Release of RHEL 6 and EOL for RHEL 3
Red Hat, Inc. announced the general availability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux version 6, the latest version of their world leading server operating system. This announcement comes just a week after RHEL 3 reached its End Of Life on October 31st.
RHEL 5, which was released in 2007, brought virtualization to the RHEL line. The base package allowing you to host up to 4 guest OSes for no extra cost. RHEL 6, on the other hand will only allow 1 guest with its base package. Even though you will have to pay extra to host more than 1 guest, the cost per guest will work out to be lower. For more details about costs please visit redhat.com
EOL for RHEL 3
After serving the world faithfully for its 7 year life cycle, RHEL 3 reached its End Of Life on 31st October 2010. So new bug fix, enhancement, and security errata updates, as well as technical support services will no longer be available to servers still running RHEL 3. Most of you would already have upgraded to RHEL 5 by now, but if for some reason you unable to migrate off RHEL 3, Red Hat may offer a limited, optional extension program. For more information, contact your Red Hat sales representative or channel partner.
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