Download / Release Notes
As with every first major release most of the packages have changed and have been updated to more recent versions. It would exceed the scope of this document to list them all. Most notable changes are:
- Kernel updated to 3.10.0
- Support for Linux Containers
- Open VMware Tools and 3D graphics drivers out of the box
- OpenJDK-7 as default JDK
- In Place Upgrade from 6.5 to 7.0 (as already mentioned)
- LVM-snapshots with ext4 and XFS
- Switch to systemd, firewalld and GRUB2
- XFS as default file system
- iSCSI and FCoE in kernel space
- Support for PTPv2
- Support for 40G Ethernet Cards
- Supports installations in UEFI Secure Boot mode on compatible hardware
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Last edited by Arthur; 7th July 2014 at 09:29 PM.
Anyone got a test plan for using this yet?
I've already been playing with it.. I had a test server running 6.5, I fresh installed 7... Seems a few of the packages I usually use like 'rdekstop' and 'xrdp' have been removed completely and have been replaced by 'freedesktop'. I dont want freedesktop so I'll stick with 6.5 until the repos have been updated to include some of the packages.
Have you tested any services, radius etc? I'll need to test through the applications that are dependent on LDAP accounts and see if these can run on centos 7, centos 6 was a battle for some things for the first 6 months ish, so I'm not looking forward to it
Nope only services i tried where XRDP... got it working in the end but it was easier on 6.5
Well, I built a squid proxy server on Centos 7 yesterday, the process seemed to be almost identical to 6x. However, for some reason unless the squid config said transparent in the http_port line that port wasn't accessible outside of that machine (no firewall or selinux on)
I installed from the minimal iso
It is worth adding yum install net-tools iptables-services to be able to use ifconfig and systemctl stop|start|disable iptables
Has anyone managed to get AD auth working on it yet? I'll have a play, hoping to replace TMG with a CentOS box
Not tried although it should be the same few files as Centos6.
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