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Oracle's Unbreakable Linux website takes a break

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It might be dubbed "unbreakable", but Oracle’s Unbreakable Linux website is certainly stoppable.

The online support network feeding the enterprise-grade distro with fixes and updates will be taken offline by the database giant on Friday. It will be down for three hours from 3pm Pacific time (11pm UK) on 2 August, the company said, citing “scheduled maintenance”.

Oracle has advised users to “plan accordingly”. The website is described by Oracle as “a comprehensive resource for Oracle Linux support subscribers, and offers access to Linux software patches, updates and fixes”.

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