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Spacewalk 2.0 and 5 years later

Posted on: 19/07/2013

Spacewalk 2.0 Systems Management

A big thank you to the Spacewalk team on this 5th anniversary for making my life (and many more) easy by engineering such a wonderful product and freeing it from the Oracle back-end. This release added Fedora 19 support, basic auditing for things like user and system creation/deletion, and the ability to use an externally managed PostgreSQL database. This release also includes further enhanced ABRT integration, more SCAP improvements, the ability to use Inter-Satellite Sync to transfer org and channel trust information as well as maintain the org ownership and visibility of custom channels, and faster rendering of the pages thanks to CSS3. New API methods were provided and several existing API methods were updated to fix bugs or add functionality. You can read the full announcement @


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