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Tuesday, 19 June 2007 11:13

Suse 10 gets service pack

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Virtualisation improvements


Novell released its first service pack (SP1) for SUSE Linux Enterprise 10.

According to a press release, the service pack has enhancements in virtualisation, security, interoperability and system management.

Jan Aril Sigvartsen, CEO of hosting provider WebDeal said that the new SP1 pack would allow partners to develop better software for customers
running different platforms.

It is now possible to run the same distribution on all our different architectures, he said. Virtualisation lets companies easily run more
than one operating system on the same hardware and move this virtual system around in our data center without downtime.

SP1 contains support for new processor technologies, including Quad-Core Intel Xeon and Quad-Core AMD Opteron processors. It also has enhanced
security features, audit subsystem enrichment and support for Novell Open Enterprise Server 2.

More here.

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