Oracle Linux 9.0, also referred to as Oracle Enterprise Linux or OEL for short, is a customized and free distribution based on the source code of Red Hat Enterprise Linux, the last version of which was released in September 2022 by Oracle for architecture x86-64, ARM64 has been released. Oracle Linux provides a highly efficient and secure operating system, virtualization, management, automation, and cloud-native computing tools in one 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.
Features and features of Oracle Linux 9.0
- DTrace support to quickly and easily diagnose and fix performance and stability issues
- Improvements and fixes related to NUMA balancing could cause increased I/O wait times when this feature was enabled.
- Support for the new RDMA over Converged Ethernet feature
- Support for the new TCP-BBR feature that can be used to achieve higher bandwidth and lower latency for Internet traffic.
- Continuous improvement in extensibility, performance, and stability of Btrfs are key features of this new version.
- Enabling Secure Encrypted Virtualization (SEV) for AMD-V
- Enabling User-Mode Instruction Prevention (UMIP) for Intel processors
- Easier to use Linux Containers (LXC) and Docker
- Improved Secure boot to protect the system from malicious code that is loaded and executed early in the boot process.
System requirements Oracle Linux 9.0
- AMD Opteron, Intel Pentium® at 500 MHz or faster, or Intel EM64T.
- Minimum 500 MB free disk space for installation, 10 GB recommended.
- Minimum 1 GB physical memory, 4 GB recommended.
Oracle Linux 9.0 images
Burn the ISO file to DVD or USB (using software like Rufus ) and boot it.
If you intend to install this operating system on prefabricated servers, before installation, check the compatibility of the server hardware through this link.