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CentOS Cloud SIG Quarterly Report – Blog.CentOS.org

01 September 2018 – 31 November 2018 Packaging and maintaining different FOSS based Private cloud infrastructure applications that one can install and run natively on CentOS. https://wiki.centos.org/SpecialInterestGroup/Cloud We are always looking for new members, especially representation from other cloud technologies. The SIG agreed to replace the inactive SIG Chair, Kushal Continue Reading

Software Developer Winpharma Now Enjoys a Healthy PBX System with 3CX

3CX is a PBX server in Cloud Server 3CX.Contact us to find out our latest offers! LONDON, UK, 10 NOVEMBER 2017 – 3CX, developer of the next-generation software-based Unified Communications system, is happy to announce that French pharmaceutical software developer, Winpharma, has successfully completed installation of its award-winning VoIP PBX solution across its Continue Reading

Fedora 25 Now Generally Available

RALEIGH, N.C. — November 22, 2016 — The Fedora Project, a Red Hat, Inc., sponsored and community-driven open source collaboration, today announced the general availability of Fedora 25, the newest release of the fully-open Fedora operating system. As with previous releases, Fedora 25 comprises a set of base packages that Continue Reading

EasyApache 15 November Maintenance Update

SUMMARYcPanel, Inc. has released updated RPMs for EasyApache 4 on November 15, 2016, with PHP versions 5.6.28 and 7.0.13. This release addresses vulnerabilities related to CVE-2016-8670. We strongly encourage all PHP 5.6 users to upgrade to version 5.6.28 and all PHP 7.0 users to upgrade to version 7.0.13. AFFECTED VERSIONSAll Continue Reading

GitLab Major Security Update for CVE-2016-9086

On Wednesday November 2, 2016 at 4:59pm PDT (23:59 GMT), we will publish a major GitLab security update to address CVE-2016-9086. More details will be forthcoming on our blog, including which versions of GitLab are affected. We recommend installations running affected versions to upgrade immediately. Please forward this alert to Continue Reading

The revenge of the listening sockets

Back in November we wrote a blog post about one latency spike. Today I’d like to share a continuation of that story. As it turns out, the misconfigured rmem setting wasn’t the only source of added latency. It looked like Mr Wolf hadn’t finished his job. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h4WbjwBJXw0?t=33&w=640&h=360] After adjusting Continue Reading