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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.3 Gets Virtual
Written by Daniel   
Friday, 23 January 2009 12:01
The new release is capable of implementing virtual machines on the largest x86 instruction set servers, including those with 126 CPUs and a terabyte of main memory.

By Charles Babcock
January 23, 2009 12:30 PM

Linux can support larger virtual machines in the recent 5.3 release of Red Hat (NYSE: RHT) Enterprise Linux and has gained the latest Java open source technology in place of Sun's proprietary Java SDK.

Red Hat launched 5.3 Tuesday, eight months after its release of 5.2. "It's usually about six month between releases. This time, we took a little longer" and added major enterprise computing features, said Daniel Riek, RHEL 5.3's manager of product management. [Comments...]

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