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    Hi,

       So far, Fedora Core 2 is the stable one

       However, for Oracle, I recommand use RHEL 3.0 instead of Fedora, even though Fedora is the development stage for RHEL.
    Oracle will not support Fedora since it is not fully suport version as RHEL. If you consider about the budget,
    then you can use RHEL ES or WS for cheaper cost. Besides, you have RHEL AS 3.0 already. Why not use RHEL for another clone test machine?

       For the testing machine, IMHO, use RedHat distro since you have RHEL AS 3.0 already. Switch to other
    distro will have a lot of issues especially that you want to make it close to the production one.

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