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Does NNMi v10 support Red Hat 7?

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We are beginning plans for upgrading to v10.  We are on Red Hat 5 so we need to rebuild servers at the same time.  Red Hat 7 is out and our company is going to be rolling it out in the next couple of months.  We would like to go to the latest version so we are not behind the times from the beginning.  I see v10 supports v6.4 and newer but is that only in the Red Hat 6 chain?  I am hoping you come back with yes Red Hat 7 is supported.

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Hello Ed

 

Thanks for your question.

 

Unfortunately NNM 10 does not support RedHat 7,

 

Supported Versions
Red Hat
Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server 6.4 (or later minor version)


Tip: Red Hat does not support direct upgrades from Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server 5.x to 6.0

 

I was looking under the support matrix updates and the only information that we have is related to the following:

 

NNMi 10.00 supports RHEL 6.5 (or later minor versions 6.6,6.7 etc); however, you must follow the installation prerequisites as mentioned in the 10.00 support matrix,

 

http://h20230.www2.hp.com/selfsolve/document/KM00891565/binar /nnmi_SupportMatrix_Update_10.00.htm#20141015-1

 

I hope this information helps you,

 

Regards,

Vincent Montenegro Mena
Customer Support Engineer

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Hello Ed

 

Thanks for your question.

 

Unfortunately NNM 10 does not support RedHat 7,

 

Supported Versions
Red Hat
Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server 6.4 (or later minor version)


Tip: Red Hat does not support direct upgrades from Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server 5.x to 6.0

 

I was looking under the support matrix updates and the only information that we have is related to the following:

 

NNMi 10.00 supports RHEL 6.5 (or later minor versions 6.6,6.7 etc); however, you must follow the installation prerequisites as mentioned in the 10.00 support matrix,

 

http://h20230.www2.hp.com/selfsolve/document/KM00891565/binar /nnmi_SupportMatrix_Update_10.00.htm#20141015-1

 

I hope this information helps you,

 

Regards,

Vincent Montenegro Mena
Customer Support Engineer

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Thank you.  That is unfortunate as we wanted to be at the latest version rather than do all of the work for an upgrade only to go to an older version of Red Hat.

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Hello Ed

 

Maybe if you open a Case requesting an ER for that version, the LAB can consider support that version,

 

Regards,

Vincent Montenegro Mena
Customer Support Engineer

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