RHEL 7.1 officially released.

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Today, Red Hat announces the official release of RHEL 7.1. To know more about this new version you can read a summary of the RHEL 7.1 changes or the RHEL 7.1 Release Notes.

In addition, Red Hat is also releasing its RHEL 7 Atomic Host, an operating system optimized for running the next generation of applications with Linux containers.

Finally, for the RHCE certification candidate it’s an interesting day: Red Hat today delivers a bunch of software updates. One of them fixes some embarassing bugs preventing Samba+Kerberos configurations from working. Hopefully, these updates will be available soon in CentOS 7.

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RHCSA7: Task of the day

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Create an EXT4 file system mounted by UUID in /etc/fstab under /vol based on a logical volume of 28 logical extents.

RHCE7: Task of the day

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Set up an iScsi target based on a block backstore of 100MB called lv_iscsi with basic authentication, ext4 filesystem and standard firewall configuration.

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