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When you install an updated redistributable package, binaries for non-target architectures are removed. For example, after you install an update for an x86-based application, the x64 Visual C++ 2013 runtime libraries are missing. This fix makes sure that both versions of the Visual C++ redistributable are visible when you add or remove programs after installation of the update.
Standard repositories might not provide all the packages that can be installed on CentOS, RHEL, or Amazon Linux-based distribution. Turning on the EPEL repository provides additional options for package installation.
The network-scripts package has been removed. Use NetworkManager to configure network connections. For more information about functionality that is no longer part of RHEL, see the Networking section in the Considerations in adopting RHEL 9 document.
In addition, the CodeReady Linux Builder repository is available with all RHEL subscriptions. It provides additional packages for use by developers. Packages included in the CodeReady Linux Builder repository are unsupported.
Multiple versions of user-space components are delivered as Application Streams and updated more frequently than the core operating system packages. This provides greater flexibility to customize RHEL without impacting the underlying stability of the platform or specific deployments.
Some additional Application Stream versions will be distributed as modules with a shorter life cycle in future minor RHEL 9 releases. Modules are collections of packages representing a logical unit: an application, a language stack, a database, or a set of tools. These packages are built, tested, and released together.
Content that needs rapid updating, such as alternate compilers and container tools, is available in rolling streams that will not provide alternative versions in parallel. Rolling streams may be packaged as RPMs or modules.
Previously, machine provisioning depended on a custom %post script for Kickstart installation on Red Hat Satellite. This %post script imported the custom Satellite self-signed certificate, registered the machine, attached a subscription, and installed packages residing in repositories.
With this enhancement, you can upgrade your RHEL 8 system to RHEL 9 using the rpm-ostree rebase tool. It fully supports the default package set of RHEL for Edge upgrades between the most recent updates of RHEL 8 to the most recent updates of RHEL 9.
This update of the rpm packages introduces a new RPM plugin that integrates the fapolicyd framework with the RPM database. The plugin notifies fapolicyd about installed and changed files during an RPM transaction. As a result, fapolicyd now supports integrity checking.
With this enhancement, the default RPM compression algorithm has switched to Zstandard (zstd). As a result, users can benefit from faster package installations, which can be especially noticeable during large transactions.
RHEL 9 introduces the cdrskin package for burning data on CD, DVD, or BD media. The cdrskin package provides a replacement for the cdrecord executable from the wodim package, which is not available in RHEL 9.
The cdrskin package also provides cdrecord command as a symbolic link to cdrskin binary, so you do not have to make any changes in user scripts. See cdrskin(1) manual page for the full set of features.
This update provides support to the Intelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI) Ansible modules. IPMI is a specification for a set of management interfaces to communicate with baseboard management controller (BMC) devices. The IPMI modules - ipmi_power and ipmi_boot - are available in the redhat.rhel_mgmt Collection, which you can access by installing the ansible-collection-redhat-rhel_mgmt package.
In addition to the util-linux package, RHEL 9 provides the util-linux-core subpackage for scenarios where the size of installed packages is a critical feature, for example buildroots, certain containers, and boot images.
For standard use cases, like installations, use the standard util-linux package. The util-linux package depends on util-linux-core, which means that if you install util-linux, util-linux-core is installed automatically.
The s-nail mail processing system has replaced the mailx utility. The s-nail utility is compatible with mailx and adds numerous new features. The mailx package is no longer maintained in the upstream.
This release of the openssl packages introduces support for the CP Assist for Cryptographic Functions (CPACF) in the OpenSSL NIST SP800-90A-compliant AES-based deterministic random bit generator (DRBG).
RHEL 9 provides p11-kit package with 0.24 version. This version provides multiple bug fixes and enhancements. Notably, the subdirectory for storing distrusted Certificate Authorities has been renamed to blocklist.
The cyrus-sasl package is now built without the libdb dependency, and the sasldb plugin uses the GDBM database format instead of Berkeley DB. To migrate your existing Simple Authentication and Security Layer (SASL) databases stored in the old Berkeley DB format, use the cyrusbdb2current tool with the following syntax:
Rsyslog now includes the rsyslog-mmfields subpackage which provides the mmfields module. This is an alternative to using the property replacer field extraction, but in contrast to the property replacer, all fields are extracted at once and stored inside the structured data part. As a result, you can use mmfields particularly for processing field-based log formats, for example Common Event Format (CEF), and if you need a large number of fields or reuse specific fields. In these cases, mmfields has better performance than existing Rsyslog features.
The logrotate config was separated from the main rsyslog package into the new rsyslog-logrotate package. This is useful in certain minimal environments, for example where log rotation is not needed, to prevent installing unnecessary dependencies.
With this release, RHEL provides the hostapd package. However, Red Hat supports hostapd only to set up a RHEL host as an 802.1X authenticator in Ethernet networks. Other scenarios, such as Wi-Fi access points or authenticators in Wi-Fi networks, are not supported.
Any network interface that needs to use this option should configure it with multiple calls until proper priorities are set for all interfaces. For more information, see /usr/share/docs/kernel-doc-_/Documentation/networking/bonding.rst file that is provided by the kernel-doc package.
Checkpoint/Restore In Userspace (CRIU) is a Linux utility that allows checkpointing and restoring of processes. The jigawatts package contains a Java library, which aims to improve the usability of CRIU mechanisms from Java applications.
The kexec-tools package now maintains the default crashkernel memory reservation values. The kdump service uses the default value to reserve the crashkernel memory for each kernel. This implementation also improves memory allocation for kdump when a system has less than 4GB of available memory.
Python 3.9 is the default Python implementation in RHEL 9. Python 3.9 is distributed in a non-modular python3 RPM package in the BaseOS repository and usually installed by default. Python 3.9 will be supported for the whole life cycle of RHEL 9.
Node.js 16 is the initial version of this Application Stream, which you can install easily as an RPM package. Node.js 16 has a shorter life cycle than RHEL 9. For details, see the Red Hat Enterprise Linux Application Streams Life Cycle document. Additional Node.js versions will be provided as modules also with a shorter life cycle in future minor releases of RHEL 9.
Ruby 3.0 is the initial version of this Application Stream which you can install easily as an RPM package. Additional Ruby versions will be provided as modules with a shorter life cycle in future minor releases of RHEL 9.
Perl 5.32 is the initial version of this Application Stream, which you can install easily as an RPM package. Additional Perl versions will be provided as modules with a shorter life cycle in future minor releases of RHEL 9.
PHP 8.0 is the initial version of this Application Stream, which you can install easily as an RPM package. Additional PHP versions will be provided as modules with a shorter life cycle in future minor releases of RHEL 9.
RHEL 9 is distributed with Subversion 1.14. Subversion 1.14 is the initial version of this Application Stream, which you can install easily as an RPM package. Additional Subversion versions will be provided as modules with a shorter life cycle in future minor releases of RHEL 9.
nginx 1.20 is the initial version of this Application Stream, which you can install easily as an RPM package. Additional nginx versions will be provided as modules with a shorter life cycle in future minor releases of RHEL 9.
RHEL 9 provides MariaDB 10.5. MariaDB 10.5 is the initial version of this Application Stream, which you can install easily as an RPM package. Additional MariaDB versions will be provided as modules with a shorter life cycle in future minor release