centos linux

CentOS Linux version 6 has been released. It is a community-supported operating system based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) version 6. CentOS Linux is considered as the most popular Linux distribution for web servers with almost 30% of all Linux servers using it.

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Perl version supplied with RHEL has bug, which will result code running at least 100 times slower than expected speed. Now, Red Hat updated perl packages that fix a performance issue. Earlier only solution was installing your own perl under /usr/local or other location. This fix will now take care of performance penalty.

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Postfix MTA updated to fix security vulnerabilities such as incorrectly checks the ownership of a mailbox. In some configurations, this allows for appending data to arbitrary files as root. This update has been rated as having moderate security impact.

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Red Hat has shipped a new version of its dnsmasq caching software to plug source UDP port bug. This could have made DNS spoofing attacks (CVE-2008-1447) easier. Dnsmasq is lightweight ultra fast dns cache server forwarder and DHCP server. It is designed to provide DNS and, optionally, DHCP, to a small network.

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CentOS Linux 5.2 has been released and available for immediate update via yum command. You can also download DVD / ISO images.

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Explains how to setup iSCSI under CentOS / Red Hat Enterprise Linux (ES) 4 server.

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