Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.10 improves subscription management

Version 5.10 introduces version 5.5 of the open source MySQL database, extends subscriptions management and simplifies access to Red Hat's support and knowledge portal. RHEL 5.10 also improves the security and stability of the operating system.

MySQL 5.5 brings some optimization in terms of performance, scalability and operation. To help users update, RHEL 5.10 also includes MySQL 5.1, which is required to upgrade to version 5.5 of the database.

Revised subscription management will allow users to better tailor subscriptions to actual system needs and simplify subscription management across a range of systems. In addition, searchable key-value pairs can be added to systems. So far, users had to take the path through the Red Hat customer portal.

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Red Hat Access, accessible through the support tool, provides an integrated, easy way to use Red Hat's automated diagnostic services for troubleshooting or to connect directly to Red Hat via the Linux terminal. In this way, customers should be able to quickly solve problems and analyze log files, crash dumps and error messages. There is also an updated version of the OpenSCAP free auditing tool . It checks the system security configuration settings for any patches and examines systems for threats based on standards-based rules.

Developers get access to the Red Hat Developer Toolset 2.0 with RHEL 5.10. This programming language package includes Eclipse 4.3.0, Dyninst 8.0 and Strace 4.7 and the GNU Compiler Collection (GCC) 4.8 for C, C ++ and Fortran.

Red Hat has also updated many drivers. A list of all changes can be found in the release notes . Red Hat also provides technical background information . Existing customers can update RHEL 5 online through Red Hat Network or through RHEL's built-in update tools.

The development of RHEL 5 will continue in parallel with that of RHEL 6 by the end of March 2017. Security updates for the still used by many companies old version Red Hat wants to deliver by the first quarter of 2020. RHEL 6 was released in November 2010 and is tailored to modern enterprise IT architectures - whether physical, virtual or cloud-based. Currently it is available in version 6.4.