Ubuntu Server 13.10 is out, and with it comes the 3.11 kernel with production-ready Bcache and dm-cache SSD caching options. SSD caching can help speed up NAS devices significantly by allowing reads and writes to hit SSDs before slower rotational media.
Ubuntu 13.1o is considered a stable release, although it’s only supported for 9 months. The next release will be 14.04 LTS with 5 years of support.
Information about other server package updates in Ubuntu 13.10 can be found in the release notes.
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It is 2014 and we have version 14 now.
Ubuntu Server 14.10
Anyone use this? The latest version of Ubuntu Server, including the Juno release of OpenStack and support for nine months — 64 bit only.