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What’s New In CentOS 6.5?

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The pace of development for CentOS can sometimes seem frustratingly slow. But, for an industry that values stability and predictability over access to bleeding edge features, a distribution that’s slow to change is a virtue. So, when CentOS does have an upgrade, it’s definitely worth paying attention to. In the most recent release, there are a number of features that will be of interest to web hosting companies and we are going to have a look at some of the major changes here.

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