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Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server 7.0 x86/64 DVD 16109

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server 7.0 x86/64 DVD 16109


Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server 7.0 x86/64 DVD | 3.49 GB
Red Hat has announced the release of the operating system Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7. New system lays the groundwork for the creation of open hybrid clouds.

Developed in full compliance with the requirements of todays data center the system Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 enhances the entire spectrum of corporate IT technologies - from container applications to cloud services.
As the developers Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 is a single coherent framework that will allow customers to adjust to the modern requirements and at the same time take advantage of computing innovation including - Linux containers for exchanging data through large volumes of physical systems and virtual machines cloud services that make up a single open hybrid cloud.
Changes in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7: Release is based on Fedora 19; zero-copy in network operations; Virtio-scsi - a new layer of block devices - papier-mache of block devices; adding AutoNuma / SchedNuma in scheduler to better support Numa; support multiqueue network interfaces; systemd; full support LXC; available for download with btrfs and full support pNFS; hot plugging memory to the guest systems.

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