Red Hat Delivers RHEL 6.3 Beta

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  1. Darwin

    Darwin New Member

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    Red Hat released the first beta for Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 6.3 last week, providing a long list of updates and new features for enterprise Linux users.


    Virtualization is the biggest winner in the RHEL 6.3 update. The new Virt-P2V tool lets users create virtual KVM images of physical RHEL systems. This is a much needed tool to help workload mobility and more specifically the use of KVM.

    From a virtual security perspective, the RHEL 6.3 update provides compliance with PCI-DSS, by enabling virtual machine disks to be securely wiped.

    Here: http://www.linuxplanet.com/opinions/red-hat-delivers-rhel-6.3-beta.html
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    Has anyone tried the new release yet?
    How is it working?
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    I couldn't get the update to move, I am trying it again this weekend on that particular machine. My friend has managed to get the release to navigate and says it is much more conforming, however I will not know until later this week myself unless I go round to his and check it out. The reviews are looking good though.

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