Linux Gets a Stocking Stuffer from Oracle

December 24, 2008

[From Oracle Journal]

Oracle threw some data integrity protection code over the wall and it's been accepted into the 2.6.27 Linux kernel.

It reportedly lets the Linux kernel utilize key data protection information for the first time in its life.

The article continues at http://oracle.sys-con.com/node/768151

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