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[rhelv5-announce] Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.1 Beta Announcement

Red Hat is pleased to announce the availability of the *beta*
release of 5.1 (kernel-2.6.18-36.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, and IBM POWER
    - Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Server for x86,
      AMD64/Intel(r) 64, Itanium Processor Family, IBM POWER,
      S/390 and System z
    - Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Desktop for x86, and
      AMD64/Intel(r) 64

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.1 is still in development and
therefore the contents of the 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 images are intended for testing purposes only.
Remember that this early access software is not supported and
is not intended for production environments.  Do not publish any
benchmark or performance results based on this beta release.
Upgrading from beta releases to the GA product will not be
supported.  The beta testing period is scheduled to continue
through September 4, 2007.


This beta release includes the following improvements:

* Virtualization improvements
  + Completion of virtualization support on Itanium2 platforms
    - PV (para-virtualized) and HV (fully-virtualized) Itanium2
      guests are now fully supported on Itanium2 hardware
      (HV requires hardware support)
  + Support for 32-bit PV guests on 64-bit AMD64/Intel(r) 64 hosts
  + Improved support for HV guests
    - Hot-migration support for HV guests
    - General performance improvements
    - Host infrastructure for PV drivers (the actual drivers
      will be delivered separately in the context of the
      individual supported guest operating systems)
  + Update of the libvirt management layer

* Laptop and Desktop improvements
  + Improved ACPI power management support including support
    for S3 suspend to RAM and S4 hibernate
  + Technology Preview of a Firewire stack which will be fully
    supported in a subsequent minor release

* Storage improvements
  + Improved support for autofs load balancing with replicated
  + Added replication and migration support for NFSv4 referrals
  + Support for installation to and boot from dm-multipath
  + Update of the Sata sub-system
  + Significant stability improvements to the GFS2 file system
  + Ext3 filesystem now fully supports filesystem sizes of up
    to 16TB
  + Updated CIFS to version 1.48aRH
  + Technology Preview of the iSCSI target device (iSCSI server)

* Serviceability improvements
  + Improvements to the "crash"-analysis tool
  + IPMI and HPI updates
  + Added Kexec/Kdump support for the host in a virtualized

* Networking
  + Update of the Infiniband support and addition of RDMA over
  + Technology Preview of the new Devicescape wireless network
  + Expand in-kernel socket api
  + IPv6 improvements
  + Technology Preview of new mac80211 wireless stack (ipw 4965
    wireless adapter) support.  Note the iwl4965-firmware
    package is not in Beta ISOs but is available on RHN

* Windows Interoperability
  + Samba update for improved interoperability
  + PAM/Kerberos and NSS-LDAP updates for improved integration
    in Active Directory environments

* Security
  + Improved auditing
  + Smartcard support for SSH
  + Integration of LSPP certification related changes

* Other Kernel Improvements
  + Add support for shared page table for hugetlb pages

* General bug fixing and driver updates

Installing the Software / Installation Numbers

The ISO images contain the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 core and
optional components.  Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 requires users
to enter an Installation Number that guides the Installer to
include the correct components.  In the final 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 Beta:


* 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 (Virtualization):

Known Issues

The following issues in the beta release are known:

* Bug 249904: Upgrading to RHEL-5 beta channels does not prompt
  to install redhat-beta key

  When upgrading your Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 system to
  Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.1 Beta via rhn.redhat.com, the yum
  command may not prompt you to import the redhat-beta key.  To
  work around this issue, it is advised that you import the
  redhat-beta key manually, prior to upgrading.  This can be
  performed by executing the following command:

  # rpm --import /etc/pki/rpm-gpg/RPM-GPG-KEY-redhat-beta

* Bug 247736: install fails when using previous RAID

  When performing a software RAID installation, the previous
  disk partitioning, may result in an installation failure
  while processing the requested partition setup.

* Bug 247853: mount -t gfs fails to load gfs kernel module

  The gfs and gfs2 kernel modules are not being loaded at the
  time of an initial mount of a gfs or gfs2 file system.  This
  is caused by an incorrect check in the mount code shared by
  gfs and gfs2.  This can be observed as:

   [testbox]# mount /dev/VolGroup00/testvol /mnt/gfs_test
/sbin/mount.gfs: fs type "gfs" not found in /sys/fs/, is the module loaded?

  This issue is resolved as of gfs2-utils-0.1.30-2.el5 (gfs
  uses gfs2 utilities).  A simple workaround is to call
  "modprobe gfs" (for gfs file systems) and "modprobe gfs2"
  (for gfs2 file systems) after reboot and prior to the first
  mount of a gfs file system.  These commands can be placed in
  the /etc/rc.sysinit file, which will then be run at boot time.
  A corrected package is available on RHN for upgrading.

* Bug 249076: [RHEL5.1 IA64 Xen] Many systems non-bootable
  w/o added kernel param console=tty

  Some ia64 boxes fail to boot kernel-xen if they don't have
  'console=tty' passed in explicitly.  When viewing these
  systems via vga, you get as far as seeing
  "Uncompressing... done", and then nothing else would be
  displayed.  Add 'console=tty' to the boot line or for a
  permanent solution, to the elilo.conf file.

* Bug 249100: no login prompt on dom0 serial console

  When installing Xen on ia64, users may experience device
  collision in Xen dom0 when relying on console output over
  a serial device.

* Bug 249537: /sbin/weak-modules: line 73: echo: write error:
  Broken pipe

  Installation of kmod-ipw3945 packages results in a
  "Broken pipe" error during weak-modules execution.
  Investigation is underway.

* Bug 249601: CD-ROM installation on IBM Power5 bare-metal fails to
  find CD-ROM drives

  Promise, Marvell, and SiiS PATA drivers are not available
  in stage#1 anaconda at this time.  Installation on systems
  that require these devices to access the installation media
  (hard drive, CD-ROM) will not be available.  Note that
  network installs succeed.

* Bug 249873: system-cdinstall-helper crash

  Installing packages from the Supplementary images using
  the autorun script located on the root directory of the
  ISO will result in a traceback.  The recommended
  workaround is to use the rpm or yum command to install
  packages from the Supplementary images.

* Bug 249855: glibc.i386 conflicts with glibc.i686

  Customers testing the IA-32 Execution Layer on 64-bit
  Itanium systems should note that both glibc.i386 and
  glibc.i686 packages are provided in the Beta.  However,
  only the glibc.i686 package will be available for Red Hat
  Enterprise Linux 5.1 for 64-bit Itanium.

* Bug 249895: xen fails to auto start guests during bootup

  Virtualized guests configured to automatically start on
  system bootup using the xendomains mechanism do not start.
  To workaround this issue, use the xm create command to
  start the guests by hand.

* Bug 250139: openhpi pulls in multilib perl

  Customers installing Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.1 Beta for
  64-bit IBM POWER may encounter an issue where a 64-bit perl
  package is included during installation.  The presence of
  this package may disrupt normal operation of perl scripts.

  To determine if your system is affected, you may execute the
  following command:

  $ rpm -q --qf "%{name}.%{arch}\n" perl

  If both perl.ppc and perl.ppc64 are installed, you may wish
  to correct the problem by executing the following commands:

  $ rpm -ev --nodeps perl.ppc perl.ppc64

  # if system registered to RHN ...
  $ yum install perl.ppc

  # if DVD or CD-ROM media is available ...
  $ yum install /media/cdrom/Server/perl-5.8.8-10.ppc.rpm

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 5.1
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.

Additional information can be found in the Red Hat knowledge


Bug Reporting

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Beta testers who have assigned
Technical Account Managers (TAMs) and/or Technical Partner
Managers 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 Public Beta".

4. Choose Version "rhel5.1".

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 updates 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 updates.  Subscribe at:


Package Version List

Packages new in this release include:

New package: cpufreq-utils-1:002-1.1.43.el5
        CPU Frequency changing related utilities
New package: crypto-utils-2.3-1
        SSL certificate and key management utilities
New package: dnsmasq-2.39-2.el5
        A lightweight DHCP/caching DNS server
New package: edac-utils-0.9-5.el5
        Userspace helper for kernel EDAC drivers
New package: ibmasm-xinput-2.1-1.el5
        IBM Advanced System Management X input driver
New package: liberation-fonts-0.2-2.el5
        Fonts to replace commonly used Microsoft Windows Fonts
New package: meanwhile-1.0.2-5.el5
        Lotus Sametime Community Client library
New package: newt-perl-1.08-9.2.2
        Perl bindings for the Newt library
New package: perl-TimeDate-1:1.16-5.el5
        A Perl module for time and date manipulation
New package: pidgin-2.0.2-3.el5
        A Gtk+ based multiprotocol instant messaging client
New package: python-imaging-1.1.5-5.el5
        Python's own image processing library
New package: scsi-target-utils-0.0-0.20070620snap.el5
        The SCSI target daemon and utility programs
New package: watchdog-5.3.1-7.el5
        Software and/or Hardware watchdog daemon
New package: yum-utils-1.1.5-2.el5
        Utilities based around the yum package manager

Packages changed in this release include:

acl: 2.2.39-1.1 -> 2.2.39-2.1.el5
aide: 0.12-7 -> 0.12-12.el5
alsa-lib: 1.0.12-3.el5 -> 1.0.14-1.rc4.el5
alsa-utils: 1.0.12-3.fc6 -> 1.0.14-1.rc4.el5
anaconda: ->
audit: 1.3.1-1.el5 -> 1.5.5-4.el5
autofs: 1:5.0.1-0.rc2.42 -> 1:5.0.1-0.rc2.54
bind: 30:9.3.3-7.el5 -> 30:9.3.3-10.el5
binutils: ->
booty: 0.80.4-1 -> 0.80.4-4
cachefilesd: 0.7-6.el5 -> 0.8-1.el5
cairo: 1.2.4-1.fc6 -> 1.2.4-2.el5
Cluster_Administration: 5.0.0-5 -> 5.1.0-3
clustermon: 0.8-27.el5 -> 0.10.0-1.el5
cman: 2.0.60-1.el5 -> 2.0.70-1.el5
conga: 0.8-30.el5 -> 0.10.0-2.el5
conman: ->
coolkey: 1.0.1-16.el5 -> 1.1.0-3.el5
cpuspeed: 1:1.2.1-1.45.el5 -> 1:1.2.1-1.48.el5
cracklib: 2.8.9-3.1 -> 2.8.9-3.3
crash: 4.0-3.14 -> 4.0-4.3.1
cups: 1:1.2.4-11.5.el5 -> 1:1.2.4-11.10.el5
Deployment_Guide: 5.0.0-19 -> 5.1.0-6
devhelp: 0.12-9.el5 -> 0.12-11.el5
device-mapper: 1.02.13-1.el5 -> 1.02.20-1.el5
device-mapper-multipath: 0.4.7-8.el5 -> 0.4.7-10.el5
dhcp: 12:3.0.5-3.el5 -> 12:3.0.5-7.el5
dmraid: 1.0.0.rc13-2.el5 -> 1.0.0.rc13-3.el5
e2fsprogs: 1.39-8.el5 -> 1.39-10.el5
ekiga: 2.0.2-7 -> 2.0.2-7.0.2
emacs: 21.4-17 -> 21.4-19.el5
enscript: 1.6.4-4.fc6 -> 1.6.4-4.1.el5
esc: 1.0.0-20.el5 -> 1.0.0-32.el5
evolution: 2.8.0-33.el5 -> 2.8.0-40.el5
evolution-data-server: 1.8.0-15.el5 -> 1.8.0-25.el5
fetchmail: 6.3.6-1.el5 -> 6.3.6-1.1.el5
file: 4.17-8 -> 4.17-9.0.1.el5
firefox: ->
firstboot: ->
fonts-chinese: 3.02-9.6.el5 -> 3.02-9.9.el5
freeradius: 1.1.3-1.1.el5 -> 1.1.3-1.2.el5
freetype: 2.2.1-16.el5 -> 2.2.1-19.el5
frysk: ->
gcc: 4.1.1-52.el5 -> 4.1.2-14.el5
gdb: 6.5-16.el5 -> 6.5-24.el5
gfs-kmod: 0.1.16- -> 0.1.19-4.el5
gfs-utils: 0.1.11-1.el5 -> 0.1.12-1.el5
gfs2-utils: 0.1.25-1.el5 -> 0.1.30-1.el5
gimp: 2:2.2.13-1.fc6 -> 2:2.2.13-2.el5
glibc: 2.5-12 -> 2.5-18
Global_File_System: 5.0.0-4 -> 5.1.0-2
gnbd-kmod: 0.1.3- -> 0.1.4-7.el5
gnome-power-manager: 2.16.0-7.el5 -> 2.16.0-8.el5
gnupg: 1.4.5-12 -> 1.4.5-13
gstreamer-plugins-good: 0.10.4-2.el5 -> 0.10.4-4.el5
gtk2: 2.10.4-16.el5 -> 2.10.4-17.el5
hal: ->
hardlink: 1:1.0-1.26 -> 1:1.0-1.27
httpd: 2.2.3-6.el5 -> 2.2.3-8.el5
hwdata: 0.194-1 -> 0.205-1
ibutils: 1.0-3.el5 -> 1.2-2.el5
icu: 3.6-5.9 -> 3.6-5.11
initscripts: 8.45.14.EL-1 -> 8.45.16.EL-1
iprutils: 2.1.5-3 -> 2.2.6-1.el5
ipsec-tools: 0.6.5-6 -> 0.6.5-8.el5
irqbalance: 1:1.13-9.el5 -> 2:0.55-6.el5
iscsi-initiator-utils: ->
jakarta-commons-modeler: 0:1.1-8jpp.1 -> 0:1.1-8jpp.3.el5
kdebase: 6:3.5.4-13.5.el5 -> 6:3.5.4-13.6.el5
kernel: 2.6.18-8.el5 -> 2.6.18-36.el5
kexec-tools: 1.101-164.el5 -> 1.101-192.el5
krb5: 1.5-17 -> 1.6.1-11.el5
kudzu: ->
libwpd: 0.8.6-1 -> 0.8.7-3.el5
libX11: 1.0.3-8.el5 -> 1.0.3-8.0.1.el5
libXfont: 1.2.2-1.fc6 -> 1.2.2-1.0.2.el5
libXp: 1.0.0-8 -> 1.0.0-8.1.el5
libdhcp: 1.17-1.el5 -> 1.20-2.el5
libexif: 0.6.13-4.el5 -> 0.6.13-4.0.2.el5
libpng: 2:1.2.10-7 -> 2:1.2.10-7.0.2
libselinux: 1.33.4-2.el5 -> 1.33.4-4.el5
libuser: 0.54.7-2.el5.1 -> 0.54.7-2.el5.2
libvirt: 0.1.8-15.el5 -> 0.2.3-4.el5
libwpd: 0.8.6-1 -> 0.8.7-3.el5
lvm2: 2.02.16-3.el5 -> 2.02.26-2.el5
lvm2-cluster: 2.02.16-3.el5 -> 2.02.26-1.el5
man-pages: 2.39-9.el5 -> 2.39-10.el5
man-pages-ja: 20060815-2 -> 20060815-5
mc: 1:4.6.1a-34.el5 -> 1:4.6.1a-35.el5
mcstrans: 0.1.10-1.el5 -> 0.2.3-1.el5
mesa: 6.5.1-7.2.el5 -> 6.5.1-7.4.el5
microcode_ctl: 1:1.15-1.40.el5 -> 1:1.17-1.42.el5
mkinitrd: ->
mod_auth_kerb: 5.1-3 -> 5.1-3.el5
mod_authz_ldap: 0.26-7.1 -> 0.26-8.el5
mod_perl: 2.0.2-6.1 -> 2.0.2-6.3.el5
module-init-tools: 3.3-0.pre3.1.16.el5 -> 3.3-0.pre3.1.28.el5
mutt: 5: -> 5:
net-snmp: 1:5.3.1-14.el5 -> 1:5.3.1-18.el5
nfs-utils: 1:1.0.9-16.el5 -> 1:1.0.9-23.el5
nspr: 4.6.5-1.el5 -> 4.6.5-3.el5
nss: 3.11.5-1.el5 -> 3.11.7-1.2.el5
nss_ldap: 253-3 -> 253-5.el5
ntp: 4.2.2p1-5.el5 -> 4.2.2p1-7.el5
openCryptoki: 2.2.4-15.el5 -> 2.2.4-16.el5
openais: 0.80.2-1.el5 -> 0.80.3-0.el5
openhpi: 2.4.1-6.el5.1 -> 2.8.1-2.el5.1
openib: 1.1-5.el5 -> 1.2-1.el5
OpenIPMI: 2.0.6-5.el5.3 -> 2.0.6-5.el5.4
openldap: 2.3.27-5 -> 2.3.27-8
openmpi: 1.1.1-5.el5 -> 1.2.3-4.el5
openoffice.org: 1:2.0.4-5.4.17 -> 1:2.0.4-5.4.23
openssh: 4.3p2-16.el5 -> 4.3p2-24.el5
openssl-ibmca: 1.0.0.rc2-1.el5.3 -> 1.0.0.rc2-1.el5.4
pam: ->
pam_krb5: 2.2.11-1 -> 2.2.14-1
parted: 1.8.1-4.el5 -> 1.8.1-9.el5
perl-Net-DNS: 0.59-1.fc6 -> 0.59-3.el5
php: 5.1.6-5.el5 -> 5.1.6-12.el5
pkinit-nss: 0.3.5-1.el5 -> 0.7.3-1.el5
pm-utils: 0.19-3 -> 0.99.3-6.el5.11
policycoreutils: 1.33.12-3.el5 -> 1.33.12-12.el5
postgresql: 8.1.4-1.1 -> 8.1.9-1.el5
prelink: 0.3.9-2 -> 0.3.9-2.1
python-pyblock: 0.25-1 -> 0.26-1.el5
python-virtinst: 0.99.0-2.el5 -> 0.103.0-2.el5
quagga: 0:0.98.6-2.1 -> 0:0.98.6-4.el5
redhat-lsb: 3.1-12.2.EL -> 3.1-12.3.EL
redhat-release: 5Client- -> 5Client-
redhat-release: 5Server- -> 5Server-
redhat-release-notes: 5Client-5 -> 5Client-7
redhat-release-notes: 5Server-5 -> 5Server-7
redhat-rpm-config: 8.0.45-17.el5 -> 8.0.45-22.el5
rgmanager: 2.0.23-1 -> 2.0.28-1.el5
rhn-client-tools: 0.4.13-1.el5 -> 0.4.16-1.el5
rhpxl: 0.41-1.el5 -> 0.41.1-1.el5
rpm: 4.4.2-37.el5 -> 4.4.2-44.el5
s390utils: 2:1.5.3-10.el5.6 -> 2:1.5.3-10.el5.9
sabayon: 2.12.4-3.el5 -> 2.12.4-5.el5
salinfo: 1.1-2.el5 -> 1.1-3.el5
samba: 0:3.0.23c-2 -> 0:3.0.25b-0.el5.4
sblim: 1-20.EL5 -> 1-27.EL5
selinux-policy: 2.4.6-30.el5 -> 2.4.6-80.el5
sos: 1.3-1.el5 -> 1.5-1.el5
spamassassin: 3.1.7-4.el5 -> 3.1.9-1.el5
squid: 7:2.6.STABLE6-3.el5 -> 7:2.6.STABLE6-4.el5
squirrelmail: 1.4.8-4.el5 -> 1.4.8-4.0.1.el5
sysklogd: 1.4.1-39.2 -> 1.4.1-40.el5
sysreport: 1.4.3-10.el5 -> 1.4.3-13.el5
system-config-cluster: 1.0.39-1.0 -> 1.0.50-1.2
system-config-kdump: 1.0.9-3.el5 -> 1.0.10-1.el5
systemtap: 0.5.12-1.el5 -> 0.5.14-1.el5
tcp_wrappers: 7.6-40.2.1 -> 7.6-40.4.el5
tcpdump: 14:3.9.4-8.1 -> 14:3.9.4-10.el5
thunderbird: 0: -> 0:
tog-pegasus: 2:2.5.2-5.el5 -> 2:2.6.0-4.el5
tomcat5: 0:5.5.17-8jpp.2 -> 0:5.5.23-0jpp.1.0.4.el5
totem: 2.16.4-2.el5 -> 2.16.7-1.el5
tzdata: 2006m-2.fc6 -> 2007d-1.el5
udev: 095-14.5.el5 -> 095-14.9.el5
util-linux: 2.13-0.44.el5 -> 2.13-0.45.el5
vim: 2:7.0.109-3 -> 2:7.0.109-3.el5.3
virt-manager: 0.2.6-7.el5 -> 0.4.0-2.el5
Virtualization: 5.0.0-7 -> 5.1.0-8
vixie-cron: 4:4.1-66.1.el5 -> 4:4.1-72.el5
wireshark: 0.99.4-2.el5 -> 0.99.6-1.el5
xen: 3.0.3-25.el5 -> 3.0.3-33.el5
xorg-x11-apps: 7.1-4.el5 -> 7.1-4.0.1.el5
xorg-x11-drv-evdev: 1: -> 1:
xorg-x11-drv-i810: 1.6.5-9.2.el5 -> 1.6.5-9.5.el5
xorg-x11-drv-nv: 1.2.0-4.fc6 -> 2.0.2-1.el5
xorg-x11-drv-vesa: 1.2.1-5.2.el5 -> 1.3.0-8.1.el5
xorg-x11-server: 1.1.1-48.13.el5 -> 1.1.1-48.23.el5
xorg-x11-xfs: 1:1.0.2-3.1 -> 1:1.0.2-4
xterm: 215-4.el5 -> 215-5.el5
yaboot: 1.3.13-3.el5 -> 1.3.13-4.el5
yelp: 2.16.0-13.el5 -> 2.16.0-15.el5
yum: 3.0.1-5.el5 -> 3.2.1-4.el5
yum-metadata-parser: 1.0-8.fc6 -> 1.1.0-2.el5
yum-rhn-plugin: 0.4.3-1.el5 -> 0.5.2-1.el5

Packages removed in this release include:


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