ComputerWorld: Red Hat plans to rev up LinuxNov 12, 1999, 18:25 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by David Orenstein)
"Research Triangle Park, N.C. based Red Hat Software Inc. yesterday announced a plan to produce a new version of Linux with the clustering and high-availability features users and analysts have said are crucial for high-end computing."
"The leading Linux distributor said it will add a journaling file system, which would beef up reliability by allowing the operating system to recover more quickly from crashes. The company said it will also add larger memory and file system capacities and support for Intel Corp.'s 64-bit processors. Such changes will have to be made public under the terms of Linux's General Public License...."
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