Linux Support - Red Hat Family - BackupEDGE 3.x

BackupEDGE and its disaster recovery component RecoverEDGE are tested against a large number of distributions in the Red Hat Enterprise Linux family, which also includes CentOS and Oracle Linux Server.

Please carefully check the NOTES section below and the RecoverEDGE Support Page for important information. If a release can't be found on our table it is not supported.

BackupEDGE 3.x Supported List
As of September 25, 2020
Operating System Release Minimum Release Required
Specific Information
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.2 03.03.01 build 1.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.1 03.03.00 build 2.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 03.02.03 build 1.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.8 03.03.00 build 3.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.7 03.02.03 build 2.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.6 03.02.01 build 6.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.5 03.02.01 build 2.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.4 03.01.05 build 3.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.3 03.01.04 build 2.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.2 03.01.03 build 1.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.1 03.01.01 build 4.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 03.01.00 build 2. RecoverEDGE enhanced to include P2V support.
03.01.00 build 1. RecoverEDGE enhanced to include MD RAID support (must be used separately from LVM2 support). No DM multipath or P2V support.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.10 03.02.01 build 3.
Other Red Hat Enterprise
Linux 6 and Older Distributions
Click to see support for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 and older distributions.
   
CentOS 8.2-2004 03.03.01 build 1.
CentOS 8.1-1911 03.03.00 build 2.
CentOS 8.0-1905 03.03.00 build 1.
CentOS 7.8-2003 03.03.00 build 3.
CentOS 7.7-1908 03.03.00 build 1.
CentOS 7.6-1810 03.02.01 build 6.
CentOS 7.5-1804 03.02.01 build 3.
CentOS 7.4-1708 03.02.00 build 1.
CentOS 7.3-1611 03.01.04 build 2.
CentOS 7.2-1511 03.01.03 build 1.
CentOS 7.1-1503 (32bit) 03.01.02 build 2.
CentOS 7.1-1503 (64bit) 03.01.01 build 4.
CentOS 7.0-1406 03.01.00 build 3. RecoverEDGE enhanced to include MD RAID support (must be used separately from LVM2 support) and P2V support.
CentOS 6.10 03.02.01 build 3.
Other CentOS 6 and
Older Distributions
Click to see support for CentOS 6 and older distributions.
   
Oracle Linux Server 8.2 (see Oracle Notes) 03.03.01 build 1. See Oracle Notes Below.
Oracle Linux Server 8.1 (see Oracle Notes) 03.03.00 build 2.
Oracle Linux Server 8 (see Oracle Notes) 03.02.03 build 2.
Oracle Linux Server 7.6 (see Oracle Notes) 03.02.01 build 6.
Oracle Linux Server 7.5 (see Oracle Notes) 03.02.01 build 2.
Oracle Linux Server 7.4 (see Oracle Notes) 03.01.05 build 3. Unbreakable kernel not supported in RecoverEDGE.
Oracle Linux Server 7.3 (see Oracle Notes) 03.01.04 build 2. Unbreakable kernel not supported in RecoverEDGE.
Oracle Linux Server 7.2 (see Oracle Notes) 03.01.03 build 1.
Oracle Linux Server 7.1 (see Oracle Notes) 03.01.01 build 4. LVM change required. RecoverEDGE enhanced to include MD RAID support (must be used separately from LVM2 support) and P2V support. See Oracle Notes below.
Oracle Linux Server 7 (see Oracle Notes) 03.01.00 build 3. RecoverEDGE enhanced to include MD RAID support (must be used separately from LVM2 support) and P2V support. See Oracle Notes below.
Oracle Linux Server 6.10 03.02.01 build 3.
Other Oracle Linun
Server 6 and Older Distributions
Click to see support for Oracle Linux Server 6 and Older distributions.
   
Scientific Linux Scientific Linux was Discontinued after 7.6
Scientific Linux 7.6 03.02.01 build 6.
Scientific Linux 7.5 03.02.01 build 3.
Scientific Linux 7.4 03.02.00 build 1.
Scientific Linux 7.3 03.01.04 build 2.
Scientific Linux 7.2 03.01.03 build 1.
Scientific Linux 7.1 03.01.01 build 4. LVM change required.
Scientific Linux 7 03.01.00 build 3. RecoverEDGE enhanced to include MD RAID support (must be used separately from LVM2 support) and P2V support.
Scientific Linux 6.10 03.02.01 build 3.
Other Scientific Linux
and Older Distributions
Click to see support for Scientific Linux 6 and older distributions.
   
Fedora and Fedora Core BackupEDGE is supported but not RecoverEDGE. Installable but not supported See the Red Hat / CentOS / Fedora page for additional information.
Newer Releases of
Distributions Listed Above
BackupEDGE will generally run on newer releases of tested and supported platforms. RecoverEDGE may or may not work, but is not supported until we have completed a testing protocol.

Miscellaneous Linux Information

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 / 7 Family Notes

Linux server distributions are generally supported for finite periods of time, generally two to five years, by the developer releasing the product. BackupEDGE support may be limited, even under Subscription, after the operating system has reached the developer's official end-of-life.

Oracle Notes

Oracle Linux Server 8.2 uses the Linux 4.x kernel in standard mode, and the Linux 5.x kernel in Unbreakable Kernel mode. However, you must install the Linux 4.x kernel distribution of BackupEDGE (edgelx40_64) for use with this operating system.

Oracle Linux Server 7.x, 8.0 and 8.1 can use the Red Hat kernel or the Unbreakable Kernel. You must choose the correct in-use kernel when making RecoverEDGE media.

Last Updated - 2020-09-25

 

Top
MENU