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Installing RGtk2 on Red Hat Enterprise Linux

So after my nice secure installation of R in my environment, I found that my users couldn’t even accomplish the simple (and fundamental) task of installing the RGtk2 package.  610 more words

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Containerizing Databases with Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Because more and more enterprises are considering containerization as a new application deployment model, Red Hat hopes to make the adoption of container technology as smooth as possible for our customers. 378 more words

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 GCC Optimizations - partial inlining indepth

In this prior post we mentioned several new optimization improvements in GCC for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7. It’s time to dig a little deeper. In this post we will focus on partial inlining/function outlining which are part of the Inter-Procedural Analysis (IPA) framework. 492 more words

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Comparing ABIs for Compatibility with libabigail - Part 2

In the first article of this series of two, we ran abidiff to compare the ABIs of the libstdc++.so shared libraries from RHEL 6.5 and RHEL 7.  1,514 more words

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nginx 1.4 on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7

In this post I’m going to talk about using the nginx web server on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.  nginx 1.4 was added as a “Tech Preview” in the v1.1 release of Red Hat Software Collections. 560 more words

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Beyond Microbenchmarks: breakthrough container performance with Tesla efficiency

Back story

As virtualization was beginning it’s march to prominence, we saw a phased approach to adoption.  This is common with any sort of game changing technology….let’s take electric cars as an example.   671 more words

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Intelⓡ Threading Building Blocks in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7

That the “free lunch is over” may have become something of a cliche in the IT industry, but the fact is that lately, the increase in cycles per second has been mostly realized by adding more processing units rather than by other techniques. 1,238 more words

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