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Review: Red Hat (RHEL) Linux 4.0

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Big performance improvements and inproved security to boot...
The increased speed comes by way of the new Linux 2.6.9 kernel. RHEL 4.0 posted numbers in our web transactional test that showed a 23 per cent hike over the numbers posted by RHEL 3.0 on identical hardware (See graphic, Red Hat is red hot).

The increase in security comes by way of an optional Security Enhanced Linux (SELinux) kernel modification.
 read more | score:6405 | -Ray, April 5, 2005
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