~# yum install postgresql postgresql-contrib
Install Oracle Spacewalk
~# yum install spacewalk-postgresql
yum install spacewalk-utils spacecmd
spacecmd allows you to administer Spacewalk from the command line. You can manage activation keys, configuration channels, Kickstarts, software channels, systems, and users.
spacewalk-common-channels allows you to configure the software channels, public yum repositories, GPG keys, and activation keys for Oracle Linux from the command line.
spacewalk-hostname-rename allows you to regenerate the SSL certificate if you change the system’s host name.
spacewalk-sync-setup allows you configure a master-slave relationship between two Spacewalk servers that you want to use in an Inter-Server Synchronization (ISS) configuration.
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Proxmox VE 4.1
Released 11.12.2015: See Downloads
- based on Debian Jessie 8.2.0
- Linux kernel 4.2.6
- improved startup/shutdown behavior (systemd)
- enable NTP by default
- installer: allow up to 8 disks for ZFS
- full IPv6 support
- KVM: add qemu agent GUI option; update network boot ROMs
- New HA manager; Improved HA GUI for users with restricted permissions
- include LXC (removed OpenVZ, see Convert OpenVZ to LXC); rootfs resize to GUI; support for Fedora 22 and Debian stretch/sid, Ubuntu 15.10; supportunpriviledged containers (technology preview)
- storage: added LVM thin support (technology preview)
- added DRBD9 with drbdmanage (technology preview)
- Support for Turnkey Linux LXC appliances
- added new pvereport command
- countless bug fixes and package updates (for all details see bugtracker and GIT)
Vienna (Austria) – April 29, 2015 – Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH today is celebrating its 10th birthday. Started in 2005 as a self-funded open source startup, Proxmox has already grown into an internationally successful tech business delivering secure and easy-to-use open source software for virtualization and email server protection. The customers in 140 countries are businesses of varying sizes and industries as well as universities, NGOs and private users. Proxmox Virtual Environment, a complete open source server virtualization management solution, has become an alternative to virtualization products like VMware vSphere, Microsoft Hyper-V, Oracle VM or Citrix XenServer.
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A couple of years ago (almost to the day) Forbes coveredthe suggestion that PayPal was going to drop VMwarefrom its infrastructure in favor of OpenStack. The article actually impacted upon VMware’s VMW +0.51% share price for a time and it only surfaced later that PayPal was only making an initial foray into OpenStack. VMware breathed a sigh of relief.
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The most important feature: Proxmox VE Firewall for the cluster, the host and also for container and virtual machines. Of course, fully integrated into the GUI.
- Proxmox VE Firewall
- Html5 Console (noVNC) for Shell, Containers and Virtual Machines
- Two-factor authentication
- QEMU 2.1
- New 3.10 Kernel (based on RHEL7, for now without OpenVZ support)
- Latest stable 2.6.32 kernel
- Countless updates, including corosync and fence-agents
A big Thank-you to our active community for all feedback, testing, bug reporting and patch submissions. For complete release notes see the change logs of each package.
The IT industry discourages users from considering these distinctions. That’s what the buzzword “cloud computing” is for. This term is so nebulous that it could refer to almost any use of the Internet. It includes SaaS and it includes nearly everything else. The term only lends itself to uselessly broad statements.
The real meaning of “cloud computing” is to suggest a devil-may-care approach towards your computing. It says, “Don’t ask questions, just trust every business without hesitation. Don’t worry about who controls your computing or who holds your data. Don’t check for a hook hidden inside our service before you swallow it.” In other words, “Think like a sucker.” I prefer to avoid the term.
Unless it’s open source from Oracle, of course
Oracle has popped out a white paper that may well turn some heads, because it contains robust criticism of open source software.
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