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rhel limits

2015-04-17 KENNETH 0

Red Hat Enterprise Linux technology capabilities and limits   What can Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® do? Find out in this quick-glance chart of the supported and theoretical 1 limits of the platform. Specification Version 3 Version 4 Version 5 Version 6 Version 7 Maximum logical CPUs 2 x86 16 32 32 32 N/A6 Itanium 2 8 256 [512] 256 [1024] N/A6 N/A6 x86_64 8 64 [64] 160 [255] 240 [4096] 240 [5120] POWER 8 64 [128] 128 128 192 [2048] System z 64 (z900) 64 (z10 EC) 101 (zEC12) 101 (zEC12) 101 (zEC12) Maximum memory5 x86 64GB3 64GB3 16GB4 16GB4 N/A6 Itanium 2 128GB 2TB 2TB N/A6 N/A6 x86_64 128GB 256GB [1TB] 1TB 6TB [64TB]15 6TB [64TB]16 POWER 64GB 128GB [1TB] 512GB [1TB] 2TB 2TB System z 256GB (z900) 1.5TB (z10 EC) 3TB (z196) 3TB (z196) 3TB (z196) Maximum number [ more… ]

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PHP 지원기간 안내 (PHP Supported Versions)

2015-04-03 KENNETH 0

Supported Versions Each release branch of PHP is fully supported for two years from its initial stable release. During this period, bugs and security issues that have been reported are fixed and are released in regular point releases. After this two year period of active support, each branch is then supported for an additional year for critical security issues only. Releases during this period are made on an as-needed basis: there may be multiple point releases, or none, depending on the number of reports. Once the three years of support are completed, the branch reaches its end of life and is no longer supported. A table of end of life branches is available. Currently Supported Versions Branch Initial Release Active Support Until Security Support Until 5.4 1 Mar 2012 3 years, 1 month ago 14 Sep 2014 6 months ago [ more… ]