Enterprise Linux Log

Apr 30 2007   12:41PM GMT

Enterprise Linux recap, week of April 23



Posted by: ITKE
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The buzz from March’s Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 announcement has seeped into the end of April, it would seem, as this week’s recap is all about RHEL 5:

Oracle Linux gets backing from EMC, others
It was another small step forward for Oracle Enterprise Linux this week as a handful of ISVs pledged support, but it’s still a long road ahead for the Red Hat clone.

Open source monitoring shines light on firm’s servers
A successful Nagios deployment from a previous job led one IT administrator to continue the open source trend at his new data center with Solaris and Linux machines.

BakBone backs up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5
BakBone is expanding its Linux-based data protection portfolio to include the recently released Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.

PostgreSQL or MySQL: Which is faster?
TIP – There isn’t always a clear-cut answer in the race between dueling databases, PostgreSQL and MySQL, says an expert. Find out his thoughts and how the two compare.

Red Hat author dishes on RHEL 5
Author Tammy Fox has been working with Red Hat Linux for nearly a decade. In this exclusive interview, she lays out important tips for IT managers looking to test or deploy RHEL 5.

I sense an SELinux-related series of articles in SearchEnterpriseLinux.com’s future, but that’s only because I’m writing them right now.

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