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Chapter 2.  New Packages

2.1. RHEA-2009:1284: blktrace
2.2. RHEA-2009:1325: celt051
2.3. RHEA-2009:1383: ctdb
2.4. RHEA-2009:1276: etherboot
2.5. RHEA-2009:1318: fcoe-utils
2.6. RHEA-2009:1320: fuse
2.7. RHEA-2009:1297: gnupg2
2.8. RHEA-2009:1281: hmaccalc
2.9. RHEA-2009:1275: iasl
2.10. RHEA-2009:1272: kvm
2.11. RHEA-2009:1296: libassuan
2.12. RHEA-2009:1314: libhbaapi
2.13. RHEA-2009:1316: libhbalinux
2.14. RHEA-2009:1295: libksba
2.15. RHEA-2009:1315: libpciaccess
2.16. RHEA-2009:1326: log4cpp
2.17. RHEA-2009:1245: pdksh
2.18. RHEA-2009:1302: perl-Sys-Virt
2.19. RHEA-2009:1293: pinentry
2.20. RHEA-2009:1294: pth
2.21. RHEA-2009:1309: qcairo
2.22. RHBA-2009:1323: qffmpeg
2.23. RHEA-2009:1305: qpixman
2.24. RHEA-2009:1334: qspice
2.25. RHEA-2009:1399: samba3x
2.26. RHEA-2009:1308: xorg-x11-drv-qxl
2.27. RHEA-2009:1406: xorg-x11-xdm

2.1.  RHEA-2009:1284: blktrace

A new package is now available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.
blktrace is a block layer IO tracing mechanism which provides detailed information about request queue operations to user space.
This new package includes both blktrace, a utility which gathers event traces from the kernel; and blkparse, a utility which formats trace data collected by blktrace.

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