On Thu, May 23, 2019 at 10:02 AM Jack Woehr
<jwoehr@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

If you do the basic installation from iACS you have the minimum.

After that you add what you need.

I think Justin's question is how to recognize what he needs to add.

I don't think there is a good answer to that in general. Some things
will be fairly obvious, even if you haven't used Unix/Linux or yum
before. Others are probably not going to be obvious to anyone but
experts.

For what it's worth, my understanding is that there isn't any
particular *harm* in keeping 5733-OPS on your machine. If you have
something in production that uses it, my recommendation would be to
leave it alone, at least until you have tested and confirmed the
RPM-based replacement.

John Y.

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