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CentOS 5.4 Released!

October 23rd, 2009 No comments

CentOS 5.4 has been released! Woo yeah, its been a while since RHEL 5.4 has been out but checkout the release notes for a list of changes.

Download mirrors are being updated but if your local, here are a couple of Australian Mirrors.

CentOS 5.4 x86

CentOS 5.4 x64

I just did a inplace 5.3->5.4 upgrade with a yum update. With a localised mirror, blindingly fast too!

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Redhat 5.4 released, CentOS 5.4 is coming soon!

September 3rd, 2009 No comments

If you haven’t heard already, Redhat has released the eagerly anticipated 5.4 release of Redhat Enterprise Linux at their Redhat Summit in Chicago. As expected, Redhat looks to have moved from using Xen as their favoured virtualisation hypervisor to using KVM (which is an integral part of the Linux Kernel). All this will eventually go into RHEV.

All the changes in this release are documented in the  Release Notes, unfortunately Ext4 is still not considered usable in this release (they’re targetting for RHEL6 possibly).

So what of the RHEL clone CentOS? Possibly a 2-4 week delay it seems. WOO! In the meantime, upgrading from 5.3 is easy peasy.

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