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GlusterFS Planning To Drop 32-Bit Support

The GlusterFS network attached storage file-system developed by Red Hat with a focus on cloud computing is the latest open-source project eyeing the removal of 32-bit (i686) software support.

5 August 2019 - GlusterFS Ending 32-bit - 16 Comments
The State Of EPEL-8 For Complementing RHEL8's Packages

Under the Fedora umbrella has been the "Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux" to complement the official RHEL packages with extra packages largely based on Fedora packages. While RHEL 8.0 launched in May, there hasn't been full support for EPEL-8 yet but it's being worked on.

10 July 2019 - Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 EPEL - 1 Comment
Oracle Linux 8 Beta Released - Based On RHEL 8

While next week we may see the release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.0 (RHEL8) or at least learn a release date during Red Hat Summit 2019 Boston, the Oracle folks today released their first public beta of Oracle Linux 8.

1 May 2019 - Oracle Linux 8.0 Beta - 11 Comments
Scientific Linux 6/7 Will Remain Supported But The Distribution Is Ending

For those wanting a community-supported, free version in effect of Red Hat Enterprise Linux, the two options have been CentOS with its close relation (and employment) by Red Hat or Scientific Linux that has been maintained Fermilab, CERN, and other research labs. Moving forward, however, these labs are going to be adopting CentOS 8 and they will not be developing a new version of Scientific Linux based on the upcoming RHEL8.

22 April 2019 - No Scientific Linux 8 - 27 Comments
Red Hat's Stratis Storage Project Reaches Its 1.0 Stable Milestone

Stratis has been the Red Hat play two years in development for delivering next-gen Linux storage following their decision to abandon Btrfs support. Stratis offers ZFS and Btrfs like functionality and a lot of other new capabilities while this past week marked its first stable release.

2 October 2018 - Statis 1.0 - 17 Comments

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