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OS별 EOS 정리 ▶ Linux & Unix & Windows

IT 관련 관리자로 있다보면, 이런 저런 일들이 많은데, 그중에 하나가 OS의 EOS와 연관된 서버에 대한 이슈를 확인하는 일이다. 특히 새로운 것에 대해서 수행할때, EOS에 대해서 관심있게 한다.  

1. CENTOS

20. What is the support ''end of life'' for each CentOS release?

CentOS 3 CentOS-3 updates until October 31, 2010
 
CentOS 4 CentOS-4 updates until February 29, 2012

CentOS 5 CentOS-5 updates until March 31, 2017

CentOS 6 CentOS-6 updates until November 30, 2020
 
CentOS 7 CentOS-7 updates until June 30, 2024



2. RHEL
Life-cycle Dates
All future dates mentioned for "End of Full Support" and "End of Maintenance Support 1" are close approximations, non definitive, and subject to change.
Version General Availability End of Full Support End of Maintenance Support 1 End of Maintenance Support 2 (Product retirement) End of Extended Life-cycle Support End of Extended Life Phase Last Minor Release
3 23-Oct-03 20-Jul-06 30-Jun-07 31-Oct-10 30-Jan-14 30-Jan-14  
4 14-Feb-05 31-Mar-09 16-Feb-11 29-Feb-12 31-Mar-17 Ongoing 4.9
5 15-Mar-07 08-Jan-13 31-Jan-14 31-Mar-17 30-Nov-20 Ongoing 5.11
6 10-Nov-10 10-May-16 10-May-17 30-Nov-20 30-Jun-24 Ongoing 6.1
7 10-Jun-14 ~Q4 of 2019 ~Q4 of 2020 30-Jun-24 N/A Ongoing  
7 (ARM) 13-Nov-17 30-Nov-20 N/A N/A N/A Ongoing  
7 (POWER9) 13-Nov-17 30-Nov-20 N/A N/A N/A Ongoing  
7 (System z (Structure A)) 10-Apr-18 30-Nov-20 N/A N/A N/A Ongoing  



3. AIX

AIX 7.2 Service Pack Support
Release Release Date End of Service Pack Support (EoSPS)
AIX 7.2 TL2 Oct-17 31 October 2020 (estimated)
AIX 7.2 TL1 Nov-16 30 November 2019 (estimated)
AIX 7.2 TL0 Dec-15 31 December 2018 (estimated)


AIX 7.1 Service Pack Support
Release Release Date End of Service Pack Support (EoSPS)
AIX 7.1 TL5 Oct-17 30 April 2022 (End of Service)
AIX 7.1 TL4 Dec-15 31 December 2019 (estimated)
AIX 7.1 TL3 Nov-13 30-Nov-17
AIX 7.1 TL2 Nov-12 30-Nov-15
AIX 7.1 TL1 Oct-11 31-Oct-14
AIX 7.1 TL0 Sep-10 30-Nov-13


AIX 6.1 Service Pack Support
Release Release Date End of Service Pack Support (EoSPS)
AIX 6.1 TL9 Nov-13 30 April 2017 (End of Service)

AIX 5.3 Service Pack Support
Release Release Date End of Service Pack Support (EoSPS)
AIX 5.3 TL12 Apr-10 30 April 2012 (End of Service)


4. HP-UX


Version Release date End-of-life date Significant changes
Old version, no longer supported: 11i v1 (B.11.11) 2000-12-01 2015-12-31 HP 9000 only
Old version, no longer supported: 11i v1.6 (B.11.22) 2002-06-02 2015-12-31 Integrity only
Old version, no longer supported: 11i v2 (B.11.23) 2003-09-01 2015-12-31 HP 9000 and HP Integrity
Current stable version: 11i v3 (B.11.31) 2007-02-01 2025-12-31 HP 9000 and HP Integrity



5. sun ( solaris)


Legend: Old version Older version, still supported Current stable version Latest preview version Future release
Solaris version SunOS version Release date End of support[50] License form Major new features
SPARC x86
Old version, no longer supported: 1.x 4.1.x 1991–1994 September 2003 Traditional license SunOS 4 rebranded as Solaris 1 for marketing purposes. See SunOS article for more information.
Old version, no longer supported: 2.0 5.0 June 1992 January 1999 Traditional license Preliminary release (primarily available to developers only), support for only the sun4c architecture. First appearance of NIS+.[51]
Old version, no longer supported: 2.1 5.1 December 1992 May 1993 April 1999 Traditional license Support for sun4 and sun4m architectures added; first Solaris x86 release. First Solaris 2 release to support SMP.
Old version, no longer supported: 2.2 5.2 May 1993 May 1999 Traditional license SPARC-only release. First to support sun4d architecture. First to support multithreading libraries (UI threads API in libthread).[52]
Old version, no longer supported: 2.3 5.3 November 1993 June 2002 Traditional license SPARC-only release. OpenWindows 3.3 switches from NeWS to Display PostScript and drops SunView support. Support added for autofs and CacheFS filesystems.
Old version, no longer supported: 2.4 5.4 November 1994 September 2003 Traditional license First unified SPARC/x86 release. Includes OSF/Motif runtime support.
Old version, no longer supported: 2.5 5.5 November 1995 December 2003 Traditional license First to support UltraSPARC and include CDE, NFSv3 and NFS/TCP. Dropped sun4 (VMEbus) support. POSIX.1c-1995 pthreads added. Doors added but undocumented.[53]
Old version, no longer supported: 2.5.1 5.5.1 May 1996 September 2005 Traditional license The only Solaris release that supports PowerPC;[54] Ultra Enterprise support added; user and group IDs (uid_t, gid_t) expanded to 32 bits,[55] also included processor sets[56] and early resource management technologies.
Old version, no longer supported: 2.6 5.6 July 1997 July 2006 Traditional license Includes Kerberos 5, PAM, TrueType fonts, WebNFS, large file support, enhanced procfs. SPARCserver 600MP series support dropped.[57]
Old version, no longer supported: 7 5.7 November 1998 August 2008 Traditional license The first 64-bit UltraSPARC release. Added native support for file system meta-data logging (UFS logging). Dropped MCA support on x86 platform. Sun dropped the prefix "2." in the Solaris version number, leaving "Solaris 7." Last update was Solaris 7 11/99.[58]
Old version, no longer supported: 8 5.8 February 2000 March 2012 Traditional license Includes Multipath I/O, Solstice DiskSuite,[59] IPMP, first support for IPv6 and IPsec (manual keying only), mdb Modular Debugger. Introduced Role-Based Access Control (RBAC); sun4c support removed. Last update is Solaris 8 2/04.[60]
Old version, no longer supported: 9 5.9 May 28, 2002 January 10, 2003 October 2014 Traditional license iPlanet Directory Server, Resource Manager, extended file attributes, IKE IPsec keying, and Linux compatibility added; OpenWindows dropped, sun4d support removed. Most current update is Solaris 9 9/05 HW.[61]
Older version, yet still supported: 10 5.10 January 31, 2005; 13 years ago (2005-01-31) January 2021 before Oracle acquisition in March 2010, open source under CDDL

after March 2010, Post-Oracle closed source
Includes x86-64 (AMD64/Intel 64) support, DTrace (Dynamic Tracing), Solaris Containers, Service Management Facility (SMF) which replaces init.d scripts, NFSv4. Least privilege security model. Support for sun4m and UltraSPARC I processors removed. Support for EISA-based PCs removed. Adds Java Desktop System (based on GNOME) as default desktop.[62]
  • Solaris 10 1/06 (known internally as "U1") added the GRUB bootloader for x86 systems, iSCSI Initiator support and fcinfo command-line tool.
  • Solaris 10 6/06 ("U2") added the ZFS filesystem.
  • Solaris 10 11/06 ("U3") added Solaris Trusted Extensions and Logical Domains (sun4v).
  • Solaris 10 8/07 ("U4") added Samba Active Directory support,[63] IP Instances (part of the OpenSolaris Network Virtualization and Resource Control project), iSCSI Target support and Solaris Containers for Linux Applications (based on branded zones), enhanced version of the Resource Capping Daemon (rcapd).
  • Solaris 10 5/08 ("U5") added CPU capping for Solaris Containers, performance improvements, SpeedStep support for Intel processors and PowerNow! support for AMD processors.[64][65]
  • Solaris 10 10/08 ("U6") added boot from ZFS and can use ZFS as its root file system. Solaris 10 10/08 also includes virtualization enhancements including the ability for a Solaris Container to automatically update its environment when moved from one system to another, Logical Domains support for dynamically reconfigurable disk and network I/O, and paravirtualization support when Solaris 10 is used as a guest OS in Xen-based environments such as Sun xVM Server.[66]
  • Solaris 10 5/09 ("U7") added performance and power management support for Intel Nehalem processors, container cloning using ZFS cloned file systems, and performance enhancements for ZFS on solid-state drives.
  • Solaris 10 10/09 ("U8") added user and group level ZFS quotas, ZFS cache devices and nss_ldap shadowAccount Support, improvements to patching performance.[67]
  • Solaris 10 9/10 ("U9") added physical to zone migration, ZFS triple parity RAID-Z and Oracle Solaris Auto Registration.[68]
  • Solaris 10 8/11 ("U10") added ZFS speedups and new features, Oracle Database optimization, faster reboot on SPARC system.[69][70]
  • Solaris 10 1/13 ("U11") see release notes.[71][72]
Older version, yet still supported: 11 Express 2010.11 5.11 November 15, 2010; 7 years ago (2010-11-15) November 2011 Post-Oracle closed source Adds new packaging system (IPS – Image Packaging System) and associated tools, ZFS (only) for boot, 1 GB RAM min., x86, Solaris 10 Containers, network virtualization and QoS, virtual consoles, ZFS encryption and deduplication, fast reboot,[73] updated GNOME. Removed Xsun, CDE,[74] and the /usr/ucb BSD-compatible commands[citation needed]
Older version, yet still supported: 11 5.11 November 9, 2011; 6 years ago (2011-11-09) November 2034 Post-Oracle closed source New features and enhancements (compared to Solaris 10) in software packaging, network virtualization, server virtualization, storage, security and hardware support:
  • Packaging: Image Packaging System, network and local package repositories; Automated Installer to automated provisioning, including Zones; Distro Constructor to create ISO 9660 filesystem images;
  • Network: network virtualization (vNICs, vSwitches, vRouters) and QoS, Exclusive–IP default for Zones, the dladm utility to manage data links, the ipadm utility to manage IP configuration (including IPMP), ProFTPD and enhancements;
  • Zones: Immutable (read–only) Zones, NFS servers in zones, delegated administration, P2V pre–flight check, the zonestat utility coupled with the libzonestat dynamically linked library;
  • Security: root as a role, netcat and enhancements;
  • Storage: ZFS shadow migration, ZFS backup/restore with NDMP, recursive ZFS send;
  • Hardware support: SPARC T4, critical threads, SDP enabled and optimized, including support for Zones, SR-IOV, Intel AVX;
  • UEFI Boot support (Solaris 11.1 onwards on x86)
  • UltraSPARC II, III, IV series support removed; IA-32 architecture support removed.[75]
Older version, yet still supported: 11.1 5.11 October 3, 2012; 5 years ago (2012-10-03) November 2034 Post-Oracle closed source New features and enhancements:[76][77][78]
Older version, yet still supported: 11.2 5.11 April 29, 2014; 4 years ago (2014-04-29) November 2034 Post-Oracle closed source New features and enhancements:[80]
Current stable version: 11.3 5.11 October 26, 2015; 2 years ago (2015-10-26) November 2034 Post-Oracle closed source New features and enhancements:[82]
  • Live migration of Solaris Kernel Zones
  • InfiniBand support for Kernel Zones
  • Virtual Clocks for Solaris Zones
  • ZFS LZ4
  • SMB 2.1
  • Private VLAN
  • VNICs on IPoIB
  • Periodic and Scheduled Services
  • Tailored Compliance Reporting
  • OpenBSD 5.5 Packet Filter
  • Deferred Dump
  • Integration with OpenStack Juno
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