Oracle Linux Enterprise 6.1 (x86/x64)

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    Oracle Linux Enterprise 6.1 (x86/x64) Oracle Linux Enterprise 6.1 (x86/x64) [​IMG] Oracle Linux Enterprise 6.1 (x86/x64) | 3.3 GB [​IMG]
      OracleEnterprise Linux - Oracle Corporation initiative to create its own OSdistribution based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux. This specializeddistribution designed for installation on the database server. Thedistribution includes all critical to the Oracle database updates,fixes some bugs. The purpose of Oracle announced support for thecheaper end users licensed under the GNU / GPL in the assembly for thex86 and x86_64.  As part of Oracle Linux 6.1 comes with twooptions packages Linux-kernel 2.6.32: a classic version of the companyRed Hat (kernel-2.6.32-131.0.15.el6) and created by the Oracle kernelpackage (kernel-uek-2.6. 32-100.34.1.el6uek), available only for theplatform x86_64. By default, the basic package includes two cores, butprepared in the Oracle kernel package is loaded by default. Ready-corebinaries from the Oracle-compatible c RHEL 4 and 5, distributions andsrc.rpm-packs are on the site, there can alsodownload and others present in the distribution packages. Oracle doesnot impose any restrictions on the supply of trained in the Oraclekernel to third-party products.  Distribution of the differencesbetween Oracle Linux 6.1 on RHEL 6.1 update notes and drivers to addsupport for Infiniband-adapters QLogic IB. In the assembly,Linux-kernel from Oracle improved balancing IRQ, reduced the number ofcompeting locks, used to optimize I / O performance.  For generaldifferences between Oracle Linux 6.x series of RHEL 6.x can be foundhere. Among the key features of the Oracle Linux 6 (many of thesefeatures, despite the statement by Oracle, are present in RHEL 6):support for remote method of direct memory access OFED (OpenFabricsEnterprise Distribution); support clustered file system OCFS2 1.6;integration framework to ensure data integrity DIF / DIX (Linux dataintegrity framework); support tickless-mode core, support groups,monitor the implementation of tasks (Task Control Groups - TCG orcgroups); use subsystem Performance Counters; automatic adaptive tuningof SSD-drives, the ability to bind the input handler / O to specificprocessor cores (IO affinity); transparent load-balancing technology toprocess incoming network traffic on the existing system CPU; supportsystem call fallocate   
    if you do not want to wait that long I suggest you use 30-day package. work your use will become easier. [​IMG] thank you very much!
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