@thwr said in Fedora Server for production use?: @stacksofplates said in Fedora Server for production use?: @thwr said in Fedora Server for production use?: Interesting: Fedora 25 starts to panic with RAM < 512MB at the beginning of the kernel init phase, even in text mode. Just had a look at the manual which clearly says that Fedora requires 1GB of RAM. Looks like I'm out of luck and have to stick to Ubuntu / Debian. Another thing to note is with RHEL/CentOS 7.3 they recommend a 1GB boot partition instead of 512MB. Just an aside. Should work as long as you keep an eye on it. Ubuntu for example likes to keep old kernel and initrd images there until you clean them up (e.g. apt autoclean etc) Ya I usually keep 3 and remove the others but I think the images are getting big enough they needed to adjust the size. If you do anew install it defaults to 1GB.