Springdale Linux

Springdale Linux release 7.9 (Verona)


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OS release

OS arch

Virtualization

Version

Springdale Linux 7.9 x64

RHEL

7.9

x64

xen, kvm, kvm_virtio

1.0-1.11



  • Limitation: There is no VNC console for Xen guests as Red Hat dropped Xen DomU support on 7.x releases.

Springdale Linux 8.3 x64


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OS release

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Virtualization

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Springdale Linux 8.3 x64

RHEL

8.3

x64

kvm, kvm_virtio

1.0-1.1



  • Limitation: The template isn't compatible with Xen.

Springdale Linux 8.4 x64


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OS release

OS arch

Virtualization

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Springdale Linux 8.4 x64

RHEL

8.4

x64

kvm, kvm_virtio

1.0-1.1



  • Limitation: The template isn't compatible with Xen.

Springdale Linux 8.4 x64 with kernel-ml


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OS arch

Virtualization

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Springdale Linux 8.4 kernel_ml x64

RHEL

8.4

x64

xen, kvm, kvm_virtio

1.0-1.1



  • Note: Using the kernel-ml may expose your system to security, performance and/or data corruption issues. Since timely updates may not be available from the ELRepo Project, the end user has the ultimate responsibility for deciding whether to continue using the kernel-ml packages in regular service. These packages are not signed for SecureBoot.

Springdale Linux 8.5 x64


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OS release

OS arch

Virtualization

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Springdale Linux 8.5 x64

RHEL

8.5

x64

kvm, kvm_virtio

1.0-1.1



  • Limitation: The template isn't compatible with Xen.

Springdale Linux 8.5 x64 with kernel-ml 


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Operating system

OS release

OS arch

Virtualization

Version

Springdale Linux 8.5 kernel_ml x64

RHEL

8.5

x64

xen, kvm, kvm_virtio

1.0-1.1



  • Note: Using the kernel-ml may expose your system to security, performance and/or data corruption issues. Since timely updates may not be available from the ELRepo Project, the end user has the ultimate responsibility for deciding whether to continue using the kernel-ml packages in regular service. These packages are not signed for SecureBoot.


Springdale Open Enterprise Linux Release 8.6 (Modena)


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OS arch

Virtualization

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Springdale Linux 8.6 x64

RHEL

8.6

x64

kvm, kvm_virtio

1.0-1.4



  • Limitation: The template isn't compatible with Xen.

Springdale Open Enterprise Linux release 8.6 (Modena) with kernel-ml


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Operating system

OS release

OS arch

Virtualization

Version

Springdale Linux 8.6 kernel_ml x64

RHEL

8.6

x64

xen, kvm, kvm_virtio

1.0-1.4



  • Note: Using the kernel-ml may expose your system to security, performance and/or data corruption issues. Since timely updates may not be available from the ELRepo Project, the end user has the ultimate responsibility for deciding whether to continue using the kernel-ml packages in regular service. These packages are not signed for SecureBoot.

Springdale Open Enterprise Linux Release 8.7 (Modena)


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OS release

OS arch

Virtualization

Version

Springdale Linux 8.7 x64

RHEL

8.7

x64

kvm, kvm_virtio

1.0



  • Limitation: The template isn't compatible with Xen.

Springdale Open Enterprise Linux Release 8.7 (Modena) with kernel-ml


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Operating system

OS release

OS arch

Virtualization

Version

Springdale Linux 8.7 kernel_ml x64

RHEL

8.7

x64

xen, kvm, kvm_virtio

1.0



  • Note:
    • Running kernel version 6.x.
    • Using the kernel-ml may expose your system to security, performance and/or data corruption issues. Since timely updates may not be available from the ELRepo Project, the end user has the ultimate responsibility for deciding whether to continue using the kernel-ml packages in regular service. These packages are not signed for SecureBoot.

Springdale Open Enterprise Linux Release 9.0 (Parma) x64


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Operating system

OS release

OS arch

Virtualization

Version

Springdale Linux 9.0 x64

RHEL

9.0

x64

kvm, kvm_virtio

1.0-1.2

  • Issues: network-scripts networking management has been deprecated in EL9. NetworkManager is now used. It isn't supported by OnApp.
    Because of that:
    • Assigning multiple IP addresses won't work.
    • Changing the Primary IP Address with rebuilding the network (via OnApp UI) will require manual actions in VS's main console:

      # /etc/rc.d/init.d/el9NM2onapp start
      # nmcli dev reapply eth0 
  • Limitation:
    • The template isn't compatible with Xen.
    • The VS based on the template should be configured with the correct CPU model.
      The reason is that glibc-2.34-20 includes a fix to more reliable detect CPU compatibility. See the bug information at
      https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=2040657. Such detection generates the following inside the guest:
      "Fatal glibc error: CPU does not support x86-64-v2".
      To configure the correct CPU model, refer to Configure CPU Model.