Download OracleLinux 9.0

The description

Oracle Linux 9.0, also known as Oracle Enterprise Linux or OEL for short, is a free, customized distribution based on the source code of Red Hat Enterprise Linux, the latest version of which was released in September 2022 by Oracle for the x86-64 architecture , ARM64 have been released.Oracle Linux provides a highly efficient and secure operating system, tools for virtualization, management, automation, and native cloud computing in an easy-to-manage package. Oracle Linux is a 100% compatible replacement for Red Hat Enterprise Linux and CentOS Linux and is supported in hybrid and multi-cloud environments.

Oracle Linux 9.0 Features and Functionality

  • DTrace support for quick and convenient diagnostics and fixes Performance and stability issues
  • Improvements and fixes for NUMA balancing issues that could cause increased I/O wait times when this feature was enabled.
  • Support for new RDMA over Converged Ethernet feature
  • Support for new features TCP-BBR can be used to achieve higher bandwidth and lower latency for Internet traffic.
  • Continued improvements to Btrfs extensibility, performance, and stability are key features of this new release.
  • Enabling Secure Encrypted Virtualization (SEV) for AMD-V
  • Enabling User Mode Instructions Prevention (UMIP) for Intel processors
  • Easier to use Linux (LXC) and Docker containers
  • Improved Secure Boot To protect the system from malicious code that is loaded and executed at the start of the boot process.

System Requirements Oracle Linux 9.0

  • AMD Opteron, Intel PentiumĀ® at 500 MHz or faster, or Intel EM64T.
  • At least 500 MB of disk space available for installation, 10 GB recommended.
  • 1 GB minimum physical memory, 4 GB recommended.

Oracle Linux 9.0 Image

OracleLinux 9.0

Installation guide

Burn the ISO file to DVD or USB (using software like Rufus) and boot it.

If you intend to install this operating system on pre-built servers, before installation, check server hardware compatibility through this link.

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