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Oracle contributes to enterprise Linux

By   |  August 13, 2007

Oracle last week announced new projects and code contributions designed to add to the enterprise capabilities of [1]Linux[/1] and to help ensure Linux success within the enterprises market.

Oracle has spearheaded enhancements including:

  • development of a new file system designed for better scalility and simplified management for large storage configurations. An alpha release of the Btrfs file system is available under the GPL license at:
  • porting the Yet another Setup Tool (YaST) to Oracle Enterprise Linux and Red Hat Enterprise Linux
  • open sourcing tools to streamline testing and collaborating on an interface for comprehensive data integrity
  • developing a new asynchronous I/O interface

For more information about Oracle’s development and contributions to Linux and open source, visit

Oracle last week also announced six new configurations, now available on Oracle Enterprise Linux, as part of the Oracle Validated Configurations program. Providing proven architectures that include software, hardware, storage, drivers and networking components; tested in real-world environments, Oracle Validated Configurations help Linux customers to achieve standardisation, scalability and reliability while lowering infrastructure costs.

Begun in June 2006, the program was established to enable customers to simplify deployment and reduce the need for expensive testing of Linux solutions. Oracle has so far published more than 30 configurations, all of which have pre-tested architectures with documented best practices for deployment.

The latest Oracle Validated Configurations comprise configurations with Compellent, Dell, Egenera, EMC, HP, Pillar Data and Unisys. The configurations are available at:



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