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M4tthew
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Linux Supportabilty

Hi, Can anyone point me in the direction of a support/certification matrix for Linux and HP hardware (ideally storage systems and servers). Thanks
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Steven E. Protter
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Re: Linux Supportabilty

What Linux Distribution are you considering.

Red hat maintains an extensive database of supported hardware on their website.

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M4tthew
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Re: Linux Supportabilty

I'm looking at Red Hat V3 and various Update levels (1-3). Thanks
Chris Xu
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Re: Linux Supportabilty

Try this Red Hat link:
http://hardware.redhat.com/hcl/

Chris
M4tthew
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Re: Linux Supportabilty

Thanks for that, http://hardware.redhat.com/hcl/?pagename=details&hid=5567 almost answers my question but doesn't list anything about update levels.
Chris Xu
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Re: Linux Supportabilty

I would suggest to go to the latest update level (update 4) on v3 because updates (1-4) are only bug fixes and improvements on V3. What has been certified with RH3 should work without issues on the update releases.

Chris
M4tthew
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Re: Linux Supportabilty

Thanks i think i have all the information i need.