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Do I get charched for upgrade RHEL5 to 6

Posted on 2011-02-23
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Hi all,

We currently have RHEL5.6 and pay annual fee for support and update.  If in future a new version of redhat came up example RHEL6, do I have to pay extra fee to upgrade or I can upgrade right away?
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You can use/download/install whatever version of RHEL you have a subscription for.

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I didn't get what you meant, could you explain that a bit.
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No, If you are paying a Yearly fee, all other upgrades or downloads will be inclusive of the anual fee.. Thus, you shouldn't have to pay any extra fee's.
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If you have a current RHEL subscription, then you can install/run/upgrade to the newest version whenever you want.
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thank you
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