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Deployment Guide

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5

Deployment, configuration and administration of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5

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Zusammenfassung

The Deployment Guide documents relevant information reegarding the deployment, configuration and administration of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.

Einführung

Willkommen beim Red Hat Enterprise Linux Deployment-Handbuch.
Das Red Hat Enterprise Linux Deployment-Handbuch beinhaltet Informationen zur Anpassung Ihres Systems, damit dies Ihren Anforderungen entspricht. Wenn Sie ein umfangreiches, aufgabenorientiertes Handbuch zur Konfiguration und Anpassung Ihres Systems suchen, ist dieses Handbuch genau das Richtige für Sie.
Dieses Handbuch setzt ein grundlegendes Verständnis Ihres Red Hat Enterprise Linux Systems voraus. Falls Sie Hilfe bei der Installation von Red Hat Enterprise Linux benötigen, werfen Sie einen Blick auf das Red Hat Enterprise Linux Installationshandbuch.

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Anhang A. Revision History

Versionsgeschichte
Version 6-15.4002013-10-31Rüdiger Landmann
Rebuild with publican 4.0.0
Version 6-152012-07-18Anthony Towns
Rebuild for Publican 3.0
Version 8-0Thu July 30 2010Douglas Silas
Resolve BZ#239313: document oom_adj and oom_score.
Resolve BZ#526502: correct quotaon instructions with proper, safe operating procedures.
Resolve BZ#551367: correct SELinux dhcpd_disable_trans description.
Resolve BZ#521215: clarify NFS interaction with portmapper, rpc.mountd, rpc.lockd and rpc.statd.
Resolve BZ#453875: various OpenSSH chapter corrections.
Resolve BZ#455162: correct zone example configuration file, description.
Resolve BZ#460767: make it a proper daemon.
Resolve BZ#600702: correct directories used for SSL key generation.
Version 7-0Wed Sep 30 2009Douglas Silas, Jarek Hradilek, Martin Prpic
Change heading titles to correspond with actual headings used in 'man rpm'.
Resolve BZ#499053: /usr/sbin/racoon is correct install path.
Remove any mention of 'pkgpolicy' in /etc/yum.conf as per BZ#237773.
Resolve BZ#455162: correct example zone file with regard to records, description.
Resolve BZ#510851: /proc/cmdline has confusing descriptions of sample output.
Resolve BZ#510847: page with multiple footnotes formatted incorrectly in online PDF.
Resolve BZ#214326: more detailed usage info concerning vsftpd banners and secueerity.
Resolve BZ#241314: formatting problems in screen elements.
Resolve BZ#466239: postfix connect-from-remote-host configuration fix.
Version 7-0Mon Sep 14 2009Douglas Silas
Resolve BZ#214326: Server Security FTP Banner instructions: questions re: vsftpd.conf.
Resolve BZ#466239: insert line into Postfix config file to allow connecting remotely.
Resolve BZ#499053: path for racoon daemon is /usr/sbin/racoon, not /sbin/racoon.
Resolve BZ#510847: missing footnotes in PDF output.
Resolve BZ#510851: rewrite /proc/cmdline minor section to make more sense.
Resolve BZ#515613: correct location of RHEL5 GPG keys and key details.
Resolve BZ#523070: various minor fixes; --redhatprovides to rpm -q --whatprovides.
Version 6-0Wed Sep 02 2009Douglas Silas
Resolve BZ#492539: "This directive is useful..." to "This directive must be used in machines containing more than one NIC to ensure...".
Resolve BZ#241314: re: kernel-pae and hugemem support on RHEL 4 and 5.
Resolve BZ#453071: incorrect tag use led to config files and other screen elements being displayed on single lines.
Resolve BZ#507987: clarify and correct statements about partitions being in use while resizing or removing.
Resolve BZ#462550: recommended amount of swap space, according to http://kbase.redhat.com/faq/docs/DOC-15252.
Resolve BZ#466239: line omitted from Postfix configuration meant connecting remotely failed
Resolving other MODIFIED BZs (fixed previously): 468483, 480324, 481246, 481247, 438823, 454841, 485187, 429989, 452065, 453466.
Version 5-0Wed Jan 28 2009Michael Hideo Smith
Resolves: #460981
Changing 64GB *tested* support to support for 16GB.

Kapitel 1. Colophon

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Garrett LeSage created the admonition graphics (note, tip, important, caution, and warning). They may be freely redistributed with the Red Hat documentation.
Contributing Writers: John Ha (System Administration, Filesystems, Kernel), Joshua Wulf (Installation and Booting), Brian Cleary (Virtualization), David O'Brien (Security and SELinux), Michael Hideo (System Administration), Don Domingo (System Administration), Michael Behm (System Administration), Paul Kennedy (Storage), Melissa Goldin (Red Hat Network)
Honoring those who have gone before: Sandra Moore, Edward C. Bailey, Karsten Wade, Mark Johnson, Andrius Benokraitis, Lucy Ringland
Honoring engineering efforts: Jeffrey Fearn
Technical Editing: Michael Behm
Graphic Artist: Andrew Fitzsimon
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