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ODA: Quick Reference Matrix for Linux Release and Kernel by ODA Hardware Type and Version (Doc ID 2680219.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 25, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Database Appliance Software - Version 12.1.2.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

This note provides a quick reference to Oracle Database Appliance (ODA) key product factors: Oracle Linux (OL) version / UEK, ODA hardware type, and ODA version.
While the same information can be found for each individual ODA Release this document provides a single matrix for easy review across all OL, Hardware and ODA versions since 12.1.2.0.0.


For ODA versions before 12.1.2.0.0 please refer directly to the  specific ODA release documentation or Patchset Readme.

Scope

The ODA is an engineered system. Each ODA version supports a SINGLE OS OL version and kernel*.

 This note will assist ODA product users confirm if the Oracle Linux version, ODA Hardware Type and ODA are compatible with specific applications or other functionality.
 The OS information can be helpful in determining if upgrading or migration is required to resolve known issues which may exist for specific Linux versions.
 The information can also be useful in determining the best match for Hardware, ODA Versions and product lifecycles.


Note:
* Some specific OS issues may be resolved as of 18.7 and higher using ksplice: refer to
18.7 New Feature "Enabling Kernel Updates"
   Prior to the support for ksplice known OS issues required upgrading the ODA version to the appropriate OS level and kernel.

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