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[rhelv5-announce] Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.2 Beta Announcement

Red Hat is pleased to announce the availability of the *beta*
release of 5.2 (kernel-2.6.18-84.el5) for the Red Hat Enterprise
Linux 5 family of products including:

  - Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Advanced Platform for x86,
    AMD64/Intel(r) 64, Itanium Processor Family, S/390, System p
    and System z
  - Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Server for x86, AMD64/Intel(r) 64,
    Itanium Processor Family, S/390, System p and System z
  - Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Desktop for x86 and AMD64/Intel(r)

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.2 is in development and therefore the
contents of the beta media kit, the implemented features, and the
supported configurations are subject to change before the release
of the final product.  The supplied beta packages and CD and DVD
images are intended for testing purposes only.  Remember that
this early access software is not supported and is not intended
for production environments.  Benchmark and performance results
cannot be published based on this beta release without explicit
approval from Red Hat.

While anaconda's "upgrade" option will perform an upgrade from
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4.6, 5 or 5.1 to Red Hat Enterprise
Linux 5.2 beta, there is no guarantee that the upgrade will
preserve all of a system's settings, services, and custom
configurations.  For this reason, Red Hat recommends that you
perform a fresh installation rather than an upgrade.  Also
note that upgrading from beta release to the GA product is not

The beta testing period is scheduled to continue through
May 7, 2008.


This beta release includes the following improvements:

* Virtualization Enhancements
  + Large System Support
    - Hypercall interface for NUMA topology discovery
    - Optimized placement at guest start up
    - Support in libvirt
    - Physical CPU support increase to 64 CPU/system
    - Large Memory Support increased to 512 GB/system
    - Network interfaces in para-virtualized guests no longer
      limited to 3
  + Libvirt Enhancements
    - Remote management support
    - Manage virtual machines from single instance of virt-manager
    - Enhance virt-manager capabilities to more dynamic management
  + Additional Hardware Support
  + Xen hypervisor rebase to 3.1.2
  + CPU frequency scaling for Xen kernels for reduced power
    consumption (see the Release Notes for list of supported CPUs)
  + Performance and stability improvements

* Laptop and Desktop Enhancement
  + Suspend and Hibernate improvements
  + Re-base of the top Desktop applications
    - Evolution 2.12.3
    - Firefox 3
    - OpenOffice 2.3.0
    - Thunderbird 2.0
  + Updated graphics drivers

* Encryption and Security Enhancements
  + New kernel crypto hardware driver APIs
  + SHA-256 / SHA-512 password encryption support
  + Add RFC4303 compliant auditing support

* Improved Audit and Logging
  + Add rsyslog logging facility

* Networking and IPv6 Enablement
  + Improved IPv6 compliance
  + SNMP IPv6 MIB improvement
    - Limited support to query IPv6 values
  + IKE 2 support via OpenSwan
  + DHCPv6 client and server
  + Add memory accounting in UDP

* Cluster Improvements
  + Resource Event Scripting Language allows complex application
    failover capabilities
  + Plock performance improvement
  + SCSI 3 reservation fencing support for active/active and
    active/passive DM/MPIO (multipathing)

* Kernel Improvements
  + General Features
    - Add NFS client support for servers with 64-bit inode numbers
    - Enable config options for IPMI panic handling
    - Add HDMI support for AMD/ATI integrated chipsets
    - Update Infiniband support to OFED v1.3
    - Eliminate erroneous PCI ROM warning messages
    - Add support to offline CPU when realtime process is running
  + Architecture Specific Support
    - x86/x86_64
      - Add support of pci=norom boot parameter to disable p2p
        rom window
      - Enable pci=bfsort
      - Increase boot command line size to 2048 for x86_64
      - Add event based profiling support to AMD Greyhound system
      - Add Intel's dynamic acceleration technology
    - IA64
      - Add CMCI for hot-plugged processors
      - Remove IA64 stack hard limit of DEFAULT_USER_STACK_SIZE
      - Add zonelist order sysctl/boot option on NUMA systems
    - PPC64
      - IBM Cell Broadband Engine blade systems
        - Add oprofile support
        - Update IPMI driver
        - Support for booting with greater than 2GB memory
      - IBM Power6 blade systems
        - Enable support of FB_RADEON driver
        - Improve watchpoint support in GDB
      - Update ehea driver to latest upstream
      - Add SPURR (Scaled Processor Utilization of Resources
        Register) support
      - Improve hugepage allocation with memoryless nodes
      - Add SLB shadow buffer support
    - S390
      - Add large page support
      - Add HiperSockets MAC layer routing support and IP packet
      - Add z/VM monitor stream state 2 application support
      - Add support for z/VM DIAG 2FC for HYPFS
      - Add AF_IUCV Protocol support on BSD socket interface
      - Add dynamic CHPID reconfiguration support via SCLP
  + New Driver support or Driver Updates
    - Network Driver Updates
      - Add bnx2x driver for Broadcom 10GbE Hardware
      - Add dm9601 driver support for Davicom's ZT6688
      - Update bnx2, e1000, e1000e, tg3, forcedeth, igb, ixgb,
        cxgb3 driver
      - PCI Express-based devices moved from e1000 to e1000e
      - Add WEXT scan capabilities to wireless extensions API
      - Update mac80211/iwl4965 infrastructure
      - Update cfg80211 driver to support mac80211/iwl4965
      - Update ixgbe driver to support new Intel 10GbE hardware
      - Add r8169 driver support for Realtek 8111c and 8101e loms
      - Update bonding, netxen, ioatdma driver
    - Storage Driver Updates
      - Update iSCSI
        - Added iSNS client: isns-utils
        - Added iSCSI Boot Firmware Table (iBFT) support to boot
          iSCSI root volumes
      - Update aic94xx, arcmsr, aacraid, cciss, ibmvSCSI driver
      - Update ipr driver to add dual SAS RAID controller support
      - Update qla2xxx, lpfc Fibre Channel drivers
        - Includes support for 8 Gb/s adapters
      - Update qla3xxx, mpt-fusion, stex, megaraid_sas
      - Update firmwire for Qlogic qla25xx
      - Update SATA driver and infrastructure
      - Add SB800/SB700/SB600 SATA/LAN support
      - Add DRAC4 hotplug support
      - Add hotplug docking support for some laptops
      - Add uevent and kobject to device mapper infrastructure
        for xDR/GDPs
      - Update device mapper support
        - New support for active/passive HP MSA family
    - Miscellaneous Driver Updates
      - Add R500/R600 drm driver (X11 deccelerator driver) support
      - Add support for Realtek alc888s codec

Technology Previews

Technology Preview features are included in Red Hat Enterprise
Linux to provide the features with wide exposure with the goal
of supporting these features in a future release of Red Hat
Enterprise Linux.  Technology Preview features are not supported
under Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.2 subscription services and may
not be functionally complete.  Red Hat welcomes customer
feedback and suggestions for Technology Previews.  Advisories
will be provided for high-severity security issues in Technology
Preview features.

The following Technology Preview features are new or enhanced in
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.2 beta.  See the Red Hat Enterprise
Linux 5.2 Release Notes for more information.

  - Support for 32-bit para-virtualized (PV) guests on
    64-bit AMD64/Intel(r) 64 hosts
  - Stability, performance, and memory improvements in GFS2
    file system
  - AIGLX including X server and updated Mesa package
  - FS-Cache persistent local cache for network file system
  - Firewire stack
    + Update firewire support to latest upstream
  - Limited eCryptFS support
    + Add ecryptfs support to kernel
    + Add authentication in crypto library to kernel
  - FreeIPMI
  - iSCSI
    + iSCSI target device (iSCSI server)
    + Added iSNS server: isns-utils
  - radeon_tp
  - Trusted Computing Group (TCG) / Trusted Platform Module (TPM)
    + Include the TCG stack
    + Include the Trousers TSS stack
    + Add trust computing/trust platform module in kernel and
    + boot-loader support will be considered for inclusion in a
      future release
  - Systemtap utrace support for user space tracing
  - frysk

Installing the Software / Installation Numbers

The ISO images contain the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.2 core
and optional components.  Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.2 requires
users to enter an Installation Number that guides the Installer
to include the correct components.  In the GA release, the
Installation Number will be associated with your subscription
entitlement.  If you plan to install multiple systems using a
kickstart file, you can embed an Installation Number in that
kickstart file.

If an Installation Number is not entered, a core Server or
Desktop will be installed by default.  Additional functionality
can be added manually or via RHN at a later time.

The following installation numbers should be used for the Red Hat
Enterprise Linux 5.2 beta release:


* Red Hat Enterprise Linux (Server including virtualization):

 + Red Hat Enterprise Linux Advanced Platform:


* Red Hat Enterprise Linux Desktop:

 + Red Hat Enterprise Linux Desktop + Workstation Option:

 + Red Hat Enterprise Linux Desktop + Workstation + Multi OS Option

 + Red Hat Enterprise Linux Desktop + Multi OS Option

Known Issues

The following are known issues in the beta release:

Bug 428323: yum-updatesd: local variable 'result' referenced
            before assignment
Bug 430297: ibft_iscsi when used with Intel NIC which have
            iBFT misconfigured crashes
Bug 432776: /sbin/mkinitrd: line 939: [: : integer expression
Bug 432792: %post scriplet failure when installing:
Bug 432977: Error in /etc/init.d/irqbalance results in potential
            misconfiguration and screen garbage
Bug 434847: RHEL4.6 -> RHEL5.2 anaconda upgrade produces
            multiple errors for several gcc packages
Bug 435173: Traceback when performing CDROM install on iBFT
            enabled iSCSI system
Bug 435475: RFE: [Performance] yum update is too slow between
            minor releases
Bug 435978: Rescue mode networking fails to start
Bug 436377: LTC42893-Rhel5.2 betarc installation failed
            calling SIGSEGV

Use the following work around for bug 428323:

Systems with a yum-rhn-plugin package earlier than
yum-rhn-plugin-0.5.2-5.el5_1.2 are unable to upgrade to the
beta packages.  To work around this limitation, please upgrade
the yum-rhn-plugin package before updating the other beta

  $ yum update yum-rhn-plugin

Then update the system with the following command:

  $ yum update

Use the following work around for bug 436377:

Red Hat recommends users installing s390x systems supply at a
minimum the language, method and vnc parameters in a .parm file,
as shown in the following example:

lang=en_US.UTF-8 vnc

Additional Information

Additional information is provided below on Documentation,
Bug Reporting, Mailing Lists, and Package Version List.

Thank you for participating in the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.2
beta program.


The Red Hat Enterprise Linux Team



Release notes for this beta are available on the Red Hat
Enterprise Linux 5 site at:


The Release Notes are also on your Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5
installed system in the redhat-release-notes package.

Bug Reporting

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.2 Beta testers who have assigned
Technical Account Managers (TAMs) should report all bugs with
this beta release using your current Issue Tracker account.

All other beta users should report bugs using Red Hat's
Bugzilla.  To report and query for bugs in this Beta release,
you need a Bugzilla account with access to the "Red Hat
Enterprise Linux Public Beta" product.

To report a bug via Bugzilla:

1. Login to the Bugzilla home page at http://bugzilla.redhat.com.
   If you don't have an existing account, simply create one by
   going to this page:


2. On the Bugzilla home page, choose the "New" tab.  Proceed to
   Step 3, "Choosing Your Product" by clicking that button at
   the bottom of the page.

3. Choose Product "Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5".

4. Choose Version "5.2".

5. Choose the component against which you wish to report a
   problem, such as kernel, glibc, etc.  If you do not know the
   component or want to file a bug against the general product,
   choose "distribution" as the component.

6. Choose the platform, such as: "All", "x86_64", etc.

7. Provide the information about the problem you're reporting
   by entering information in the appropriate fields.  In the
   Summary field, provide a clear and descriptive abstract of
   the issue.  In the Description field, state clearly that you
   are using a *Beta* package and provide the full package
   versions of any components you are experiencing problems
   with (as packages may be updated).

8. Check to make sure that all information is accurate and
   click the "Commit" button to submit your problem report.

Mailing Lists

Red Hat has a public mailing list for communication during
this and all future Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 beta programs.

* rhelv5-announce redhat com

    A low-volume, moderated, announcement-only mailing list.
    Red Hat will use this list to communicate one-way
    information about RHEL 5 beta programs, such as
    notifications when releases are available or solicitations
    for beta feedback.  Subscribe at:


* rhelv5-beta-list redhat com

    A public general discussion mailing list for beta testers
    of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 releases.  Subscribe at:


Package Version List

Packages added in this release include:

New package: dapl-2.0.3-3.el5
	Library providing access to the  DAT 1.2 and 2.0 APIs

New package: dstat-0.6.6-3.el5
	Versatile resource statistics tool

New package: ecryptfs-utils-38-1.el5
	The eCryptfs mount helper and support libraries

New package: freeipmi-0.5.1-3.el5

New package: gtk-vnc-0.3.2-1.el5
	A GTK widget for VNC clients

New package: ibsim-0.4-2.el5
	InfiniBand fabric simulator for management

New package: infiniband-diags-1.3.5-2.el5
	OpenFabrics Alliance InfiniBand Diagnostic Tools

New package: isns-utils-0.91-0.0.el5
	The iSNS daemon and utility programs

New package: libcxgb3-1.1.2-2.el5
	Chelsio T3 iWARP HCA Userspace Driver

New package: libehca-1.0-1.el5
	IBM InfiniBand HCA Userspace Driver

New package: libibcm-1.0.1-1.el5
	Userspace InfiniBand Communication Manager.

New package: libibcommon-1.0.7-1.el5
	OpenFabrics Alliance InfiniBand management common library

New package: libibmad-1.1.5-1.el5
	OpenFabrics Alliance InfiniBand MAD library

New package: libibumad-1.1.6-1.el5
	OpenFabrics Alliance InfiniBand umad (user MAD) library

New package: libibverbs-1.1.1-8.el5
	Library providing access to InfiniBand/iWARP hardware
        verbs protocol

New package: libipathverbs-1.1-9.el5
	QLogic InfiniPath HCA Userspace Driver

New package: libmlx4-1.0-2.el5
	Mellanox ConnectX InfiniBand HCA Userspace Driver

New package: libmthca-1.0.4-9.el5
	Mellanox InfiniBand HCA Userspace Driver

New package: libnes-0.5-2.el5
	NetEffect RNIC Userspace Driver

New package: librdmacm-1.0.5-1.el5
	Userspace RDMA Connection Manager.

New package: libsdp-1.1.99-8.el5
	A library for direct userspace use of Sockets Direct Protocol

New package: libsmi-0.4.5-2.el5
	A library to access SMI MIB information

New package: mstflint-1.2-2.el5
	Mellanox firmware burning tool

New package: nspluginwrapper-
	A compatibility layer for Netscape 4 plugins

New package: ofed-docs-1.3-1.el5
	OpenFabrics Enterprise Distribution documentation

New package: opensm-3.1.8-1.el5
	OpenIB InfiniBand Subnet Manager and management utilities

New package: openswan-2.6.07-2.el5
	Openswan IPSEC implementation

New package: perftest-1.2-8.el5
	IB Performance tests

New package: python-iniparse-0.2.3-4.el5
	Python Module for Accessing and Modifying Configuration
        Data in INI files

New package: python-setuptools-0.6c5-2.el5
	Download, build, install, upgrade, and uninstall Python

New package: rsyslog-2.0.0-11.el5
	Enhanced system logging and kernel message trapping daemons

New package: setroubleshoot-plugins-2.0.4-1.el5
	Analysis plugins for use with setroubleshoot

New package: srptools-0.0.4-1.el5
	Tools for using the InfiniBand SRP protocol devices

New package: system-config-netboot-0.1.45-1.el5
	network booting/install configuration utility (GUI)

New package: tpm-tools-1.3.1-1.el5
	Management tools for the TPM hardware

New package: trousers-0.3.1-3.el5
	TCG's Software Stack v1.2

New package: tvflash-0.9.0-1.el5
	Tool to manage Mellanox HCA firmware flash memory

New package: udftools-1.0.0b3-0.1.el5
	Linux UDF Filesystem userspace utilities

New package: virt-viewer-0.0.2-1.el5
	Virtual Machine Viewer

New package: wdaemon-0.13-1
	Hotplug helper for Wacom X.org driver

New package: xulrunner-1.9-0.beta3.2.el5
	XUL Runtime for Gecko Applications

New package: yum-updatesd-1:0.9-2.el5
	Update notification daemon

Packages changed in this release include:

a2ps: 4.13b-57.1.el5 -> 4.13b-57.2.el5
acl: 2.2.39-2.1.el5 -> 2.2.39-3.el5
alsa-utils: 1.0.14-2.rc4.el5 -> 1.0.14-3.rc4.el5
amtu: 1.0.4-4 -> 1.0.6-1.el5
anaconda: ->
apr-util: 1.2.7-6 -> 1.2.7-7.el5
at-spi: 1.7.11-2.fc6 -> 1.7.11-3.el5
audit: 1.5.5-7.el5 -> 1.6.5-1.el5
authconfig: 5.3.12-2.el5 -> 5.3.21-2.el5
autofs: 1:5.0.1-0.rc2.55 -> 1:5.0.1-0.rc2.86
bash: 3.1-16.1 -> 3.2-21.el5
bind: 30:9.3.3-10.el5 -> 30:9.3.4-4.P1.el5
binutils: ->
booty: 0.80.4-5 -> 0.80.4-6
busybox: 1:1.2.0-3 -> 1:1.2.0-4.el5
cachefilesd: 0.8-2.el5 -> 0.8-3.el5
cairo: 1.2.4-2.el5 -> 1.2.4-5.el5
checkpolicy: 1.33.1-2.el5 -> 1.33.1-4.el5
chkconfig: ->
clustermon: 0.10.0-5.el5 -> 0.12.0-5.el5
cman: 2.0.73-1.el5 -> 2.0.80-1.el5
conga: 0.10.0-6.el5 -> 0.12.0-5.el5
control-center: 1:2.16.0-14.el5 -> 1:2.16.0-15.el5
coolkey: 1.1.0-5.el5 -> 1.1.0-6.el5
coreutils: 5.97-12.1.el5 -> 5.97-14.el5
cpuspeed: 1:1.2.1-1.48.el5 -> 1:1.2.1-3.el5
crash: 4.0-4.6.1 -> 4.0-5.0.2
createrepo: 0.4.4-2.fc6 -> 0.4.11-2.el5
crypto-utils: 2.3-1 -> 2.3-2.el5
cups: 1:1.2.4-11.14.el5 -> 1:1.2.4-11.15.el5
dbus: 1.0.0-6.el5 -> 1.0.0-6.3.el5_1
Deployment_Guide: 5.1.0-11 -> 5.2-4
desktop-printing: 0.19-20.el5 -> 0.19-20.1.el5
devhelp: 0.12-11.el5 -> 0.12-14.el5
device-mapper: 1.02.20-1.el5 -> 1.02.24-1.el5
device-mapper-multipath: 0.4.7-12.el5 -> 0.4.7-16.el5
dhcp: 12:3.0.5-7.el5 -> 12:3.0.5-11.el5
dhcpv6: 0.10-33.el5 -> 1.0.10-1.el5
diffutils: 2.8.1-15.2.2 -> 2.8.1-15.2.3.el5
dmraid: 1.0.0.rc13-4.el5 -> 1.0.0.rc13-9.el5
dovecot: 1.0-1.2.rc15.el5 -> 1.0.7-1.el5
dvgrab: 2.0-1.2.2 -> 3.0-1.el5
e2fsprogs: 1.39-10.el5 -> 1.39-14.el5
eclipse: 1:3.2.1-18.el5 -> 1:3.2.1-19.el5
emacs: 21.4-19.el5 -> 21.4-20.el5
emacspeak: 23.0-2.1 -> 23.0-3.el5
esc: 1.0.0-32.el5 -> 1.0.0-33.el5
evolution-data-server: 1.8.0-25.el5 -> 1.12.3-5.el5
file: 4.17-9.0.1.el5 -> 4.17-11
firefox: -> 3.0-0.beta3.4.el5
flac: 1.1.2-27 -> 1.1.2-28.el5_0.1
fontconfig: 2.4.1-6.el5 -> 2.4.1-7.el5
fonts-indic: 2.0.13-1.el5 -> 2.1.7-2.el5
gcc: 4.1.2-14.el5 -> 4.1.2-41.el5
gdb: 6.5-25.el5 -> 6.5-37.el5
gdm: 1:2.16.0-31.0.1.el5 -> 1:2.16.0-40.el5
gedit: 1:2.16.0-5.el5 -> 1:2.16.0-9.el5
gfs-kmod: 0.1.19-7.el5 -> 0.1.23-2.el5
gfs-utils: 0.1.12-1.el5 -> 0.1.16-2.el5
gfs2-kmod: 1.52-1.16.el5 -> 1.84-1.1.el5
gfs2-utils: 0.1.38-1.el5 -> 0.1.43-1.el5
ghostscript: 8.15.2-9.1.el5 -> 8.15.2-9.1.el5_1.1
glibc: 2.5-18 -> 2.5-21
gnome-panel: 2.16.1-6.el5 -> 2.16.1-7.el5
gnome-power-manager: 2.16.0-8.el5 -> 2.16.0-9.el5
gnome-python2-desktop: 2.16.0-1.fc6 -> 2.16.0-2.el5
gnome-python2-extras: 2.14.2-4.fc6 -> 2.14.2-6.el5
gnome-screensaver: 2.16.1-5.el5 -> 2.16.1-6.el5
gnome-utils: 1:2.16.0-3.el5 -> 1:2.16.0-5.el5
gnome-volume-manager: 2.15.0-4.el5 -> 2.15.0-5.el5
grub: 0.97-13 -> 0.97-13.2
gthumb: 2.7.8-5.el5 -> 2.7.8-8.el5
gtk2: 2.10.4-19.el5 -> 2.10.4-20.el5
gtkhtml3: 3.12.0-1.fc6 -> 3.16.3-1.el5
gzip: 1.3.5-9.el5 -> 1.3.5-10.el5
hal: ->
hal-cups-utils: 0.6.2-5 -> 0.6.2-5.1.el5
hplip: 1.6.7-4.1.el5 -> 1.6.7-4.1.el5_0.3
htdig: 3:3.2.0b6-9.el5 -> 3:3.2.0b6-9.0.1.el5_1
htmlview: 4.0.0-1.el5 -> 4.0.0-2.el5
httpd: 2.2.3-11.el5 -> 2.2.3-11.el5_1.3
hwbrowser: 0.30-1.el5 -> 0.30-2.el5
hwdata: 0.211-1 -> 0.213.2-1.el5
ibutils: 1.2-2.el5 -> 1.2-3.el5
icu: 3.6-5.11 -> 3.6-5.11.1
initscripts: 8.45.17.EL-1 -> 8.45.19.EL-1
iprutils: 2.2.6-1.el5 -> 2.2.8-1.el5
iptables: 1.3.5-1.2.1 -> 1.3.5-4.el5
irqbalance: 2:0.55-6.el5 -> 2:0.55-8.el5
iscsi-initiator-utils: ->
isdn4k-utils: 3.2-50.1 -> 3.2-51.el5
kbd: 1.12-19.el5 -> 1.12-20.el5
kdeadmin: 7:3.5.4-2.fc6 -> 7:3.5.4-3.el5
kdebase: 6:3.5.4-13.6.el5 -> 6:3.5.4-18.el5
kdelibs: 6:3.5.4-13.el5 -> 6:3.5.4-16.el5
kernel: 2.6.18-53.el5 -> 2.6.18-84.el5
kexec-tools: 1.101-194.4.el5 -> 1.102pre-10.el5
krb5: 1.6.1-17.el5 -> 1.6.1-23.el5
ksh: 20060214-1.4 -> 20060214-1.7
kudzu: ->
lam: 2:7.1.2-8.fc6 -> 2:7.1.2-11.el5
libX11: 1.0.3-8.0.1.el5 -> 1.0.3-9.el5
libXfont: 1.2.2-1.0.2.el5 -> 1.2.2-1.0.3.el5_1
libao: 0.8.6-5 -> 0.8.6-7
libchewing: 0.3.0-7.el5 -> 0.3.0-8.el5
libdhcp: 1.20-2.el5 -> 1.20-4.el5
liberation-fonts: 0.2-2.el5 -> 1.0-1.el5
libexif: 0.6.13-4.0.2.el5 -> 0.6.13-4.0.2.el5_1.1
libgnomeprint22: 2.12.1-9.el5 -> 2.12.1-10.el5
libhugetlbfs: 1.0.1-1.el5 -> 1.2-5.el5
libica: 1.3.7-5.el5 -> 1.3.7-6.el5
libpng: 2:1.2.10-7.0.2 -> 2:1.2.10-7.1.el5_0.1
libraw1394: 1.2.1-1.fc6 -> 1.3.0-1.el5
librtas: 1.2.4-3.el5 -> 1.3.3-1.el5
libselinux: 1.33.4-4.el5 -> 1.33.4-5.el5
libuser: 0.54.7-2.el5.2 -> 0.54.7-2.el5.4
libvirt: 0.2.3-9.el5 -> 0.3.3-5.el5
libxml2: 2.6.26-2.1.2 -> 2.6.26-
logrotate: 3.7.4-7 -> 3.7.4-8
logwatch: 7.3-5 -> 7.3-6.el5
ltrace: 0.5-6.45svn.fc6 -> 0.5-7.45svn.el5
lvm2: 2.02.26-3.el5 -> 2.02.32-1.el5
lvm2-cluster: 2.02.26-1.el5 -> 2.02.32-1.el5
m17n-db: 1.3.3-46.el5 -> 1.3.3-48.el5
m2crypto: 0.16-6.el5.1 -> 0.16-6.el5.2
mailman: 3:2.1.9-2 -> 3:2.1.9-4.el5
make: 1:3.81-1.1 -> 1:3.81-2.el5
man-pages-ja: 20060815-5 -> 20060815-6.el5
mcstrans: 0.2.6-1.el5 -> 0.2.6-1.el5_1.1
mdadm: 2.5.4-3.el5 -> 2.6.4-1.el5
metacity: 2.16.0-8.el5 -> 2.16.0-9.el5
microcode_ctl: 1:1.17-1.42.el5 -> 1:1.17-1.45.el5
mkinitrd: ->
module-init-tools: 3.3-0.pre3.1.34.el5 -> 3.3-0.pre3.1.37.el5
mozldap: 6.0.4-1.el5 -> 6.0.5-1.el5
mysql: 5.0.22- -> 5.0.45-6.el5
nautilus: 2.16.2-6.el5 -> 2.16.2-7.el5
net-snmp: 1:5.3.1-19.el5 -> 1:5.3.1-22.el5
net-tools: 1.60-73 -> 1.60-77.el5
NetworkManager: 1:0.6.4-6.el5 -> 1:0.6.4-7.el5
newt: 0.52.2-9 -> 0.52.2-10.el5
nfs-utils: 1:1.0.9-24.el5 -> 1:1.0.9-32.el5
notification-daemon: 0.3.5-8.el5 -> 0.3.5-9.el5
nspr: 4.6.5-3.el5 ->
nss: 3.11.7-1.3.el5 ->
nss_db: 2.2-35.1 -> 2.2-35.3
nss_ldap: 253-5.el5 -> 253-10.el5
ntp: 4.2.2p1-7.el5 -> 4.2.2p1-8.el5
oddjob: 0.27-7 -> 0.27-9.el5
openCryptoki: 2.2.4-16.el5 -> 2.2.4-19.el5
openais: 0.80.3-7.el5 -> 0.80.3-10.el5
openhpi: 2.8.1-2.el5.7 -> 2.10.1-1.el5
openib: 1.2-6.el5 -> 1.3-1.el5
OpenIPMI: 2.0.6-5.el5.4 -> 2.0.6-6.el5
openldap: 2.3.27-8 -> 2.3.27-8.el5_1.3
openmotif: 2.3.0-0.3.el5 -> 2.3.0-0.4.el5
openmpi: 1.2.3-4.el5 -> 1.2.5-2.el5
openssh: 4.3p2-24.el5 -> 4.3p2-26.el5
openssl: 0.9.8b-8.3.el5_0.2 -> 0.9.8b-10.el5
oprofile: 0.9.2-6.el5 -> 0.9.3-16.el5
pam: ->
parted: 1.8.1-12.el5 -> 1.8.1-15.el5
pciutils: 2.2.3-4 -> 2.2.3-5
pcre: 6.6-1.1 -> 6.6-2.el5_1.7
pcsc-lite: 1.3.1-7 -> 1.4.4-0.1.el5
perl: 4:5.8.8-10 -> 4:5.8.8-10.el5_0.2
php: 5.1.6-15.el5 -> 5.1.6-20.el5
php-pear: 1:1.4.9-4 -> 1:1.4.9-4.el5.1
piranha: 0.8.4-7.el5 -> 0.8.4-9.3.el5
pirut: 1.2.10-1.el5 -> 1.3.28-10.el5
pkgconfig: 1:0.21-1.fc6 -> 1:0.21-2.el5
pm-utils: 0.99.3-6.el5.17 -> 0.99.3-6.el5.18
policycoreutils: 1.33.12-12.el5 -> 1.33.12-14.el5
poppler: 0.5.4-4.1.el5 -> 0.5.4-4.3.el5_1
postgresql: 8.1.9-1.el5 -> 8.1.11-1.el5_1.1
ppc64-utils: 0.11-2 -> 0.11-9.el5
procps: 3.2.7-8.1.el5 -> 3.2.7-9.el5
psmisc: 22.2-5 -> 22.2-6
pygtk2: 2.10.1-8.el5 -> 2.10.1-12.el5
python: 2.4.3-19.el5 -> 2.4.3-21.el5
python-virtinst: 0.103.0-3.el5 -> 0.300.2-5.el5
redhat-release: 5Server- -> 5Server-
redhat-release-notes: 5Server-9 -> 5Server-11
redhat-rpm-config: 8.0.45-22.el5 -> 8.0.45-24.el5
rgmanager: 2.0.31-1.el5 -> 2.0.36-1.el5
rhel-instnum: 1.0.7-1.el5 -> 1.0.8-1.el5
rhn-client-tools: 0.4.16-1.el5 -> 0.4.17-2.el5
rhpxl: 0.41.1-1.el5 -> 0.41.1-5.el5
rpm: 4.4.2-47.el5 -> 4.4.2-48.el5
rsh: 0.17-37.el5 -> 0.17-38.el5
ruby: 1.8.5-5.el5 -> 1.8.5-5.el5_1.1
s390utils: 2:1.5.3-10.el5.14 -> 2:1.5.3-16.el5
salinfo: 1.1-3.el5 -> 1:1.1-4.el5
samba: 0:3.0.25b-0.el5.4 -> 0:3.0.28-0.el5.4
sblim: 1-29.EL5 -> 1-31.el5
scim-anthy: 1.2.0-5.el5 -> 1.2.0-6.el5
scim-chewing: 0.3.1-10.el5 -> 0.3.1-11.el5
scim-pinyin: 0.5.91-15.el5 -> 0.5.91-16.el5
selinux-policy: 2.4.6-104.el5 -> 2.4.6-121.el5
setroubleshoot: 1.8.11-4.el5 -> 2.0.5-1.el5
sg3_utils: 1.20-2.1 -> 1.25-1.el5
shadow-utils: 2:4.0.17-12.el5 -> 2:4.0.17-13.el5
shared-mime-info: 0.19-3.el5 -> 0.19-5.el5
smartmontools: 1:5.36-3.1.el5 -> 1:5.36-4.el5
spamassassin: 3.1.9-1.el5 -> 3.2.4-1.el5
squid: 7:2.6.STABLE6-4.el5 -> 7:2.6.STABLE6-5.el5_1.2
sudo: 1.6.8p12-10 -> 1.6.8p12-11.el5
sysklogd: 1.4.1-40.el5 -> 1.4.1-43.el5
sysstat: 7.0.0-3.el5 -> 7.0.2-1.el5
system-config-cluster: 1.0.50-1.3 -> 1.0.50-5.0
system-config-date: 1.8.12-1.el5 -> 1.8.12-3.el5
system-config-httpd: 5: -> 5:
system-config-kdump: 1.0.12-1.el5 -> 1.0.13-2.el5
system-config-kickstart: ->
system-config-language: 1.1.18-1.el5 -> 1.1.18-2.el5
system-config-lvm: 1.0.22-1.0.el5 -> 1.1.3-1.0.el5
system-config-network: 1.3.99-2.el5 ->
system-config-printer: ->
system-config-securitylevel: ->
system-config-users: 1.2.51-1.el5 -> 1.2.51-4.el5
systemtap: 0.5.14-1.el5 -> 0.6.1-3.el5
tcpdump: 14:3.9.4-11.el5 -> 14:3.9.4-12.el5
telnet: 1:0.17-38.el5 -> 1:0.17-39.el5
tetex: 3.0-33.1.el5 -> 3.0-33.2.el5_1.2
tk: 8.4.13-3.fc6 -> 8.4.13-5.el5_1.1
tog-pegasus: 2:2.6.1-2.el5 -> 2:2.7.0-1.el5
tomcat5: 0:5.5.23-0jpp.3.0.2.el5 -> 0:5.5.23-0jpp.6.el5
totem: 2.16.7-1.el5 -> 2.16.7-4.el5
traceroute: 3:2.0.1-2.el5 -> 3:2.0.1-3.el5
tzdata: 2007d-1.el5 -> 2007k-1.el5
udev: 095-14.9.el5 -> 095-14.14.el5
usermode: 1.88-3.el5 -> 1.88-3.el5.1
util-linux: 2.13-0.45.el5 -> 2.13-0.47.el5
virt-manager: 0.4.0-3.el5 -> 0.5.3-4.el5
Virtualization: 5.1.0-12 -> 5.2-4
vsftpd: 2.0.5-10.el5 -> 2.0.5-12.el5
wireshark: 0.99.6-1.el5 -> 0.99.7-1.el5
wpa_supplicant: 1:0.4.8-10.1.fc6 -> 1:0.4.8-10.2.el5
x3270: 3.3.4p7-3.el5.1 -> 3.3.4p7-3.el5.4
xen: 3.0.3-41.el5 -> 3.0.3-55.el5
xorg-x11-drv-ati: 6.6.3-3.2.el5 -> 6.6.3-3.11.el5
xorg-x11-drv-i810: 1.6.5-9.6.el5 -> 1.6.5-
xorg-x11-drv-keyboard: 1.1.0-2.1 -> 1.1.0-3
xorg-x11-drv-mga: 1.4.2-6.el5 -> 1.4.2-7.el5
xorg-x11-drv-nv: 2.1.2-1.el5 -> 2.1.6-5.el5
xorg-x11-drv-sis: 0.9.1-7 -> 0.9.1-7.1.el5
xorg-x11-server: 1.1.1-48.26.el5 -> 1.1.1-48.38.el5
xorg-x11-xinit: 1.0.2-13.el5 -> 1.0.2-15.el5
xsane: 0.991-4.el5 -> 0.991-5.el5
yelp: 2.16.0-15.el5 -> 2.16.0-16.el5
yum: 3.0.1-5.el5 -> 3.2.8-7.el5
yum-metadata-parser: 1.0-8.fc6 -> 1.1.2-2.el5
yum-rhn-plugin: 0.5.2-3.el5 -> 0.5.3-1.el5
yum-utils: 1.0.4-3.el5 -> 1.1.10-6.el5

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