New container images for Enterprise Linux

New container images for Enterprise Linux 9 for arm64 architecture

On July 4, 2023, we released the first container images for Enterprise Linux family systems on ARM64 architecture (aarch64). We produce images for a number of operating systems in this family.

On July 4, 2023, we released the first container images for Enterprise Linux family systems on ARM64 architecture (aarch64). We produce images for a number of operating systems in this family.

As of today these are:

  • EuroLinux 9
  • AlmaLinux 9
  • CentOS Stream 9
  • Oracle Linux 9
  • Rocky Linux 9.

All of these images have changes in their tagging. As of now, the naming scheme of the images for the latest versions is as follows: $SYSTEM_NAME-$SYSTEM_VERSION:latest-$ARCHITECTURE (a tag alone is: latest-$ARCHITECTURE). The naming used earlier, that is $SYSTEM_NAME-$SYSTEM_VERSION:latest (only the tag: latest) currently points to a manifest of images.

What’s important, the change is completely neutral for existing users. The image manifest works like an alias, so for a container runtime environment running on aarch64 (arm64) architecture, an arm64 (aarch64) image will automatically be downloaded, and for an environment running on x86_64 architecture, an amd64 (x86_64) image will automatically be downloaded. The entire change adds new architectures to the officially supported architectures for our container images.

EuroLinux 9 images reference

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