Emergency

Supported Linux Platforms and Versions

Linux Support Platforms Covered for Technical Support Questions

Percona MySQL Support questions are not restricted by operating system.

Linux Platforms Covered for Bug Fixes

MySQL bug fixes are limited to the operating systems and hardware platforms indicated in the chart below for Silver and Gold Percona MySQL Support customers. Platinum Percona MySQL Support includes the option for additional operating systems support (if you require this option, please Contact Us to discuss.)

If you need support for older or newer versions, please Contact Us to discuss.

  Platform EOL PS 5.1 PS 5.5 PS 5.6 PXB 2.1 PXB 2.2 PXC 5.5 PXC 5.6
Product EOL        

Q2 2015

Q2 2015

   

RHEL 5 [3]

March 1, 2016

CS

RHEL 6 Current Stable [1] [3]

January 1, 2020

CS

RHEL7/CentOS 7

 

Ubuntu 10.04LTS [2]

April 1, 2015

CS

Ubuntu 12.04LTS

April 1, 2017

CS

Ubuntu 14.04LTS

April 1, 2019

CS

Ubuntu current stable

1 year from release

CS

Debian 6.0 (Squeeze) [2]

February 2016

CS

Debian 7.0 (Wheezy)

 

CS

[1]"Current Stable": We support only the current stable RHEL6/Centos6 release, because there is no official (i.e. RedHat provided) method to support or download the latest OpenSSL on RHEL/CentOS versions prior to 6.5. Similarly, and also as a result thereof, there is no official Percona way to support the latest Percona Server builds on RHEL/CentOS versions prior to 6.5. Additionally, many users will need to upgrade to OpenSSL 1.0.1g or later (due to the Heartbleed vulnerability), and this OpenSSL version is not available for download from any official RHEL/Centos repository for versions 6.4 and prior. For any officially unsupported system, src.rpm packages may be used to rebuild Percona Server for any environment. Please contact our support service if you require further information on this.

[2]TokuDB: there is no TokuDB package available for Ubuntu 10.04 LTS and Debian 6.0 (only Percona Server is available for these releases), as compiling TokuDB requires the latest cmake and gcc, and there is no way to install gcc on these releases without either upgrading the OS or producing a build that has odd package interlinks.

[3]RHEL: this includes RedHat, CentOS, Oracle Linux

CS - Customized Support, by customer request. Support customers can ask to build a specific product / specific platform for free.

Additional platforms and OS are available for Support customers with deals larger then $100K. Consulting customers: each build is 5 hours.

All hardware platforms are i686 and x86_64 only.