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  • Oracle Linux 7 Update 5 Released, Offering Two Kernel Options & Still Supporting Btrfs

    Phoronix: Oracle Linux 7 Update 5 Released, Offering Two Kernel Options & Still Supporting Btrfs

    Just one week after launching Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.5, Oracle has released the latest version of their RHEL7-derived Oracle Linux 7. The Oracle Linux 7 Update 5 pulls in the latest *EL7 changes while also offering their "Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel" option...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...nux-7-Update-5

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    Nobody Oracle
    Music by Roger Waters
    Lyrics by me
    -----

    I've got a linux black box with my programs in it
    Got a bash, using twofish and a login
    When I'm a good OP they sometimes throw me a like in.

    I got elastic cloud keepin' my sites on
    Got those stolen source codes
    I got thirteen panels that sit on the display to choose from
    I've got unending nights
    And I've got petabytes
    I got amazing powers of the super cow
    And that is how I know
    When I try to get through
    On the terminal to UEK
    There'll be no files in /home

    I've got directory rwx perm.
    And the inevitable enroll forms
    All down the front of my favorite satin shirt.
    I've got caffeine stains on my teeth.
    I've got a mining pool and blockchain.
    Got a grand keyboard to prop up Oracle remains.

    I've got wild staring eyes
    And I've got a strong urge to fry
    'cause I got no heatsink on the CPU
    Ooh...racle when I pick up the logs
    there's still no files in /home
    Last edited by lucrus; 04-18-2018, 03:26 AM.

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    • #3
      I would be surprised if they would abandon btrfs. because originally, btrfs developers was hired by oracle IIRC.

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      • #4
        It's actually a bit funny to read Stratis featureset now that I finally got to it. If they're not even planning to support Stratis for root, LVM will remain more useful than it for significant amount of use cases

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