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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Beta 2 refresh is now available

The Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Beta 2 refresh is now available for
download.

This milestone updates the functionality delivered in Beta 2 last
month by providing updated packages and associated media kits
containing fixes to issues reported by our partners, Beta and
upstream community members and internal Red Hat testing.

Our intent in providing an update is to ensure that users are
testing with the most current packages and are validating issues
that have been fixed since prior builds.

Kernel and user-space components have undergone some updates since
the last Beta milestone was released last month.

Kernel         The kernel includes many updates to address
               improvements in networking, virtualization,
               file-system, storage and security. Includes fixes
               for Transparent Huge Pages usage when running on
               Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5, and backported KVM
               fixes in vhost-net, virtio ballon driver to address
               memory leak and incorrect ioctl return values. Many
               updates to networking and storage drivers and fixes
               to address performance issues.            

User-space improvements include:

Documentation   man page updates for a significant portion of
                updated packages.

Installer       Better handling of error conditions, improvements
                to IPv6 configuration and general networking
                improvements; Support for multiple iSCSI disks and
                the ability to boot from LVM snapshot root volume
                is now available in dracut.

Networking      NetworkManager includes many improvements for
                wireless networking and fixes to many error
                conditions that impacted stability.

Clustering      Cluster schema additions made along with
                improvements to the quorum calculation algorithm.
                corosync has undergone heavy updates to address
                stability. Many user interface improvements and
                fixes made to luci for better usability.

Storage         lvm2 updates include the ability to remove volume
                groups with missing physical volumes (vgremove);
                changes to the startup script; changes to clvmd.

Error
reporting       Updates to the ABRT UI and better support for
                plugins; many internal improvements to report.

Security        kerberos support improvments (krb5); connectivity
                improvements in SSSD; kernel keyring working as
                expected (also SSSD); SELinux updates; better
                handling of client certificates (certmonger); many
                fixes to openswan.

Compiler/
debugger        Numerous performance updates in gcc; improvements
                in gdb for supporting typedefs in classes;
                stability improvements.

Virtualization  Virt-Manager updates include ability to re-connect
                to serial console after reboot; Better support for
                NUMA; Fixed pool building for LVM/disk pools;
                fixes in device assignment; live migration
                improvements; ability to handle 16-bit color depth
                in spice; libvirt improvements include better
                configuration of storage and guests.

Printing        Improved lookup logic in cups; SNMP integration
                improvements.

Desktop         Many updates to X and dependencies; Ability to
                save GNOME sessions; better bluetooth support;
                support for media repositories; OpenOffice
                improvements; better support for UTF8 and general
                stability in Evolution client.

Please note that this list is intended to highlight the scope of
changes since Beta 2.  Please refer to the changelog for details
on all changes since Beta 2.

Packages and installable images (ISOs) are available via Red Hat
Network (RHN) for active subscribers.  In addition to RHN, this
refresh is also available via FTP (details below).

Current Beta users are strongly encouraged to do a fresh
installation to help validate newer functionality that has been
incorporated into the installer since the earlier Beta.

Please note that this is still early access software and is not
for use in production environments.  The Beta packages and
installation images are intended for testing purposes only.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 is still in active development, and the
contents of the media kit and the implemented features are subject
to change.  The release is not formally supported and it will not
be possible to upgrade from the Beta to the final production
version.  Due to the incorporation of debugging features, this
Beta cannot be used for performance benchmarking and platform
certification.

To learn more about this release or to download the installation
kits, please visit the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Beta portal at:

    http://www.redhat.com/rhel/beta

The portal also provides details on how to report issues and
feedback to Red Hat.

Please be sure to periodically check the Red Hat blog for
articles on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6. The blog can be accessed
at:

    http://press.redhat.com/

If you'd like to stay current with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6
updates, we encourage you to subscribe to the following mailing
lists:

1.  Mailing list that provides general announcements related to
    Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.
    https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/rhelv6-announce

2.  Mailing list to serve as a discussion list for Red Hat
    Enterprise Linux 6 beta(s).
    https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/rhelv6-beta-list

Thank you for your continued support of Red Hat and your interest
in the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Beta.  Your participation is
critical in ensuring that we deliver a high-quality release.

Sincerely,

The Red Hat Enterprise Linux Team
herbert.van.den.bergh | 30 Jun 16:35 2010
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Auto Reply: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Beta 2 now available

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Beta 2 now available

The Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Beta 2 release is now available for
download.  Beta 2 includes an updated installer, new technologies
and resolutions to many issues that were reported earlier in the
Beta cycle.

The breadth of testing and quality of feedback that we are
receiving has been impressive and we are grateful to our user
community and our development partners for helping us create a
solid enterprise-ready operating system capable of scaling to
today's demanding workloads.

Beta 2 has been restructured into two parts:

    a. Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server 6 Beta
       i.   Clustered Storage
       ii.  Large File System
       iii. High Availability
       iv.  Load Balance

    b. Red Hat Enterprise Linux Workstation 6 Beta
       i.   Large File System

This refresh consists of an updated installer, an updated kernel
and numerous application updates since the last Beta.  Packages
and installable images (ISOs) are available via Red Hat Network
(RHN) for active subscribers.  In addition to RHN, this refresh
is also available via FTP (details below).

Current Beta users are strongly encouraged to do a fresh
installation to help validate newer functionality that has been
incorporated into the installer since the earlier Beta.

Red Hat plans to provide an additional refresh in the next
several weeks to allow for testing and validation of the most
up-to-date packages.

Please note that this is still early access software and is not
for use in production environments.  The Beta packages and
installation images are intended for testing purposes only.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 is still in active development, and
the contents of the media kit and the implemented features are
subject to change.  The release is not formally supported and
it will not be possible to upgrade from the Beta to the final
production version.  Due to the incorporation of debugging
features, this Beta cannot be used for performance benchmarking
and platform certification.

To learn more about this release or to download the
installation kits, please visit the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6
Beta portal at:

    http://www.redhat.com/rhel/beta

The portal also provides details on how to report issues and
feedback to Red Hat.

Please be sure to periodically check the Red Hat blog for
articles on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6. The blog can be
accessed at:

    http://press.redhat.com/

If you'd like to stay current with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6
updates, we encourage you to subscribe to the following mailing
lists:

1.  Mailing list that provides general announcements related to
    Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.

    https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/rhelv6-announce

2.  Mailing list to serve as a discussion list for Red Hat
    Enterprise Linux 6 beta(s).

    https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/rhelv6-beta-list

Thank you for your continued support of Red Hat and your
interest in the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Beta.  Your
participation is critical in ensuring that we deliver a
high-quality release.

Sincerely,

The Red Hat Enterprise Linux Team
Grant Williamson | 23 Apr 16:01 2010
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EL6 Beta livedvd - no root device found

Has anyone tried to create a livedvd already.
I seem to be hitting the "no root device found, boot has failed, 
sleeping forever" problem.
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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Beta now available

Red Hat is pleased to announce the Beta availability of the next generation
of the Red Hat Enterprise Linux product family.  Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6
brings together ground-breaking improvements across many subsystems and a
significant update to the kernel to deliver the overall Red Hat open source
experience.  Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Beta is available today for
download by customers, partners and members of the public.  We value wide
participation and invite you to install, test and provide feedback on the
Beta to help us ensure that the final release delivers a best-in-class
solution.

Our currently supported release, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5, continues to
be the cornerstone of Red Hat's subscription-based software product
portfolio.  It will continue to be supported by Red Hat and its ISV and OEM
partners until 2014.

Featuring fully updated core technology, from the kernel to the application
infrastructure to the development toolchain, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6
Beta includes many features and enhancements to the following areas:

 * Virtualization          * Security
 * Power management        * Storage
 * Resource management     * Reliability, Availability and Serviceability
 * File systems            * Scalability
 * Compiler and tools      * Desktop
 * Installer               * New hardware enablement

Please note that this early access software should not be deployed in
production environments.  The Beta packages and installation images are
intended for testing purposes only.  Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Beta is
still in active development, and the contents of the media kit and the
implemented features are subject to change.  The Beta is not formally
supported and it will not be possible to upgrade from the Beta to the
final production version.  Due to the incorporation of debugging features,
performance tests based on the Beta will not provide results that are
representative of the final product.

To learn more about this release or to download the installation kits,
please visit the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Beta portal at:

   http://www.redhat.com/rhel/beta

The portal also provides detail on how to report issues and feedback to
Red Hat.

Please be sure to periodically check the Red Hat blog for articles on
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.  The blog can be accessed at:

   http://press.redhat.com/

If you'd like to stay current with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 updates, we
encourage you to subscribe to the following mailing lists:

1.  Mailing list that provides general announcements related to Red Hat
    Enterprise Linux 6.

   https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/rhelv6-announce

2.  Mailing list to serve as a discussion list for Red Hat Enterprise
    Linux 6 beta(s).

   https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/rhelv6-beta-list

Thank you for your continued support of Red Hat and your interest in the
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Beta.  Your participation is critical in
ensuring that we deliver a high-quality release that supports your
enterprise environments.

Sincerely,

The Red Hat Enterprise Linux Team
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I will respond to your message when I return. Julian Rouse may be able to
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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.5 GA Announcement

Red Hat is pleased to announce the availability of the
latest update to Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5, release 5.5
(with kernel-2.6.18-194.el5) for a family of products
including:

  - Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Advanced Platform for x86,
    AMD64/Intel(r) 64, Itanium Processor Family, Power
    Systems and System z
  - Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Server for x86,
    AMD64/Intel(r) 64, Itanium Processor Family, Power
    Systems and System z
  - Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Desktop for x86 and
    AMD64/Intel(r) 64

Enhancements
------------

The Release Notes are available on the media as well as
online as part of the general documentation.  The online
version of the Release Notes will contain the latest data.
The Technical Notes are only available online.  Please
see the Documentation section in this announcement for
locating the online Release Notes and Technical Notes.

The following list summarizes improvements to this
release:

* Hardware
   - Boxboro-EX, Boxboro-MC, Magny-Cours and Power7
     platform support

* System
   - OpenOffice and Samba updates for interoperability

* Virtualization
   - libvirt enhancement for greater than 256 guests

Additional Information
----------------------

Additional information is provided below on Accessing the
Software, Documentation, Support, and Mailing Lists.

Enjoy the latest update to Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.

The Red Hat Enterprise Linux Team

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Accessing the Software
----------------------

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.5 is available to existing
Red Hat Enterprise Linux subscribers via RHN.  The update
will be in the appropriate channels in your account.
Installable binary and source ISO images are available
via Red Hat Network at:

   https://rhn.redhat.com/network/software/download_isos_full.pxt

You will be required to log in using a valid RHN account
with active entitlements.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 errata are available at:

   https://rhn.redhat.com/

Documentation
-------------

Release Notes and Technical Notes for this update are
available on the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 site at:

   http://www.redhat.com/docs/manuals/enterprise/

The Release Notes are also on your Red Hat Enterprise
Linux 5 installed system in the redhat-release-notes
package.

Support
-------

Red Hat Enterprise Linux customers using the Technical
Account Manager (TAM) Service should raise all issues and
questions with this release using your current Issue
Tracker account.  If you're interested in the Technical
Account Manager Service, visit:

   https://www.redhat.com/support/offerings/technical.html

All other customers can raise questions and issues through
the normal Red Hat support channels.  Details can be found
at:

   https://www.redhat.com/support/process/

Mailing Lists
-------------

Red Hat has a public mailing list for communication during
this and all future Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 programs.

* rhelv5-announce redhat com

   A low-volume, moderated, announcement-only mailing list.
   Red Hat will use this list to communicate one-way
   information about Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 programs,
   such as notifications when releases are available or
   solicitations for feedback.  Subscribe at:

   https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/rhelv5-announce

* rhelv5-list redhat com

   A public general discussion mailing list for users of
   Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 releases.  Subscribe at:

   https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/rhelv5-list
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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.5 Beta Announcement

Red Hat is pleased to announce the availability of the
*beta* release of 5.5 (kernel-2.6.18-186.el5) for the Red Hat
Enterprise Linux 5 family of products including:

  - Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Advanced Platform for x86,
    AMD64/Intel(r) 64, Itanium Processor Family, Power
    Systems
  - Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Server for x86,
    AMD64/Intel(r) 64, Itanium Processor Family, Power
    Systems and System z
  - Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Desktop for x86 and
    AMD64/Intel(r)

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.5 is in development and therefore the
contents of the beta media kit, the implemented features, and the
supported configurations are subject to change before the release
of the final product.  The supplied beta packages and CD and DVD
images are intended for testing purposes only.  Remember that
this early access software is not supported and is not intended
for production environments.  Benchmark and performance results
cannot be published based on this beta release without explicit
approval from Red Hat.

While anaconda's "upgrade" option will perform an upgrade from
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4.8 or 5.4 to Red Hat Enterprise Linux
5.5 beta, there is no guarantee that the upgrade will preserve
all of a system's settings, services, and custom configurations.
For this reason, Red Hat recommends that you perform a fresh
installation rather than an upgrade.  Upgrading from beta
release to the GA product is not supported.

The beta testing period is scheduled to continue through
March 16, 2010.

Table of Contents
-----------------

  Documentation
  Installation Information
  Defect Reporting
  Mailing Lists

Documentation
-------------

The latest Release Notes for this beta are available on the Red Hat
Enterprise Linux 5 site at:

http://www.redhat.com/docs/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/5.5.b1/html/Release_Notes/

The latest Technical Notes for this beta, including known issues,
are available on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 site:

http://www.redhat.com/docs/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/5.5.b1/html/Technical_Notes/

Other documentation for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 are available at:

http://www.redhat.com/docs/manuals/enterprise/

The Release Notes are also on your Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5
installed system in the redhat-release-notes package.

Installing the Software / Installation Numbers
----------------------------------------------

The ISO images contain the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.5 core
and optional components.  Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.5 requires
users to enter an Installation Number that guides the Installer
to include the correct components.  In the GA release, the
Installation Number will be associated with your subscription
entitlement.  If you plan to install multiple systems using a
kickstart file, you can embed an Installation Number in that
kickstart file.

If an Installation Number is not entered, a core Server or
Desktop will be installed by default.  Additional functionality
can be added manually or via RHN at a later time.

The following installation numbers should be used for the Red Hat
Enterprise Linux 5.5 beta release:

Server:

* Red Hat Enterprise Linux (Server including virtualization):
2515-dd4e-2152-25dd

+ Red Hat Enterprise Linux Advanced Platform:
49af-8941-4d14-7589

Client:

* Red Hat Enterprise Linux Desktop:
6602-66e2-6741-9c67

+ Red Hat Enterprise Linux Desktop + Workstation Option:
da31-22af-db7e-dd23

+ Red Hat Enterprise Linux Desktop + Workstation + Multi OS
Option (Virtualization):
7fcc-4355-7e9b-bc42

+ Red Hat Enterprise Linux Desktop + Multi OS Option
(Virtualization):
fed6-7649-ff91-8c77

Defect Reporting
-------------

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5, release 5.5 Beta testers who have assigned
Technical Account Managers (TAMs) should report all bugs with
this beta release using your current Issue Tracker account.

All other beta users should report bugs using Red Hat's
Bugzilla.  To report and query for bugs in this Beta release,
you need a Bugzilla account with access to the "Red Hat
Enterprise Linux 5" product.

To report a bug via Bugzilla:

1. Login to the Bugzilla home page at http://bugzilla.redhat.com.
  If you don't have an existing account, simply create one by
  going to this page:

https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/createaccount.cgi

2. On the Bugzilla home page, choose the "New" tab.  Proceed to
  Step 3, "Choosing Your Product" by clicking that button at
  the bottom of the page.

3. Choose Product "Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5".

4. Choose Version "5.5".

5. Choose the component against which you wish to report a
  problem, such as kernel, glibc, etc.  If you do not know the
  component or want to file a bug against the general product,
  choose "distribution" as the component.

6. Choose the platform, such as: "All", "x86_64", etc.

7. Provide the information about the problem you're reporting
  by entering information in the appropriate fields.  In the
  Summary field, provide a clear and descriptive abstract of
  the issue.  In the Description field, state clearly that you
  are using a *Beta* package and provide the full package
  versions of any components you are experiencing problems
  with (as packages may be updated).

8. Check to make sure that all information is accurate and
  click the "Commit" button to submit your problem report.

Mailing Lists
-------------

Red Hat has a public mailing list for communication during
this and all future Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 beta programs.

* rhelv5-announce redhat com

  A low-volume, moderated, announcement-only mailing list.
  Red Hat will use this list to communicate one-way
  information about Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 beta programs,
  such as notifications when releases are available or
  solicitations for beta feedback.  Subscribe at:

    https://listman.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/rhelv5-announce

* rhelv5-beta-list redhat com

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  of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 releases.  Subscribe at:

    https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/rhelv5-beta-list
Asrat Limenh | 30 Nov 04:00 2009
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I am out of the office until 12/07/2009.

I am leaving for a vacation. For emergency case please, contact  Mr. Rob
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Note: This is an automated response to your message  "[rhelv5-beta-list]
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Nikola Pajkovsky | 25 Nov 16:51 2009
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less package

Hello folks,

     I'm wondering why I did not get ack for less package. It does not 
work at all in rhel. Last patch brought regression.

See:
https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=509553

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