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AM 4.1.1.1 supports RHEL 6.7 (instead of 6.6)?


I'm trying to figure out if there is official support for the
combination RHEL 6.7 and IDP and ADM server 4.1.1.1?
Where now running this environment on RHEL 6.6 and we 'd like to upgrade
to RHEL 6.7.
In the documentation I see by requirements only RHEL 6.6, but in another
part is see RHEL 6.7 is named.

By the way, the AG is the appliance version.


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gschouten32 wrote:

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> I'm trying to figure out if there is official support for the
> combination RHEL 6.7 and IDP and ADM server 4.1.1.1?
> Where now running this environment on RHEL 6.6 and we 'd like to
> upgrade to RHEL 6.7.
> In the documentation I see by requirements only RHEL 6.6, but in
> another part is see RHEL 6.7 is named.
>
> By the way, the AG is the appliance version.


If you can find in the doco saying that RHEL 6.7 is supported I'd go by
that and then open a SR if any issues and link that part of the doco.
We're about the deploy a whole lot of NetIQ stuff onto RHEL 7 and I
have noticed that when stuff doesn't run on SLES the doco is quite
ambigious in what is a supported platform and what not.

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