Red Hat said that its latest version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 5.3 offers enhanced ability of the OS to run x86-64 virtualized environments. Red Hat increased to 126 the number of physical CPUs that can be supported per RHEL instance. It also boosted maximum memory per machine to 1TB. The company has also increased the limits on virtual CPU and memory, paravirtualized device drivers, and the number of allowed users for disks and network interfaces.
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