Red Hat Satellite

Mirror On Sync

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Satellite

Mirror on sync is a feature that is available Red Hat Satellite (since version 6.2 if I remember correctly). The idea behind it is a simple one. From the Satellite 6.3 Content Management Guide: Mirror on Sync – Ensures the content that is no longer part of the upstream repository is removed during synchronization. Leave […]

Enterprise Linux News

Stratis 1.0 now available

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If you are looking at a new Open Source Storage solution, then this may be for you. Stratis Storage has just released version 1.0! From the FAQ: Stratis automates the management of local storage. On a system with just a single disk, Stratis can make it more convenient to logically separate /home from /usr, and […]

Containers

Container Tools

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I was fortunate to attend Red Hat Summit earlier this year and managed to attend one of the sessions run by Dan Walsh of Red Hat. In the following talk he gives an overview of the evolution of containers and introduces some of the great work that the Open Container Initiative has brought us in […]

Enterprise Linux News

Introducing Red Hat Quay

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Red Hat recently announced Red Hat Quay – the enterprise-quality container registry. We’re excited to introduce Red Hat Quay, learn more: https://t.co/yOVOHXlPJx — Red Hat OpenShift (@openshift) September 21, 2018 Links: Red Hat Quay Red Hat Quay Datasheet Quay Container Registry – quay.io OpenShift Commons Gathering at Red Hat Summit 2018 Quay at Cisco Case […]

Enterprise Linux News

Support for InfoScale and Storage Foundation High Availability (SFHA) Solutions on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.10 (RHEL 6.10)

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When running Veritas Storage Foundation or Infoscale on RHEL, it is best practice to review the compatibility requirements that link the Veritas products and patches to the version of RHEL you are running.  Certainly there are growing pressures in all enterprises to apply the latest Operating System patches to the environment.  However, running a simple […]

Red Hat Satellite

Red Hat Satellite 6.3.3 and beyond

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Red Hat Satellite 6.3.3 was released last week and you can find out all about it at the official blog post Satellite blog – Satellite 6.3.3 is now available. Starting the week with a smooth upgrade to @RedHatSatellite 6.3.3. 24 bugs squashed – see what’s fixed here: https://t.co/twRpUZWQ0k pic.twitter.com/jclmHAK3xK — Unix Sys Admin (@UnixSysAdmin) August […]

HOWTO

What changed on the last kernel update?

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When working on RPM based distributions like RHEL, Centos or Fedora you will most likely be asked to review the revision history for a package. For example, over time you are likely to be applying kernel updates as part of a patching routine. Say, you install a new kernel but notice a problem – how […]

Security

L1 Terminal Fault – Foreshadow

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Speculative execution makes a return to the #security world. Learn more about the just announced #L1TerminalFault and Foreshadow vulnerabilities from #RedHat‘s @jonmasters: https://t.co/EoUPj5cvjZ pic.twitter.com/vyVhSgrHfd — Red Hat, Inc. (@RedHat) August 14, 2018 from Twitter https://twitter.com/UnixSysAdmin Patches for RHEL 6 and RHEL 7 appear to be available already (14 August) – see below for the links: […]