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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 and Xen

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It's no secret that Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 has Xen built in. But what some users might not understand is just how much of an impact paravirtualization will have on Linux in the data center.
All you need to know, he said, is that RHEL4 was a solid operating system and RHEL5 is going to knock people's socks off. And it's all going to revolve around Xen.
 read more | score:3848 | -janewalker6847, January 23, 2007
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