OSNews: Red Hat Enterprise Linux Advanced Server 3.0 Review
Dec 12, 2003, 10:00 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Andy Richter)
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"When I volunteered to do this review I quickly realized that I
was asked to review 'Red Hat Enterprise Linux Advanced Server' and
not just 'Red Hat Linux'. Then panic set in. How different was this
going to be from regular old Red Hat that I've used and relied on
for years? Is this going to be a whole new Red Hat with a whole
bunch of advanced features that I wouldn't be able to talk about
either because I missed them or because I'm not qualified?
"Well I realized during my first installation that this simply
was not the case. In fact throughout the entire process I felt
entirely at home with RHELAS (wow that acronym was a handful).
While there is plenty of cool stuff to talk about in this release,
I am going to limit the scope of what I'm going to talk about to
just relevant issues new to RHEL and issues relating directly to
server installations of this product (scalability performance). If
you (the reader) is already familiar with recent Red Hat releases
or Fedora, then much of this may not be news to you..."