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New Version of MIT Kerberos

With the release of Kerberos 1.7, MIT has done much more than just fix security vulnerabilities in its open source authentication platform...
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XtraDB: InnoDB on Steroids

Percona's XtraDB is a fork of InnoDB with a ton of extra options and enhancements. Here's a look at what it can do for your busy database.
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Linux RAID Tool mdadm Updated

Developer Neil Brown has announced the release of a new version of mdadm, a tool used to create, assemble, report on and monitor Linux Software RAID arrays...
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The State of MySQL

Robust development from outside the Sun/MySQL sphere, new storage engines and the return of Monty are just some of the signs that MySQL is healthy, despite may reports to the contrary.
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Firewall Overview: Firewall Settings to Protect and Repel

You can never be too careful when connecting your computer to the outside world. The first and most important line of defense for any Linux system is the firewall. This software tool erects a barrier, hence the name firewall, at the point of entry to your computer which typically means your network connection to the Internet. In reality this could be a wired or wireless Ethernet connection or even a dial-up modem.

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