SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 Service Pack 1 is entering the Release Candidate Phase since we are closer and closer to the official release

SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 Service Pack 1

Linux Distribution

SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 Service Pack 1 is entering the Release Candidate Phase since we are closer and closer to the official release date (so called First Customer Shipment) scheduled for mid-June 2019.

SUSE Engineering Team has a special mindset regarding the Release Candidate phase, because we are targeting to have FCS quality with those milestones. We have the constraints of considering RC milestones like FCS releases, in term of bug fixing and providing security fixes, which means that we are focusing on stability but there is also less room for intrusive changes.

Of course exception happens, and developing, stabilizing, building and testing an entire Operating System and products around it is a complex task. Nevertheless with the help of our talented engineers, powerful tool like Open Build Service and openQA AND the ability for external parties (you!) to participate early and during the development phase, we will be able to deliver the best SUSE Linux Enterprise version yet!

Notes for RC 1

Packages Added

  • buildah
  • cni

Packages Changes

  • Tons of security and bug fixes,
  • The usual bug fixes for the Linux Kernel and YaST
  • amavisd-new updated to 2.11.1
  • ceph updated to 14.1.0-559-gf1a72cff25
  • cloud-netconfig-azure and cloud-netconfig-ec2 updated to 0.9
  • cloud-regionsrv-client updated to 8.1.3
  • containerd updated to v1.2.2
  • docker updated to 18.09.1-ce.
  • google-compute-engine updated to 20190124
  • java-1_8_0-openjdk updated to jdk8u201 (icedtea 3.11.0)
  • mariadb updated to 10.2.22 GA
  • openvswitch updated to 2.11.0
  • rmt-server updated to 1.2.2
  • supportutils updated to 3.1.1
  • samba updated to 4.9.4

As always, we highly recommend to check our Release Notes and our changelogs files for a complete overview of the changes in this new version.

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