Got a nice hint from Oracle this week that they fixed the lack of having CVE information in their yum repos. As I wrote in a previous blog post, it was disappointing that at the time of releasing OEL for the “masses” they did not have metadata available which put them on par with CentOS.… Read More »Update: Oracle Linux: A better alternative to CentOS …really?
Last week I was building up a RabbitMQ cluster with shovel from New York to Los Angeles. As we use a dual stack environment ipv4/v6, I expected that RabbitMQ would resolve the ipv6 address first as normal Linux systems do. So I begun to do my tests and realized, that it didn’t. My publisher (see… Read More »RabbitMQ ipv6 DNS names Solved