Spacewalk 0.6 RELEASED

Spacewalk 0.6 is finally here! In a few hours, Spacewalk 0.6 will be available for installing. With this release, as with previous releases, Spacewalk 0.4 will no longer be available for download.

http://spacewalk.redhat.com/yum/0.6/RHEL/5/os/

http://spacewalk.redhat.com/yum/0.6/Fedora/10//os/

http://spacewalk.redhat.com/yum/0.6/Fedora/11//os/

Make sure to read over the Installation Guide again. If you are upgrading from 0.5 to 0.6, please checkout:

http://fedorahosted.org/spacewalk/wiki/HowToUpgrade

Features & Enhancements

Bugs fixed

This release fixed approximately 120 bugs – http://bit.ly/14ahTW

Known issues

  • PostgreSQL support does not work, but the infrastructure has  been committed. We will need help with moving this forward.
  • Fedora GPG key not recognized by rhnPackageKey table, packages will show up as unknown Provider.
  • Documentation search does not work, other search are unaffected.

Community

We greatly appreciate the contributions the community has made to  this release. Thank you very much.

  • Gurjeet Singh
  • Joshua Roys
  • Mark Chappell
  • Maxim Burgerhout
  • Muhammad Farrukh
  • Satoru SATOH
  • Tom Lane
  • Vikram Rai

Do you want to get your name on the AWESOME Contributors List? Simply submit a patch.

Installation Help

http://fedorahosted.org/spacewalk/wiki/HowToInstall#Installation

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4 responses to “Spacewalk 0.6 RELEASED

  1. Thank you guys!

    I’m waiting PostgreSQL support to introduce spacewalk in my company, because I have no chances of success with the Oracle dependency :(

    Keep on rocking.

  2. Great news. Kudos and many thanks to all the developers! Same as Juanjo I’m looking forward to PostgreSQL support as Oracle is not an option in the environment I work in. Keep up the great work and relentless progress in the PostgreSQL area :-)

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