Since i've been using it, its been flawless. Its a scalable implementation, 389-console was great for providing a refined way to setup replication, SSL certs, etc. You might want to use a better front end to administer users, groups, etc. I'd recommend it for production. If you need commercial support, there's Redhat directory Server. hope this helps..
Can anybody tell me about using 389 in production environment? Is it stable? Were there many issues with it? Is there any support in case of production trouble?
Application architect, Enabil Solutions Ltd
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