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Telefonica Germany integrates O2 and E-Plus networks with MYCOM OSI

MYCOM OSI PrOptima™ helps optimize performance, QoS and capacity of consolidated network Mobile World Congress, Barcelona, 27th February 2017 – MYCOM OSI, the leading independent provider of Assurance, Automation and Analytics solutions to the world’s largest Communications Service Providers (CSPs), today announced that Telefonica Germany is realizing Europe’s largest network merger project using its Network Performance Management solution to optimize network performance, quality of service and capacity for the consolidated network.In 2014 Telefonica acquired KPN’s... Source: RealWire

RHBA-2017:0154-1: openstack-neutron bug fix advisory

Updated OpenStack Networking packages that resolve various issues are nowavailable for Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 6.0 (Juno) forRHEL 7. Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform provides the facilities forbuilding a private or public infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) cloudrunning on commonly available physical hardware.

This advisory includespackages for:* OpenStack Networking serviceOpenStack Networking (neutron) is a virtual network service for OpenStack.Just as OpenStack Compute (nova) provides an API to dynamically request andconfigure virtual servers, OpenStack Networking provides an API todynamically request and configure virtual networks.

These networks connect'interfaces' from other OpenStack services (e.g. virtual NICs from ComputeVMs).

The OpenStack Networking API supports extensions to provide advancednetwork capabilities (e.g. QoS, ACLs, network monitoring, etc.) Before applying this update, ensure all previously released errata relevantto your system have been applied.Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 6 runs on Red Hat EnterpriseLinux 7.3.The Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 6 Release Notes contain thefollowing:* An explanation of the way in which the provided components interact toform a working cloud computing environment.* Technology Previews, Recommended Practices, and Known Issues.* The channels required for Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 6,including which channels need to be enabled and disabled.The Release Notes are available at:https://access.redhat.com/site/documentation/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux_OpenStack_Platform/6/html/Release_Notes/index.htmlThis update is available through the Red Hat Network.

Details on how to usethe Red Hat Network to apply this update are available athttps://access.redhat.com/site/articles/11258Red Hat OpenStack 6.0 for RHEL 7 SRPMS: openstack-neutron-2014.2.3-41.el7ost.src.rpm     MD5: 2101f2f221ad0457ab5029a588e9e049SHA-256: a9d89091fa98c6b1292b00ccb819746025d544997df602c315437e191f442f5c   x86_64: openstack-neutron-2014.2.3-41.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 7936e0685fbac47aa73d1ba2e93ff70eSHA-256: 3a55a807edf3a08bf684ed93ce44e45afa2101df8fd239faafe42c7329e8b576 openstack-neutron-bigswitch-2014.2.3-41.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: d78828686f9d6d18a096c96e70ce8b4bSHA-256: e0456df11a080312d56a681f5da627a6e580ee8e0114a57392c9bdb1802ef00f openstack-neutron-brocade-2014.2.3-41.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 4c4452dbb78cc6690d3ea54822da9fcbSHA-256: c5b94387dc8f2faa3c2705b2a4a7c81e60ca7b0f99240caab328cdcfd2e02b96 openstack-neutron-cisco-2014.2.3-41.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 2e4e5a302d43d74e2ecd256a5c5cc7bcSHA-256: 5c889a5d58c7a3e225bd6b1892f83981f57bee49b42ed1735694f81e9ea4ce16 openstack-neutron-common-2014.2.3-41.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 37de806239967d91186c49ca7b8b7836SHA-256: 2faa3bf1587cf65b78f921032dda23c3e3e4077f5bc91f962f276ed0465aa1e3 openstack-neutron-embrane-2014.2.3-41.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: dd7d6209681a1f5b0d2d05eaf24a205eSHA-256: 9ad04a5f86ece2993aacb0f08ebaeeab6d91093a7985fe9c8647e88a747abb40 openstack-neutron-hyperv-2014.2.3-41.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: e015e172b1cc83ebc75fea93b19eaa1cSHA-256: 617ea1a7d48c8f5fe41a842ea86a3d0648d2274279730247daaea47c8b9f6593 openstack-neutron-ibm-2014.2.3-41.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 6ac0d243b2934f2fca205b8b4f05e55aSHA-256: 0f43d00fdbc4d4a605ada3a15afe2a5e4cc005e761931567afbaeeec92f93dc0 openstack-neutron-linuxbridge-2014.2.3-41.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: e741efae64a925932f6157d96dbeb34bSHA-256: 37f44a497691d0526b3706508535aa2bf98c563591fa937d184b74fe7364520b openstack-neutron-mellanox-2014.2.3-41.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: cd6009bc43b48dd62273cc24c9e643cdSHA-256: ac979a7107dd17911c685fae4d5b1d0419fdc03e3eaa7c7656c861368ff4a0bc openstack-neutron-metaplugin-2014.2.3-41.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: ec1b316460ac2bc942ecb0b07a02cd09SHA-256: 8de4d82f65676e957e9d105ebdca1cf358eae6073603b0607de89d43ca39ad61 openstack-neutron-metering-agent-2014.2.3-41.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 40a98bd07b72c0c0d06351df09770b93SHA-256: f1b8c8228e9a432d83a3ba3afae5269e5b872a4e5b2916d7b8b33bc3d4534133 openstack-neutron-midonet-2014.2.3-41.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: a08ee3f0166c7bc2d1df2f4f391264bdSHA-256: df96d9e44e3707dbd5482269e1bb7cd97102579140b130fe15e2850b65c0ae19 openstack-neutron-ml2-2014.2.3-41.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: ad41a25b197cd509297c67144b91894eSHA-256: 2eb4c12fa5eba5f0c1f4157131555cea36fcac9f20b045ebcd9c8bdaaa56705b openstack-neutron-nec-2014.2.3-41.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 60530d48de6d97526e24245e57c80ddcSHA-256: 5281cd33a9c2f6065b89a9d77d8e46e40d5a5f2af73b8ffbd77a3b88767e924a openstack-neutron-nuage-2014.2.3-41.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 59f5ba38df292890db6aaaf5d2160868SHA-256: 11c0de6ee9960952947359d42ced71d665db4e71808ffa285151c9323a0df01b openstack-neutron-ofagent-2014.2.3-41.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 29b0b46dd57bbace59419f4f278c391dSHA-256: 92a64d9fe71d8843987f6dee1b10cffd4487e0cae24f53e0b10731c7db486ccb openstack-neutron-oneconvergence-nvsd-2014.2.3-41.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 5291ecd8df578dd020db15e06c1b796fSHA-256: 5d97de11138ead14ad5c7e2d38f02f89cf2a3fcdf0046a741fc4c2c43b674d45 openstack-neutron-opencontrail-2014.2.3-41.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 1bf136fa2c7c5c783d40dfc7712307b3SHA-256: aba1d3a3cd504baf371ca883ef0a1bb18cd33d743258e89ff6051ab4d45b8dd1 openstack-neutron-openvswitch-2014.2.3-41.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 06ee14c4c5d7df866170e9b21c8be291SHA-256: f799fed25f19da814b2a8b7ed941dd309caf21b7475e4ba95013b0701f3e4d98 openstack-neutron-plumgrid-2014.2.3-41.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 045c616be24b250f00e8a8f9f35c3e94SHA-256: 88c48cf2d55157402596f7ed9e879cb6c318d20029f976319f34a566bda55dbb openstack-neutron-ryu-2014.2.3-41.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 037daea5854a259d0d10a5e00e685a18SHA-256: bfbc2f8946b1c785e85c242ed732d78302b97efb56f5a511be52426e13dd6e3f openstack-neutron-sriov-nic-agent-2014.2.3-41.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 3e9d5094b0276dec6c6c96941191b983SHA-256: a19107d47752e8bb433bd4140bce8c71c2a6e7239bc25091364ed84fb11623a6 openstack-neutron-vmware-2014.2.3-41.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: da8a2fb77701d4701d96f0821ed0282cSHA-256: f29e3db8615ee20d484ae1fc51a5d1d5258089cb0cf4aad11d255af68960ced5 openstack-neutron-vpn-agent-2014.2.3-41.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 77e2f203e41068a94bb852638fa5530bSHA-256: db986622afab5a0c38023aaa121a94b0d6cbc2bd62fd1b04aed95a16278ae404 python-neutron-2014.2.3-41.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 4ef45b3216a354a2df8f146324e7784cSHA-256: 068d542a3d0a17d7e1893902d7279da4c4064bc0d5155a22185f4f9b92fef518   (The unlinked packages above are only available from the Red Hat Network) 1382416 - agent traces about bridge-nf-call sysctl values missing in RHEL 7.3 These packages are GPG signed by Red Hat for security. Our key and details on how to verify the signature are available from:

RHBA-2016:2020-1: openstack-neutron bug fix advisory

Updated OpenStack Networking packages that resolve various issues are nowavailable for Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 5.0 (Icehouse)for RHEL 7. Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform provides the facilities forbuilding a private or public infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) cloudrunning on commonly available physical hardware.

This advisory includespackages for:* OpenStack Networking serviceOpenStack Networking (neutron) is a virtual network service for OpenStack.Just as OpenStack Compute (nova) provides an API to dynamically request andconfigure virtual servers, OpenStack Networking provides an API todynamically request and configure virtual networks.

These networks connect'interfaces' from other OpenStack services (e.g. virtual NICs from ComputeVMs).

The OpenStack Networking API supports extensions to provide advancednetwork capabilities (e.g. QoS, ACLs, network monitoring, etc.)This update addresses the following issue:* Prior to this update, certain options were unavailable in the neutron client,although they were available in neutron server `PUT` operations.Consequently, it was not possible to clear the defined gateway by using the`--no-gateway` option with the `subnet-update` neutron client command.This update adds the ability to update the attributes which are allowed in a`PUT` operation.

As a result, it is possible to clear the defined gateway with`neutron subnet-update --no-gateway UUID`. (BZ#1352457) Before applying this update, ensure all previously released errata relevantto your system have been applied.Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 5 runs on Red Hat EnterpriseLinux 7.2.The Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 5 Release Notes contain thefollowing:* An explanation of the way in which the provided components interact toform a working cloud computing environment.* Technology Previews, Recommended Practices, and Known Issues.* The channels required for Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 5,including which channels need to be enabled and disabled.The Release Notes are available at:https://access.redhat.com/site/documentation/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux_OpenStack_Platform/5/html/Release_Notes/index.htmlThis update is available through the Red Hat Network.

Details on how to usethe Red Hat Network to apply this update are available athttps://access.redhat.com/site/articles/11258Red Hat OpenStack 5.0 for RHEL 7 SRPMS: openstack-neutron-2014.1.5-15.el7ost.src.rpm     MD5: 241c41698fbce34841aafaabee2d2da2SHA-256: 3e9036c0bb2476e17171a1ea7c441abcf7d367007ec58b129ced2c408067997b python-neutronclient-2.3.4-4.el7ost.src.rpm     MD5: 3f000381918df4f0d6e9ba7fce393a2eSHA-256: 3853e82b4d0eca7093ba31b80ab80fa3a7f6aeb646a49b0889a910a4db16b0c9   x86_64: openstack-neutron-2014.1.5-15.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 926af7d9dbe69c18851249e291955eeeSHA-256: a5b3fe9da57a763ffd3cfc3a9c316c085c64e704505714bf9d7a182164662b4b openstack-neutron-bigswitch-2014.1.5-15.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: a7fc8df1debf1767da859f608f952d64SHA-256: d97c64a468f0fea34e3defe56e551ecf5bb96481395439e6923f90fb2d7f599e openstack-neutron-brocade-2014.1.5-15.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 3052562d6be0398f15e146eeccfe8d50SHA-256: 42f2b9c2ea13f27a0468547292ab2d55a25f57cabbf1d5d4765c010b65941cf2 openstack-neutron-cisco-2014.1.5-15.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: d88280e25a8b76c034186a928ce179a7SHA-256: e847616bb40af68e09b6f7fdefa8337c5ebbd2a46ebb34eaa5774ce761224fb6 openstack-neutron-embrane-2014.1.5-15.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 7c35e261375d3b73b389e3e9acfa1c39SHA-256: 278bad40c83d6d0d7f25196dc3223fb23318906440333e955dd6643430bff60c openstack-neutron-hyperv-2014.1.5-15.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: ae11bb38aa81849566def2307b9383deSHA-256: 417e437de4dd00de8718d282b72f77c7339f13d8d520c141de99064f799f03ad openstack-neutron-ibm-2014.1.5-15.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 5fa59f88b213f059585ddb3814a135c1SHA-256: cff9c28612c5766a210342b15779e2d2643902a6bf1f703df77daffdf0b9ca0d openstack-neutron-linuxbridge-2014.1.5-15.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 7666ace04290ea9944711d08d5ba97e6SHA-256: 3ec33b57bd85b3f4b05087689fa88c0b188e26c89a5ce1c9106ddea76cef00f1 openstack-neutron-mellanox-2014.1.5-15.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: b59c0dc3c939d4948e8866d82210241fSHA-256: d99ed2bc0fb2802fb5afddcc4d033a32f97ee9bfdc52e8b870e5a628dc2758e5 openstack-neutron-metaplugin-2014.1.5-15.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 06ddaf7ae87a9e72f444ba521cbd8d2aSHA-256: 6798c4db0849db0b45aba974b42eb171bcf4f578e0d5672556115cff1f9f287c openstack-neutron-metering-agent-2014.1.5-15.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 193ea1be853c9ba42e6bd62d63a13b04SHA-256: ef5c0f9485e1ea8b1e92e3c663bf3feb0abd41dd9dcceca39e084d5e9a0d9f1a openstack-neutron-midonet-2014.1.5-15.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: f79b93ffa254871685302bc86308ccecSHA-256: 3f118b8cdd1635f34e8113ace29563329316ef2e67bd28e81b8f83fd795fa0d7 openstack-neutron-ml2-2014.1.5-15.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 6ab7af8cb170542ff77d7fb95e039bf6SHA-256: dd6fe1153db1d5c6585320105fc28f1f370de34c8d677fd70a26090c654b3cfb openstack-neutron-nec-2014.1.5-15.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: d2249a62c10ed41e5ffedeb4074c7ee5SHA-256: 1d9f3c823ada61819d0b9d42d9b1d19302c5aee50c1efc4f13a1f3dacdcbbb5f openstack-neutron-nuage-2014.1.5-15.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 4ed7211940ed164595a1c21ca5bf7212SHA-256: c99dc19ba3104a69fb1c6f5c7fa7e11c753adabaeb166e07baf05183cc0764f1 openstack-neutron-ofagent-2014.1.5-15.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 9a65c72d4b25c675a24a9fb6d78b7dbcSHA-256: 341d2d21c5fae395408aaf32e65d2a057398aaec8757f55ec7c2b964c40cdb5f openstack-neutron-oneconvergence-nvsd-2014.1.5-15.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 6c3596b1d514f00b01ecc3f9df63d08eSHA-256: 08f2ea9421e819c8b3a04f08a26b3f34d7dcfcb0294a9597b49eaffabf03c53c openstack-neutron-openvswitch-2014.1.5-15.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 996b5252b51c0aec99fd9f4d18e9b9d3SHA-256: 4296844494fe18030199fd7529e3f955305580d1b0cbc2750297f3169fc06027 openstack-neutron-plumgrid-2014.1.5-15.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: f9efdeb144dba846dd014aaa31ced3ddSHA-256: 6d66a796c84ae15d7eeeef1ec3752194fa3f078693ebd7d7f839711b270bcc6d openstack-neutron-ryu-2014.1.5-15.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: c7e60e5f5d6b2d0a2d47d95ce35a59baSHA-256: 2408359a601040a1237aa297e610767e1e22eb8581fb884b3942c180404fb01a openstack-neutron-vmware-2014.1.5-15.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 23fe4c847a67ec62cd54b218e0cba1f0SHA-256: 705660205c2d8438fc88e678201507f7d9faf842d5cb1c43cfde3e5ac00a89c5 openstack-neutron-vpn-agent-2014.1.5-15.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: c4b8c66b8b24424ec5c9dd9132859642SHA-256: c31b8b4fc8b471a5e8f11ccea1af4d9d63aef2ba38b5dee2ae36a8dbd5fc76d4 python-neutron-2014.1.5-15.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 2f7a445595c2afd7af8c1ec5fd5754baSHA-256: 7c7bd5e9d4075462805b0bad966c5a4d7ed591d76b22dbb44ff9d61494c20a1a python-neutronclient-2.3.4-4.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 4399b33757238f70cd2b8dc40c648d31SHA-256: fd98a335f18d277c24c9d4e464c1dbeb6a90985b2a7d35dc16bcdce10b1eaac8   (The unlinked packages above are only available from the Red Hat Network) 1352457 - unable to clear gateway of existing subnets These packages are GPG signed by Red Hat for security. Our key and details on how to verify the signature are available from:

RHBA-2016:2017-1: openstack-neutron bug fix advisory

Updated OpenStack Networking packages that resolve various issues are nowavailable for Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 5.0 (Icehouse)for RHEL 6. Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform provides the facilities forbuilding a private or p...

RHBA-2016:2009-1: openstack-neutron bug fix advisory

Updated OpenStack Networking packages that resolve various issues are nowavailable for Red Hat OpenStack Platform 9.0 (Mitaka) for RHEL 7. Red Hat OpenStack Platform provides the facilities for building a privateor public infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) cloud running on commonlyavailable physical hardware.

This advisory includes packages for:* OpenStack Networking serviceOpenStack Networking (neutron) is a virtual network service for OpenStack.Just as OpenStack Compute (nova) provides an API to dynamically request andconfigure virtual servers, OpenStack Networking provides an API todynamically request and configure virtual networks.

These networks connect'interfaces' from other OpenStack services (e.g. virtual NICs from ComputeVMs).

The OpenStack Networking API supports extensions to provide advancednetwork capabilities (e.g. QoS, ACLs, network monitoring, etc.)This update addresses the following issue:* Prior to this update, the `Fail` mode on OVS physical bridges was not set,defaulting to `standalone`. However, this meant that when `ofctl_interface` wasset to `native`, and the interface became unavailable (due to heavy load, OVSagent shutdown, network disruption), the flows on physical bridges could becleared.Consequently, the physical bridge traffic was disrupted. With this update, theOVS physical bridge fail mode has been set to `secure`.

As a result, flows areretained on physical bridges. (BZ#1372369) Red Hat OpenStack 9.0 for RHEL 7 SRPMS: openstack-neutron-8.1.2-5.el7ost.src.rpm     MD5: 7a03c92f63add23df2c93848bd867bf6SHA-256: 347f26f914b4cd65acf26cbf098fb396ecca112d560e4ee90eaaab30f2fe75e2   x86_64: openstack-neutron-8.1.2-5.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 95e7f37a1a06262772a06fe268b26159SHA-256: 2eff67fd7218933cf832f835520b3555560222524d8c004c8ebacfc286d00c19 openstack-neutron-bgp-dragent-8.1.2-5.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: f6067ed0ccf4fb6bdd05ab454649ccdbSHA-256: c481d4143b709d92341ad9b15542216552194ce947cc0e0388cb848744722c1b openstack-neutron-common-8.1.2-5.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 58ae59f4c3c526aa81c73da5f5a052aaSHA-256: 840169960f1b4522808281310591e4c6fe9db0464e08d1a9182b8fceb0ef0449 openstack-neutron-linuxbridge-8.1.2-5.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: efd957cc875e087be43787ede19d17a2SHA-256: f107a94c4fc427add3a74ce3201e41c8b9f059b648ff99519578405d158afab8 openstack-neutron-macvtap-agent-8.1.2-5.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 8a486748edf094b20fb42e531dd8fdbbSHA-256: b4b1987a4524831daec072012e5aa07216b974e90bcbcb40173cabbabbbcf31e openstack-neutron-metering-agent-8.1.2-5.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 1a6e0366baede5d288c5c643317b2d58SHA-256: d47afe271058d0a26cf855f3c42ebf07655229ccf65474ec0ec8eff165308164 openstack-neutron-ml2-8.1.2-5.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: fecbc48e87e1bc17e35a7b90cd5e1883SHA-256: afc5bb9e9873ade54a8d64570274b555a7aef82e33685c3ace58c542a69e34c1 openstack-neutron-openvswitch-8.1.2-5.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: abd888cb525f7897e066bfb28c5894c1SHA-256: e00c76b3529af3c10d88837a4eabecee12200c964f8feae0ffe9fc8c3793aed2 openstack-neutron-rpc-server-8.1.2-5.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 92b91e2db156e0175faec5ab6c9e0e8eSHA-256: 2f8aee9eb22508c7094ba458b2626977d9db2834109c0ee08a735b8540afc81d openstack-neutron-sriov-nic-agent-8.1.2-5.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: dad81ca432db814ff64177c3205bdd8bSHA-256: 975e0aaf9facad18d6c0bd37fb90ae0c5dbdbeef48354fc3934fec554a9a18c8 python-neutron-8.1.2-5.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: d2662f8cf02662aeac46f9b9b121ed21SHA-256: c007949167a77df8d4e2f65fb65fbc33e318bd342cd219dc661f063c2fac6c2d python-neutron-tests-8.1.2-5.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 932a0579bae6f1c0e4865b981bb55e58SHA-256: a010c716e8a70e1b843748a6c4c41339f42581633312b6df8a3de0e828338b97   (The unlinked packages above are only available from the Red Hat Network) 1372369 - Backport to mitaka: Set secure fail mode for physical bridges These packages are GPG signed by Red Hat for security. Our key and details on how to verify the signature are available from:

RHBA-2016:1759-1: openstack-neutron bug fix advisory

Updated OpenStack Networking packages that resolve various issues are nowavailable for Red Hat OpenStack Platform 9.0 (Mitaka) for RHEL 7. Red Hat OpenStack Platform provides the facilities for building a privateor public infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) cloud running on commonlyavailable physical hardware.

This advisory includes packages for:* OpenStack Networking serviceOpenStack Networking (neutron) is a virtual network service for OpenStack.Just as OpenStack Compute (nova) provides an API to dynamically request andconfigure virtual servers, OpenStack Networking provides an API todynamically request and configure virtual networks.

These networks connect'interfaces' from other OpenStack services (e.g. virtual NICs from ComputeVMs).

The OpenStack Networking API supports extensions to provide advancednetwork capabilities (e.g. QoS, ACLs, network monitoring, etc.)Changes to the openstack-neutron component:* Previously, all controllers restarted at the same time, causing all AMQP(RabbitMQ) servers to also restart; this caused the connection between neutronagents and the AMQP servers to seem to hang until timed-out, while the time-outamount was linear (60 seconds, then 120, then 240, and so on (limited at 600)).Consequently, an agent was considered `down` (not receive any events) until thetimeout expired. With this update, the time-out mechanism in the specific eventthat tries to connect between the agents and the neutron-server has been changedto always be 60 seconds.

As a result, if the connection hangs because of arestart of all the controllers, the agents will recover quicker (~60 secondsafter the controllers fully start again). (BZ#1359894) Red Hat OpenStack 9.0 for RHEL 7 SRPMS: openstack-neutron-8.1.2-4.el7ost.src.rpm     MD5: ed8f7c0ff5a626262768d276ffd09a62SHA-256: c9d49b497819324eb721939151d91abe54ac82c5c91d8fbe18cdcf6fdd8d1758   x86_64: openstack-neutron-8.1.2-4.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: c0f569edb81efe99f2fd95ac3eab40d9SHA-256: 9651481b0b21e09d741e5079def7c07a8d1a18073aa22e3e828a53402aa94266 openstack-neutron-bgp-dragent-8.1.2-4.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 60065a2d458acb80b171e48ca488cb4dSHA-256: bb29919c717553c76394ded9f648f84b9ae1293a5b5c202a46659a8322c4e10a openstack-neutron-common-8.1.2-4.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 3c59c028f833ebdd7f0dffc6f1aeb28bSHA-256: b5ffa796d97d1f1fb90381ab262186fca16689a064dfb822f259187ff444e346 openstack-neutron-linuxbridge-8.1.2-4.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: e0c7a1bc0b3bffd453204d9177e7d81aSHA-256: 836fdecae031f26759c305ab578d5f46317e6c1b59f627b18be69bf824c28d5f openstack-neutron-macvtap-agent-8.1.2-4.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: e9f2ac44863b7ff05aead7c776a716c8SHA-256: f81037fc7bb316f4e003988349e738c23c57424263f10a0daa07d46801f9dc0d openstack-neutron-metering-agent-8.1.2-4.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 4f4ab35e81a86f99ddceeb2ddc251c4dSHA-256: e3e68b3276027fa256fed7ece96ef136de140164cc436deb8d6eafe25e5f579f openstack-neutron-ml2-8.1.2-4.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 6bc45c86d7fa14044c8c1e0426dddaa7SHA-256: ab6e5f100a1cbf70d685d1190de4d6572b0cfb24b66120f8a722283cdc3e9512 openstack-neutron-openvswitch-8.1.2-4.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 790ee5538dc725dc201ed8e09aa8295bSHA-256: 7b2a33b92cf2790946757bd50ed2942197fb18b52c3cd45a57c85a6bc84fc26b openstack-neutron-rpc-server-8.1.2-4.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 45e23d8561827fa45e385a524154ea29SHA-256: 361aec16c8f76c6afcdb5f46dad2a6b2629c8e260baeb3acc76089bc649910ff openstack-neutron-sriov-nic-agent-8.1.2-4.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 5a29afbe63b65ebd5ac3acc14e9bcd34SHA-256: baa9e082e7a51e2330a4fa0cb6870e730c196efef5f8aef84637e537e1603945 python-neutron-8.1.2-4.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: ef24dda1a29020a7adb0ee2ada3839dcSHA-256: a6463fd536f9f11605a80c56f7bd8bee6515286469356cb3067a7b58c3efb7f4 python-neutron-tests-8.1.2-4.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 871d3fa1a8335388d5fc64891d8fcea8SHA-256: dbbc1ba16b312c644b385fce7c908deca03f1cb33e57174f7b9d991756e0a8b5   (The unlinked packages above are only available from the Red Hat Network) 1353188 - ssh is not working from undercloud to created VM because of different MTU values1359894 - openvswitch agents are being reported as down for 10 minutes after all reset controllers come back online1365617 - Calculate MTU on every network fetch instead of on create1365622 - ovs: set device MTU after it's moved into a namespace1366187 - ovsdb native interface may get stuck These packages are GPG signed by Red Hat for security. Our key and details on how to verify the signature are available from:

RHBA-2016:1282-1: openstack-neutron bug fix advisory

Updated OpenStack Networking packages that resolve various issues are nowavailable for Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 5.0 (Icehouse)for RHEL 7. Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform provides the facilities forbuilding a private or public infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) cloudrunning on commonly available physical hardware.

This advisory includespackages for:* OpenStack Networking serviceOpenStack Networking (neutron) is a virtual network service for OpenStack.Just as OpenStack Compute (nova) provides an API to dynamically request andconfigure virtual servers, OpenStack Networking provides an API todynamically request and configure virtual networks.

These networks connect'interfaces' from other OpenStack services (e.g. virtual NICs from ComputeVMs).

The OpenStack Networking API supports extensions to provide advancednetwork capabilities (e.g. QoS, ACLs, network monitoring, etc.)Changes to the openstack-neutron component:* The Linux iptables implementation of security groups includes a default ruleto drop any INVALID packets, resulting in user-defined iptables rules beingprocessed before the INVALID DROP rule.

This would cause security groups toblock legitimate traffic such as SCTP protocol as INVALID. With this update,user-defined iptables rules are now processed before the INVALID DROP rule.(BZ#1338971) Before applying this update, ensure all previously released errata relevant toyour system have been applied.Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 5 runs on Red Hat Enterprise Linux7.2.The Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 5 Release Notes contain thefollowing:* An explanation of the way in which the provided components interact to form aworking cloud computing environment.* Technology Previews, Recommended Practices, and Known Issues.* The channels required for Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 5,including which channels need to be enabled and disabled.The Release Notes are available at:https://access.redhat.com/site/documentation/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux_OpenStack_Platform/5/html/Release_Notes/index.htmlThis update is available through the Red Hat Network.

Details on how to use theRed Hat Network to apply this update are available athttps://access.redhat.com/site/articles/11258Red Hat OpenStack 5.0 for RHEL 7 SRPMS: openstack-neutron-2014.1.5-14.el7ost.src.rpm     MD5: 44cc2bbfa181d4435b6d26a8f04f30f7SHA-256: a52d1638ca11e8ec7e96d49d7a1c3a93ccd984ae3f66fb676fa0fd1b0bc27f3c   x86_64: openstack-neutron-2014.1.5-14.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 06a2fea562642082ac4f742757fa69c4SHA-256: f52c03fefaa43beed1e47d0b0aa1e49b240d3799b99624eb337536ac62caec20 openstack-neutron-bigswitch-2014.1.5-14.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 22e6a3c8aa87d892a891cf3513206aafSHA-256: 0e5374942675a7ad89c23942ab016aec6665a1aa30dd4b150643a12dedb5e583 openstack-neutron-brocade-2014.1.5-14.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 2eedd8cfa06ed7c0801aae5a49fb4fbcSHA-256: 8afab3809375413ca10d39dbd01764407619a11700b3be1bb3162b5a6299b45a openstack-neutron-cisco-2014.1.5-14.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: f6c52d236750886357258852c0e6ee6aSHA-256: 377351a2d41e36b2a52be437ecaa33e1b9c6770db668cc164e9462bfb4f41417 openstack-neutron-embrane-2014.1.5-14.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: f2a3c3345c489611559488ff39ee4193SHA-256: bda70e02bc600d402c2cafbd44efccb88096def75be3bb2ab01fe966631e304b openstack-neutron-hyperv-2014.1.5-14.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 592f10766b38d219017a76a624c9d1e0SHA-256: 279b0564d39127c35d5bf2716f8c1d06a449ae806ad68850fa85303732b6f77e openstack-neutron-ibm-2014.1.5-14.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 2cae71b21720b51a1c4c1029e8366a77SHA-256: 3fc07f8279f966875212af51f515e242ba84052446c5772f2d2157f411b4bd98 openstack-neutron-linuxbridge-2014.1.5-14.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 382cf69d10708a7e96266bb637eaa98fSHA-256: 0896c8cda364d1714bb4b97e7c8a1da85ce28cf1d1bfc0aa0fb568981ed3b701 openstack-neutron-mellanox-2014.1.5-14.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: ccfe531ffe6aa7d3e06dbd2ff459096eSHA-256: 6c30fc6410a03390315b61d602b0fb434b95815db002dd0e087aef5445a078a1 openstack-neutron-metaplugin-2014.1.5-14.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: dc11d2407c3a676ccaf73cb1d151f0dcSHA-256: e74de200569a66db8de7c20365eae2594b4c897536c26d1308a4f05585b1ddb9 openstack-neutron-metering-agent-2014.1.5-14.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 96ba8a147040ec5a8d91ad2ab9f7647dSHA-256: 55a75ab338855fd236d582e0c5f53d2f27ea72fe2659af93c11a770e095c2e36 openstack-neutron-midonet-2014.1.5-14.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: a3aa5f05abfe7e18c0c275043d8f77ddSHA-256: a7ab97a15f78ca991158f5e9fccf01dcb4ad6cb2265e0cd755645021882390c5 openstack-neutron-ml2-2014.1.5-14.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: c64829ac32c1c9383cd0cde9591ccba6SHA-256: 21f149197e0843202d46859661c5fc6a2052a621a60c6469da0017df458e8a6a openstack-neutron-nec-2014.1.5-14.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: e6c7cada23cce54be0436570e2e5c2c4SHA-256: 8c4681cba03a4fbaf67586ddf4aecd487b2d6a3fe0a48fb4ebdac1c60991efc4 openstack-neutron-nuage-2014.1.5-14.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 2bd6c8bd46e30b0312fabf070958b068SHA-256: 37aff8f2210faa2b010e538f925d8e8f565ba3214d8d864398bdeb554ad77336 openstack-neutron-ofagent-2014.1.5-14.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 686a9f1b34691e44a1d0fb4e1aa32820SHA-256: 18bbb4272c45abf6601a7dd93685465c495abe26a953f796b05318a56fa18313 openstack-neutron-oneconvergence-nvsd-2014.1.5-14.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 60075d70cb704725f35ab5dce04c7f9fSHA-256: 090c6a8a0b397ed685659dafafb12f6fb03a3d7e44ae5e8ed42ce71b04e28da5 openstack-neutron-openvswitch-2014.1.5-14.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 1c99c951b811be8d805db4ede9c6e216SHA-256: 0689aef0b11450e110475ee68e5fb0a288446ee8166274f0c8db13f4dbcb3d7c openstack-neutron-plumgrid-2014.1.5-14.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 89e50a9aa771f61157a7d13dc3ee55bbSHA-256: b2a0fa8ad9fdb34ae4205e7938c0e8d796827aefc07e9b0bc8aeeef01c24146b openstack-neutron-ryu-2014.1.5-14.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 544a573169d608a743683fa19820d083SHA-256: 05319fa50b2616674836a4dba28b9ecbe3caf6c6f0f576c10af61e7fe9a5e44f openstack-neutron-vmware-2014.1.5-14.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 695ac4a80a25b38c563c576a748a57e8SHA-256: 067f60a662585b56a5666b6c4a413a0b04c0364154f53065edfa45fb2d8a6cc4 openstack-neutron-vpn-agent-2014.1.5-14.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 8fb4e7e157bbcd164a22aba5e12a6c51SHA-256: a9bf0c7c8429ce2a005e4661fd74d221f5dfee1b8a60aeb684faad186def7fd4 python-neutron-2014.1.5-14.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 4be07cf69be065e62457bf6bce76e91fSHA-256: 8ca7e2e43d2b518803a95126ae8f07bc2a077c0e2f25f089a224d36113e527ad   (The unlinked packages above are only available from the Red Hat Network) 1341471 - neutron-openvswitch-agent service should automatically start openvswitch service These packages are GPG signed by Red Hat for security. Our key and details on how to verify the signature are available from:

RHBA-2016:1104-1: openstack-neutron bug fix advisory

Updated OpenStack Networking packages that resolve various issues are nowavailable for Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 6.0 (Juno) forRHEL 7. Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform provides the facilities forbuilding a private or public infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) cloudrunning on commonly available physical hardware.

This advisory includespackages for:* OpenStack Networking serviceOpenStack Networking (neutron) is a virtual network service for OpenStack.Just as OpenStack Compute (nova) provides an API to dynamically request andconfigure virtual servers, OpenStack Networking provides an API todynamically request and configure virtual networks.

These networks connect'interfaces' from other OpenStack services (e.g. virtual NICs from ComputeVMs).

The OpenStack Networking API supports extensions to provide advancednetwork capabilities (e.g. QoS, ACLs, network monitoring, etc.)Changes to the openstack-neutron component:* Previously, OpenStack Networking ports would sometimes become stuck in theBUILD state during migration of an instance.

Because Layer 2 population uses theport state to determine if there are ports in an ACTIVE state on a node, anduses that metric to decide if a tunnel can be formed to that node, networkingconnectivity between nodes would be broken because a tunnel could not be formedcorrectly. Previously, when an OVS agent retrieves information about a portduring a migration, it would cause the port to enter the BUILD state ifperformed at a specific timing. Now, this happens only if the port is unbound,or if the port is bound to the host requesting the information, so the port doesnot enter and stay in the BUILD state. (BZ#1289995)* Previously, ipset was not declared as a dependency of the Open vSwitch andLinux Bridge Neutron agents. However, ipset is a dependency of theopenstack-neutron package.

This would result in nodes where the packages for theOpen vSwitch or Linux Bridge agent were installed but the openstack-neutronpackage was not installed missing ipset, which the L2 agents require ipset toconfigure security groups. Now, ipset is a dependency of theopenstack-openvswitch-agent and openstack-linuxbridge-agent packages depend onipset. (BZ#1321870) Before applying this update, ensure all previously released errata relevant toyour system have been applied.Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 6 runs on Red Hat Enterprise Linux7.2.The Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 6 Release Notes contain thefollowing:* An explanation of the way in which the provided components interact to form aworking cloud computing environment.* Technology Previews, Recommended Practices, and Known Issues.* The channels required for Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 6,including which channels need to be enabled and disabled.The Release Notes are available at:https://access.redhat.com/site/documentation/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux_OpenStack_Platform/6/html/Release_Notes/index.htmlThis update is available through the Red Hat Network.

Details on how to use theRed Hat Network to apply this update are available athttps://access.redhat.com/site/articles/11258Red Hat OpenStack 6.0 for RHEL 7 SRPMS: openstack-neutron-2014.2.3-37.el7ost.src.rpm     MD5: 3a61a3a9542ca296823eb6ab2d215405SHA-256: 209ce87c18bcfa9b134c35dc79c181fd2d11f1fbe5752b698ddf1814093e735d   x86_64: openstack-neutron-2014.2.3-37.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: aab77b9c617d516b6f3dd23a7c3e09c0SHA-256: c2db10141d26fbd246b0a50762e9634fdf25b2ceff72ef6bce89ec739c60851a openstack-neutron-bigswitch-2014.2.3-37.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 688927c11843671bb7f37f060a5efbe8SHA-256: eca8d17619d508620577697222d892fe81b93a52612609bb0609406d0b858033 openstack-neutron-brocade-2014.2.3-37.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: fd2c67e5395274717a420b0d99c54cd9SHA-256: cd0b839e54a4710ac3335733c96aed06d0defa72a0e51e697d679b5bda0b2a0b openstack-neutron-cisco-2014.2.3-37.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 867bc9ce101220163a60905d9d18d4a1SHA-256: 3e3011156620d60e129dc19596a7e6b2c58b3487bec32da3428f5474b42f7e0b openstack-neutron-common-2014.2.3-37.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 619e59560e3f4a9ef679fbc135264968SHA-256: f16303671c32b3293f620bebbfb94b1a48b83a024dd80c93892337a9d053e6a6 openstack-neutron-embrane-2014.2.3-37.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: a46bc983fc5e9ebffb4a0febb7700395SHA-256: 117358c3ac5e584992ba291ccd4d7f141dccfb23585aa4e177d1871738541ce8 openstack-neutron-hyperv-2014.2.3-37.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 9ac7fda7398417aba51420e8e51debaaSHA-256: 62ad07b6ba24cda309a51442a39f822c979ddf8a9e1e542dfd1e06028d3d2426 openstack-neutron-ibm-2014.2.3-37.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 31a315187acb71096dfd9897043d9649SHA-256: 6eaf855dd9621265e371b0ff7889b44dc02820576f8c377b96cac06443b97e71 openstack-neutron-linuxbridge-2014.2.3-37.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: aef4f5f7ecc072baf79d961d6109c0c1SHA-256: 9f3c723c78f98f5cb0b9e00250d4eceeb3f7e41f82f66595b3642de209251805 openstack-neutron-mellanox-2014.2.3-37.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: b778fafd4448758a26595523d193774dSHA-256: 742900f646f4e8d14982412004ca63031d0a6d7803a9de584e8d05ddc4af225c openstack-neutron-metaplugin-2014.2.3-37.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 867f1bd9550e0ac279699042eba9bdeeSHA-256: af0f2ff745fa82b6a6ab754797befd767618d9edd2393fb6c0cc9095a74496e3 openstack-neutron-metering-agent-2014.2.3-37.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: e42391b9255792fff81ebc1d3dd6bd3fSHA-256: c43aa86792f239e48a0087be52a4110ed70b43895df2868e515530555c6ff023 openstack-neutron-midonet-2014.2.3-37.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: b15c19b8ff6117fbcad9b27ab3dee5f7SHA-256: bf2778d34901820d9c9c1132176c503bc8676383a5d4318475447520711e7c39 openstack-neutron-ml2-2014.2.3-37.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: f470fe40ca8630577f6dd83eec7ba322SHA-256: 1063f2bcbd420d7e624939b7d258408f2f512af8dcc4f4b8d7e9616a946e1987 openstack-neutron-nec-2014.2.3-37.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 264e9ecc7df2666525c200cbe6713286SHA-256: 231dbe854323ec5ff2df64bb1329ee996f599fda11f2aec39d05905ffea5f299 openstack-neutron-nuage-2014.2.3-37.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: dab7a7e906bf0e54a89916f8a9175d04SHA-256: 87c209a962a5066fa88156e5595bbfa5a7328d6b16dc035f4b8cb10553a22c0d openstack-neutron-ofagent-2014.2.3-37.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 0310bfa40562aa6c098629bcb7759a73SHA-256: 9050dd49ca6d9246ce044691f7736c50136124044bb5610665e18dd379260a3b openstack-neutron-oneconvergence-nvsd-2014.2.3-37.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 2f1655530a389efc866c4cd4b721e5f4SHA-256: 62366a0cc379917ca710c273d2f731dbbee1d9efc74d734b14bd153488d2dab1 openstack-neutron-opencontrail-2014.2.3-37.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 484021b828424816a7bbd0297c40ab82SHA-256: 2b7ce5ca3d2e86b0d84a9df4faa050338a76b8ee15b7296eab227a4a6f3e20a3 openstack-neutron-openvswitch-2014.2.3-37.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 7134b181d13e240b3750b5041198f79cSHA-256: da43a418fad1bef0bf9970a5f85fec1580199be97a999df03784c9c0ba4b56b6 openstack-neutron-plumgrid-2014.2.3-37.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: e8c6204d3d49d0e09cd9c881bb369532SHA-256: c8e485d132c387355b53be33622fbd2c8a90eff060da06376294966030331dee openstack-neutron-ryu-2014.2.3-37.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 65c6b3f178044ec764cff522a3becc1cSHA-256: 12a9f9451d2300493db093a418fcbdb3fdc98446752a813db35743d155529448 openstack-neutron-sriov-nic-agent-2014.2.3-37.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: a999ded449503628f04b0b8c7ffcfe1eSHA-256: 8e9bfcb867a2b15c170c57fd434d03a0a6715d6dc4744330010ed16c5d80a520 openstack-neutron-vmware-2014.2.3-37.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 1b68603e3e33eef3af38ea51fc6bc71fSHA-256: b40ac67cd96cbfac7d155ee28bd51b33f3282d0fe1be03e58f1a915a2ffbc915 openstack-neutron-vpn-agent-2014.2.3-37.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: af533b30503881de45487c5ac0de2f40SHA-256: e27958fa5ef1629a7de997a801a697a1eefc2e4ef1305c1d27bb177dfc4e17cc python-neutron-2014.2.3-37.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: be0a5027c1c5eec5c5f33bc906b2b6a3SHA-256: c0eadc11ffd73f92eb8209a5882f4cdf85e26171a0374c8c06dbc2b9c28de0ec   (The unlinked packages above are only available from the Red Hat Network) 1289995 - Vxlan tunnel to the controller is not created on a compute node after perform multiple vm autoevacuations1321870 - neutron - Error while processing VIFS ports fails to apply iptables rules These packages are GPG signed by Red Hat for security. Our key and details on how to verify the signature are available from:

RHBA-2016:0130-1: openstack-neutron bug fix and enhancement advisory

Updated OpenStack Networking packages that resolve various issues are nowavailable for Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 6.0 (Juno) forRHEL 7. Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform provides the facilities forbuilding a private or public infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) cloudrunning on commonly available physical hardware. This advisory includespackages for:* OpenStack Networking serviceOpenStack Networking (neutron) is a virtual network service for OpenStack.Just as OpenStack Compute (nova) provides an API to dynamically request andconfigure virtual servers, OpenStack Networking provides an API todynamically request and configure virtual networks. These networks connect'interfaces' from other OpenStack services (e.g. virtual NICs from ComputeVMs). The OpenStack Networking API supports extensions to provide advancednetwork capabilities (e.g. QoS, ACLs, network monitoring, etc.) Before applying this update, ensure all previously released errata relevantto your system have been applied.Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 6 runs on Red Hat EnterpriseLinux 7.2.The Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 6 Release Notes contain thefollowing:* An explanation of the way in which the provided components interact toform a working cloud computing environment.* Technology Previews, Recommended Practices, and Known Issues.* The channels required for Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 6,including which channels need to be enabled and disabled.The Release Notes are available at:https://access.redhat.com/site/documentation/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux_OpenStack_Platform/6/html/Release_Notes/index.htmlThis update is available through the Red Hat Network. Details on how to usethe Red Hat Network to apply this update are available athttps://access.redhat.com/site/articles/11258Red Hat OpenStack 6.0 for RHEL 7 SRPMS: openstack-neutron-2014.2.3-33.el7ost.src.rpm     MD5: 1af76335ef49842ecea5c651b03aa4c0SHA-256: 014b1db87edaa90e2f7fbd215ade0c198c39f52e3274781b4de2e9c99c10965f python-UcsSdk-0.8.2.5-1.el7ost.src.rpm     MD5: 842d6110b03731891d1e4a8ffee1d633SHA-256: 924e216e78a955e255ae9aefda4dd23d6f0619b40cf9dc6e580ffb27417b7131 python-neutronclient-2.3.9-2.el7ost.src.rpm     MD5: c62ee49da041ca1619bf59fd7c86c019SHA-256: aa4adf2762b6984a0dd561fa941ab56ad37b4c2fa5deb35c118a08f422c9150a   x86_64: openstack-neutron-2014.2.3-33.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 37c93bf6a0fbd35d05f784b12873e6efSHA-256: b3f3c052182e29cce515546df0c4131ab5871ce115f3e469dda6a914b71eedfc openstack-neutron-bigswitch-2014.2.3-33.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: eb78d5c05b03cd817ac0c657c064c1baSHA-256: 03bf25d9e985c26d32f592e11e842107ec51d8db7e55810a7dcbd2abd5b7f585 openstack-neutron-brocade-2014.2.3-33.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 192580a2e292214bb6cb316ca6c0c982SHA-256: d00e1e3269cae62d9c99bcaa11f9c83f7d3439c9bed6b13c18c5f914078d3581 openstack-neutron-cisco-2014.2.3-33.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 3b3973f9864efece0587f4d1f606c95dSHA-256: 7ace6a9ea7fad7a9022bef12f303a1a26b284ac0771c7de3c61fe1b6f25c1c68 openstack-neutron-common-2014.2.3-33.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: f80af81f0df7e8cd27701b16e9f0fbd6SHA-256: 14deaf0ae0fc263672033ea582e4bdcf8c7bb1b35b126b2a96ba8b19904c4361 openstack-neutron-embrane-2014.2.3-33.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 0a9ef11ab119b17d030287200786ce52SHA-256: a49caeca54bb0b8c6e3e6eb76653b750b4c590c7a0a8bd1b77b89f78f6eef187 openstack-neutron-hyperv-2014.2.3-33.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 684825e4168bceea4ba8f51831c8c949SHA-256: 7a3d1506a08c42a1d4b377165f9e51060538ccb2eb9be0cb42a57deebe5fea2d openstack-neutron-ibm-2014.2.3-33.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: e69096f3b77fc2ae3616683ec0d3c4e3SHA-256: 8e5034a3d8c65137bb941d666bba34887a06ec2472b07a06b223011aa9bb24e7 openstack-neutron-linuxbridge-2014.2.3-33.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 44dd6220a9d238dadd2a24cb17467ee8SHA-256: b4e40cd5509031337f7fba75b4634daa60cd4f4dfaddd839fd6e0aaaf9a9ef1d openstack-neutron-mellanox-2014.2.3-33.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: fa4f1c2703c52ca2cf72f7bb26945142SHA-256: 55b676f1a2ef1cd396e0c64f6d05a510ffab42813a05461103a783097b2bd532 openstack-neutron-metaplugin-2014.2.3-33.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: b679c24c36ecd194ef26f4e17f44ed87SHA-256: dc7e615cd782a394375c627f6de5727a85dbde7db833c5105acc3c8455e1b341 openstack-neutron-metering-agent-2014.2.3-33.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 8e29443c4389e07a65b1ca8f38fbed34SHA-256: 3ba4722b8e8740b20a6bd5a7ca13d0de4c3d58ecb9db1cbcf51710b5451fb209 openstack-neutron-midonet-2014.2.3-33.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: e7f4d3f1d0fbcea1ddafe2d4e833502fSHA-256: 2c9cce5c76d1c5d6cd71b5b221ffa105099919079366f52f1da61f782138c288 openstack-neutron-ml2-2014.2.3-33.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 956cee42f568cd9eeceb7339c4bef1e1SHA-256: 4a5c4b34192e7e30ed8dba71308e74be85d633830ca0d22a1f8e45537bb73f1a openstack-neutron-nec-2014.2.3-33.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: ac54e97a2b9322f744aba9c14b4b3da2SHA-256: 88899d713ce571143645f83a8269fcc5320d6cf92ad4464d1f6fe664f07f2d1d openstack-neutron-nuage-2014.2.3-33.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 281f9c2dceebf00041678b8ecab8e125SHA-256: 76a2e5e6ae466ed532db674301bc025ea92776051dd9cb6debf01ced8adb1d24 openstack-neutron-ofagent-2014.2.3-33.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 87e741300aaf1969fca40e1e4fd6a200SHA-256: c6b2c2a0a0d796f69173cff025695f3e43baae3ed34a8e567cfdfcdee9a5f070 openstack-neutron-oneconvergence-nvsd-2014.2.3-33.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: d672f7ae8ac1b795a6c8d0c665b09a08SHA-256: 5d7d0b2e5ac541426c24a638075ea7eab372a5d048a556acbf79de8353664f07 openstack-neutron-opencontrail-2014.2.3-33.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: d356022b5ce12c1b0805d2965f17a9cdSHA-256: 2117a2106acd45eca428a31260b5c838ac380b1b59d8bd8fc84af16fc9accc00 openstack-neutron-openvswitch-2014.2.3-33.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 54c4d218f4ac5f257a328222b68b3dbdSHA-256: df2b27da70117701b3ece3ec2bbfa3a049b72ed84fc67841302ac6d2808363d1 openstack-neutron-plumgrid-2014.2.3-33.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 39040c7f2246b62f7576ba2e4acdb88fSHA-256: e8eacae778627eac55ba8fedf5913d8ae633bcb9ec6eea6384223c4c65feb347 openstack-neutron-ryu-2014.2.3-33.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 943911bbafc46e110dec982bc0ae1bcdSHA-256: bb1acb2483005d8f75b7a8ac2959231debcc1761abd53770898e7cfcc36bd603 openstack-neutron-sriov-nic-agent-2014.2.3-33.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 8efe05ee8018ebd122941753b0bdc731SHA-256: 8d747bc8ef196ff7a0d321cc11387d07a958395c83dfffd950130816d5701f55 openstack-neutron-vmware-2014.2.3-33.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: fec1eecb7d8892b7dfaa67752c2f1c25SHA-256: d70f9a00d4128c174f855fe18606c778851cb8edef4a1933512bc47600930447 openstack-neutron-vpn-agent-2014.2.3-33.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 40ca4a7051fb53026bb27a2f640f2bd4SHA-256: ba7e5e378fb0590c9f91afc9393b13563994042b158557ea45ef09812075babc python-UcsSdk-0.8.2.5-1.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 03903a68d36c8ed0e7cf8e8dbd67fb75SHA-256: 44be32e38735ba57f24d7f8dfabf0942461865a5e2069a65f6ea54457f3d8133 python-neutron-2014.2.3-33.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: 5761a1239b7c02fa01ff618d63a3075eSHA-256: ddd6f33a1601911b2016d0588c37a34e21cfb768075a88c4f07ae12cd45b3ee3 python-neutronclient-2.3.9-2.el7ost.noarch.rpm     MD5: da2ffee34671239ea1095a578e6c3373SHA-256: 0418dac7c84c2651225b44c2c10eae1733f7f0040279fa7ce0ce0011cb658819   (The unlinked packages above are only available from the Red Hat Network) 1250137 - ipset functional tests assume system capability1266975 - ipset - Hash is full, cannot add more elements1277859 - Backport UCS Manager code to OSP 61278786 - python-neutronclient should pass additional arguments to client.construct_http_client into keystoneclient1291687 - Backport: L3 agent: explicit call to resync on init may lead to double syncing1292589 - neutron-l3-agent cannot correctly create routers on RHEL 7.21297908 - Add python-UcsSdk to RHEL OSP 61297946 - DBDeadLock Error deleting floating IP1298598 - AssertionError: Calling waitall() from within one of the GreenPool's greenthreads will never terminate These packages are GPG signed by Red Hat for security. 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Linksys 8-Port Switch, First In The Line Of Networking Peripherals Made...

New Linksys WRT 8-Port Gigabit Switch Expands the Number of Wired Connections on a Home Network Rushden, UK - October 14, 2014 - Linksys®, a leading brand in wireless networking, today announced the Linksys WRT 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet Switch (SE4008), the first in a lineup of new networking peripherals made to complement the award winning Linksys Wireless-AC Dual Band Wireless Router (WRT1900AC). With sleek lines and designed to physically stack below the WRT1900AC router, the WRT 8-port switch expands a home network while reducing the clutter and creating a clean "stack" of vital networking components. Offering easy connectivity of up to eight devices, the new WRT Switch brings maximum Gigabit transfer speeds to wired products such as game consoles, printers, hard drives, IP cameras and more."This 8-Port Switch was designed and developed for our loyal WRT router fans. As with the legacy WRT router line, we had stackable solutions to help make it easier to connect other products and save space on the desktop, all while building a tower of networking solutions that were all in one place and simple to access," said Mike Chen, Linksys vice president of product management. "Our introduction of the WRT 8-port switch is our first in a line-up of networking peripherals that will stack below our flagship WRT router to enhance the performance or use of a home network." At a Glance Features:Eight Gigabit Ethernet ports deliver speeds up to ten times faster than Fast EthernetSpace-Saving Design: Build up the WRT system while saving desktop space with the switch's unique stackable designQuality of Service (QoS): Prioritise network traffic such as video and audio applications for optimal streaming from a connected routerAuto-Sensing Ports: Advanced ports maximise data flow rates to connected devices. Additionally, when a connected device is turned off or not in use, the SE4008 will place the port in power-saving modeEasy Setup: Simply plug a router into the switch and instantly connect devices to your Wi-Fi networkLED Indicators: Located on the front of the switch for simple troubleshootingNetwork Switch Adds Connectivity to your NetworkFrom surfing the Web to creating a robust local area network, you'll experience exceptionally fast wired speeds and versatile connectivity with our SE4008 WRT Switch. The switch fits below the WRT1900AC router (sold separately), while also being compatible with other routers, to create a powerful and space-efficient WRT network.8-Port Gigabit Ethernet Switch For The Fastest Wired SpeedsEasily connect a gaming console, an IP camera, an external hard drive, or other devices to a home or office network and take advantage of ultra-fast wired Internet speeds. The switch is outfitted with eight Gigabit Ethernet ports that deliver speeds of up to 1,000 Mbps—up to 10 times faster than a traditional Fast Ethernet (10/100) connection. Quality of Service (QoS) technology helps prioritise video and audio applications for better streaming.Perfect With The WRT1900AC RouterWith its sleek lines and designed to physically stack below the WRT1900AC, the SE4008 is a perfect match for the iconic WRT1900AC router (sold separately)—allowing users to expand their local area network and connect devices to the Internet without taking up additional shelf space. The switch is also compatible with most other Wi-Fi routers.Power-Saving Mode Helps Reduce Energy UseTo maximise energy efficiency and help you save on your electricity bills, the SE4008 automatically enters into power-saving mode when it detects that a port is not in use or a connected device is turned off. Pricing and AvailabilityThe SE4008 8-Port Gigabit Switch is available today for an MSRP of £ 54.99 at major retail and online resellers.About LinksysThe Linksys brand has pioneered wireless connectivity since its inception in 1988 with its leading innovation and engineering strategies, and best-in-class technology, design, and customer service. Linksys enables a connected lifestyle for people at home, at work and on the move, and with its award-winning products, simplifies home control, entertainment, security and Internet access through innovative features and a growing application and partner ecosystem. For more information, visit linksys.com, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter or watch us on YouTube.###BELKIN, LINKSYS and many product names and logos are trademarks of Belkin International. Third-party trademarks mentioned are the property of their respective owners.Media ContactCarly MorrisLinksys@axicom.com 02083928070 Source: RealWire

Linksys Debuts 28- and 52-Port Managed Switches

The switches feature port authentication and MAC-based port security, requiring clients to authenticate themselves before any data is passed. Wireless connectivity and networking specialist Linksys launched a line of managed switches that are available in a 28- and 52-port rack mountable chassis, with and without Power over Ethernet (PoE) Plus functionality. The switches feature port authentication and MAC-based port security, requiring clients to authenticate themselves before any data is passed, while advanced Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) snooping and IP-MAC-Port binding functions help ensure network integrity and work to prevent network attacks. The PoE+ models support the latest IEEE 802.3at (PoE+) standard and provide up to a 30-watt power budget per Ethernet port while offering IEEE 802.3af (PoE) backward compatibility. For network designers and administrators, PoE simplifies the task of powering devices in remote locations. In one key example, PoE changes the entire cost structure for deployment of voice over IP (VOIP) phones in an enterprise, where phones need to be placed in locations without dependency on AC outlets, Wayne Newton, director of channel sales for Linksys Business, told eWEEK. Newton also noted the reliability of PoE, which has fewer wires, translating into less of a likelihood for an inadvertent power disruption. Also, with an uninterrupted power supply, power to the devices is assured during a power failure. In addition, Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) and Storm Control features help control planned or inadvertent cable loops, so administrators can build a mesh of switches and expand the network to support an organization's growing workforce. "We target businesses 99 seats and less. However, our sweet spot is 20 users and less. Because our switches were built specifically for SMBs … these switches … are targeted to environments from 10-99," Newton said. "While the port counts do go up to 52 ports, these switches are ideal for offices such as real estate, design firms, banks, doctor offices or even small businesses." Other features include Gigabit or 10-Gigabit uplink SFP/SFP+ fiber-optic port expansions for servers and data centers and a host of quality of service (QoS) features so that traffic can be prioritized for improved user experiences for real-time applications like voice and video along with bandwidth-intensive graphics or video file uploads and downloads. "Video is already an important tool for businesses today—everything from training, in house and externally—to education of customers and partners to video conferencing," Netwon said. "Businesses are also leveraging video to better communicate their company and services on their Websites and other marketing vehicles." On the security front, the switches feature port authentication and MAC-based port security, requiring clients to authenticate themselves before any data is passed. The Managed Gigabit Switches are currently available through major distributors and resellers. The 28-port Managed Gigabit Switch carries a suggested price of $549.99, while the 52-port model sells for $849.99. The 28-port Managed PoE+ Gigabit Switch is available for $949.99, and the 52-port Managed PoE+ Gigabit Switch is on offer for $1,299.99.  

RHBA-2014:0960-1: Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Manager 3.4.1

Details Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Manager 3.4.1 is now available. Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Manager is a visual tool for centrallymanaging collections of virtual servers running Red Hat Enterprise Linux andMicrosoft Windows. This package also includes the Red Hat EnterpriseVirtualization Manager API, a set of scriptable commands that giveadministrators the ability to perform queries and operations on Red HatEnterprise Virtualization Manager.The Manager is a JBoss Application Server application that provides severalinterfaces through which the virtual environment can be accessed and interactedwith, including an Administration Portal, a User Portal, and a RepresentationalState Transfer (REST) Application Programming Interface (API).These updated Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Manager packages includenumerous bug fixes and various enhancements. Space precludes documenting all ofthese changes in this advisory. Users are directed to the Red Hat EnterpriseVirtualization 3.4 Technical Notes:https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Virtualization/3.4/html-single/Technical_Notes/index.htmlAll Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Manager users are advised to upgrade tothese updated packages, which resolve these issues and add these enhancements. Solution Before applying this update, make sure all previously released errata relevantto your system have been applied.This update is available via the Red Hat Network. Details on how to use the RedHat Network to apply this update are available athttps://access.redhat.com/site/articles/11258 Updated packages Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.4 SRPMS: rhevm-3.4.1-0.30.el6ev.src.rpm     MD5: 553657d43ec188503539a295a8340242SHA-256: 6c2d27ed47953f45896b475fb9b3b29caf4504eea0c00b4f3a5dffe8a1b88c81   x86_64: rhevm-3.4.1-0.30.el6ev.noarch.rpm     MD5: 8d56f85877517c1b25eb83ba94d83859SHA-256: 5f007ec84c23763c4b4ef1e3a3ffd6f8271deef22454b834fac1810fd4e2517c rhevm-backend-3.4.1-0.30.el6ev.noarch.rpm     MD5: b103cea825d9342846637375e39b9459SHA-256: 18e235ddd1cde9da90efdcff5458c2db45a9354d34fa86c869d0902726d4e2c5 rhevm-dbscripts-3.4.1-0.30.el6ev.noarch.rpm     MD5: e8f608e0ac4c461a3b3bd7ffaa429a3eSHA-256: 8a6a6835f24c0d28a31129b20c8b6ff8ef27158d3a831e8deb48f5293eea3844 rhevm-lib-3.4.1-0.30.el6ev.noarch.rpm     MD5: 7cc085b6a6558076a6513247a54fc555SHA-256: c4447f14178853916f8fa288da8af0a56da07d73796ccf768aa395061d3fa6d2 rhevm-restapi-3.4.1-0.30.el6ev.noarch.rpm     MD5: a95823d344491d972c4264113d4aeef0SHA-256: 9ab57314e8147a8bf639e87e9751d2d52d389b3e67f4841871a435921348d36c rhevm-setup-3.4.1-0.30.el6ev.noarch.rpm     MD5: be8b91eb74b62c6342baab124ef6ac01SHA-256: 37fdd53868834640d010fa7a4215fccd7a0c76d37bd670153465e5ed13db99b1 rhevm-setup-base-3.4.1-0.30.el6ev.noarch.rpm     MD5: 7cd1ca273df113a2f9f79d35747556deSHA-256: 75a6e4f6616a1f5caef28cbc77f5de1cff6f4dc5a89b66bef4d7cc15e0b3501b rhevm-setup-plugin-allinone-3.4.1-0.30.el6ev.noarch.rpm     MD5: ac94eca0be22ee6fdbed2cf910fb7a27SHA-256: 8104433ec6ecf4aebb613e4cd2a8a1b7f32457242c544401a6344e71cddce44e rhevm-setup-plugin-ovirt-engine-3.4.1-0.30.el6ev.noarch.rpm     MD5: 5a41720ef25e8083103a66a6d822142eSHA-256: 9cc0a1ec8c09c9e7f0c4395072d25aedaa017abd0575f9865bca613154d01dc5 rhevm-setup-plugin-ovirt-engine-common-3.4.1-0.30.el6ev.noarch.rpm     MD5: d055b6b53a8e639d05270b7f47776897SHA-256: 4495c8f781d0b87048fbec7715e9d7a7c17dd1c16b97a2a61a54b0c686afb802 rhevm-setup-plugin-websocket-proxy-3.4.1-0.30.el6ev.noarch.rpm     MD5: d71bb74d4b422a58ea94d098a69052f6SHA-256: b9eb542a87709be8c4ef40b762772770d96d4e6c666262d2a85414d5f82bd7ac rhevm-tools-3.4.1-0.30.el6ev.noarch.rpm     MD5: e5db58b1c38309e353648757d0e54184SHA-256: ae22ad544e98765252cf94dc51e7e3bd6bee070963191d1aca62379e3f3513d5 rhevm-userportal-3.4.1-0.30.el6ev.noarch.rpm     MD5: dd73be3e6118f9f2954ea72379c77b3aSHA-256: 6a4d3db8e81f29d116b2cf872bc0e971505a4c7ef4adb9af108a1329a5a1a3d4 rhevm-webadmin-portal-3.4.1-0.30.el6ev.noarch.rpm     MD5: 5d127992698d2c1960afa6f6bf2948f9SHA-256: 1fef4c9353327895b8d4067ab57581a988f33eddb59e1b5f8ac8d786efa1d64a rhevm-websocket-proxy-3.4.1-0.30.el6ev.noarch.rpm     MD5: a276647c94c48928c3beb020c2a0df12SHA-256: 4f827dab384f3afee86aef97286154629e165c7ecb55794a49b80170a37b3146   (The unlinked packages above are only available from the Red Hat Network)Bugs fixed (see bugzilla for more information) 1073070 - Upgrading a hypervisor automatically puts it into an Up state1075500 - VdsNotRespondingTreatment Job is not marked as finished.1098962 - Batch updates might create a database deadlock1099504 - Cannot sysprep Windows VM with different time zone than the one set in VM dialog / System side-tab1099507 - Run once vm with attached cd, not attach payload1101447 - smartcard entries are duplicated every time a template is saved, resulting in unbootable VMs1102687 - [engine-backend] [iSCSI multipath] Internal engine error when vdsm fails to connect to storage server with IscsiNodeError1102783 - [engine-backend] When committing a snapshot that contains disk and conf. of the 'Active VM', engine doesn't report about the result of the operation1102784 - Need warning message for moving sparse disk from file to block as it will become preallocated1102785 - [engine-backend] [external-provider] engine failure while createVolume task is running in vdsm (as part of importing an image from glance), leaves image in LOCKED state1103679 - [RFE] Wipe after Delete flag modification while VM is Up1105080 - Can't configure vNIC QoS to "unlimited" once it had been set1105622 - Templates not being listed under Create Pool dialog pop-up1105849 - Performing Live Storage Migration when target domain equal to source domain will cause infinite loop of 'LiveMigrateDiskCommand'1108174 - [engine-backend] [iSCSI multipath] Required cluster network shouldn't be allowed to be added to an iSCSI multipath bond1108673 - [User Portal] Windows VNC-based VM are opened via RDP by default in User Portal1108675 - Reduce blocking operations as part of hosts & VMs monitoring cycles1108676 - Run once vm via REST with <pause>true</pause> parameter, save this parameter true also in next runs1110307 - notifier daemon is not keeping startup settings after upgrade to 3.31110662 - [upgrade/async-tasks] 'Plugin' object has no attribute 'queryBoolean'1110687 - Inconsistent VirtIO direct lun disk attachment behaviour.1111084 - rhevm-engine-setup: weak default passwords for PostgreSQL database users1113075 - When RHEV reports a problem with a storage domain, it should report **which** storage domain1114266 - [rhevm] 3.4.1 rebase bug (includes all ovirt bugs in the release)1114587 - Failed VM migrations do not release VM resource lock properly leading to failures in subsequent migration attempts1114618 - System is not power on after a fencing operation (ILO3).1117288 - [ upgrade] During upgrade 'redhat-support-plugin-rhev' package is not updated to latest version and remains with old version.1118259 - RHEV needs to support 4,000 GB of Memory1118920 - engine serves only English docs when other locales are installed These packages are GPG signed by Red Hat for security. 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