록키리눅스 9.2 가 출시되었습니다.
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We are pleased to announce the general availability of Rocky Linux 9.2. This release is currently available for the x86-64, aarch64, and s390x architectures. Please review the release notes in the Rocky Linux Documentation - These notes contain important information including known bugs and more comprehensive details about changes in this version.
9.2 Release for PowerPC (ppc64le) architecture held back
During testing, we discovered an architecture-specific issue on ppc64le systems with the bundled version of Python 3.9. This issue not only prevents installing, but may break existing installations.
This issue is reproducible on CentOS Stream 9 and RHEL 9.2. We have opened a bug report upstream at rhbz#2203919 and are working to fix the issue.
The release of Rocky Linux 9.2 for ppc64le has been delayed until this issue is fixed. The release candidates for x86_64, aarch64, and s390x passed all testing procedures, and thus will be released as normal.
Workaround for DNF on ppc64le
Because the ppc64le artifacts are unavailable, running DNF from a ppc64le Rocky 9 system that is configured to use the mirrorlist and/or is configured with the dnf variable
will result in failed DNF metadata transactions as our mirrorlist is unable to hold back a single architecture. To work around this, please set the
. This can be done by using the
argument to your DNF command, or by editing or creating the file
with the content
. Once 9.2 for Power is released, you will need to undo this change and setting releasever will no longer be necessary.
- centos-release-nfv now provides content built on RHEL 9 buildroots.
- The Container Universal Base Image
rockylinux/rockylinux:9-ubihas been changed to be more similar to the RHEL UBI images:
- Replaced packages:
- Added packages:
- Removed packages:
- network config cleanup added
- Replaced packages:
- Microsoft Azure images are now published in the Shared Galleries. This provides a direct way to consume Rocky Linux images without subscribing to the image via the marketplace.
- LVM cloud image variants now remove
/etc/lvm/devices/system.devicesto resolve issues with PV/VG/LVs upon installation of the images due to being hardcoded to a specific device.
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