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[1] community supported<br/>
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[2] Python too old, technically impossible<br/>
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[3] Salt 2016.11.x only, limited functionality, Python too old<br/>
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*Supported clients should have corresponding Lifecycle Management subscription coverage
 
*Supported clients should have corresponding Lifecycle Management subscription coverage
 
*Support for underlying operating systems is a separate subscription from SUSE Manager Lifecycle Management
 
*Support for underlying operating systems is a separate subscription from SUSE Manager Lifecycle Management
 
*Ubuntu support for the most recent two LTS releases is under testing and consideration
 
*Ubuntu support for the most recent two LTS releases is under testing and consideration
* Updated 2018-10-29
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* Updated 2018-11-02

Revision as of 07:35, 2 November 2018

SUSE Manager Main Page

Supported and functional clients

OS Patch
Source
Officially
supported
Works
(unofficialy)
Salt RHN Stack
SLE(D,S) 15 SCC Yes - Yes Yes
SLE(D,S) 12 SCC Yes - Yes Yes
SLE(D,S) 11 SCC Yes - Mostly[3] Yes
SLES 10SP3+ SCC Yes - No[2] Yes
RHEL 6 - Expanded Support SCC Yes - Yes Yes
RHEL 7 - Expanded Support SCC Yes - Yes Yes
CentOS 6 - Expanded Support SCC Yes - Yes Yes
CentOS 7 - Expanded Support SCC Yes - Yes Yes
RHEL 6 - Native RH CDN RH CDN Yes - Yes Yes
RHEL 7 - Native RH CDN RH CDN Yes - Yes Yes
RHEL 5 - Native RH CDN RH CDN No Yes No[2] Yes
RHEL 5 - Expanded Support SCC No Yes No[2] Yes
CentOS 5 - Expanded Support SCC No Yes No[2] Yes
CentOS 5 - Native CentOS CentOS No Yes No[2] Yes
CentOS 6 - Native CentOS CentOS No Yes Yes Yes
CentOS 7 - Native CentOS CentOS No Yes Yes Yes
OEL 5 - Oracle Oracle No Yes No[2] Yes
OEL 6 - Oracle Oracle No Yes Yes Yes
OEL 7 - Oracle Oracle No Yes Yes Yes
openSUSE Leap 42.X, 15.X openSUSE No Yes Yes Yes
Ubuntu 16.04 LTS Ubuntu In progress Partially Yes No [1]
Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Ubuntu In progress Partially Yes No [1]

NOTES:
[1] community supported
[2] Python too old, technically impossible
[3] Salt 2016.11.x only, limited functionality, Python too old

  • Supported clients should have corresponding Lifecycle Management subscription coverage
  • Support for underlying operating systems is a separate subscription from SUSE Manager Lifecycle Management
  • Ubuntu support for the most recent two LTS releases is under testing and consideration
  • Updated 2018-11-02