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High Performance Linux News for Jul 31, 2000

  • EarthWeb: XFS: It's worth the wait (Jul 31, 2000, 23:20)
    "Currently, the XFS team is developing enhancements to the Linux page cache so XFS can be tightly integrated with the Linux kernel. ... This work can also be used to enhance other file systems to improve overall system performance, because it is being developed at a kernel level. These features will most likely be unavailable until Linux 2.5..."

  • PRNewswire: Inprise/Borland's Interbase Ships With Cobalt Networks Next Generation Server Appliance (Jul 31, 2000, 21:00)
    "InterBase 6.0, the new open source version of Inprise/Borland's high-performance, structured query language (SQL) database, enables Cobalt RaQ 4r users to quickly and easily develop and deploy business-critical, Internet-based applications."

  • BW: Bull Announces CDSA Security Software for Linux On Open Source (Jul 31, 2000, 19:39)
    "Bull has been working closely with Intel to create an Open Source package of this industry standard security framework. ... Bull was responsible for the world's first Linux implementation of CDSA in October 1999, launched as part of its TrustWay security offer."

  • LinuxPlanet: The Ultimate Install Fest: Linux on the IBM System/390 (Jul 31, 2000, 12:28)
    "To help alleviate the knowledge gap, IBM engineers and management in Germany came up with the idea of a Linux for S/390 "Install Fest" which would work almost like the local install fests that are run by LUGs around the world."