2 Replies Latest reply: Aug 16, 2017 12:03 PM by froglevel RSS

Redhat version by Application Release


Is there a document anywhere that shows what Redhat version each UC application release is using?  The closest I have come is looking at each app's OVA readme (CER there is none).  This would be a very useful doc.  Definitely when customers are looking to do an audit of their systems.  Any help would be appreciated.  I am looking for v9, v10, v10.5, v11, v11.5

  • 1. Re: Redhat version by Application Release

    It’s not something disclosed as UCM does not use vanilla OS distros (stuff is pruned, added, edited from what you’d see on a general-purpose distro) plus UCM workloads are turnkey-packaged (only Cisco GUI/CLI/API no native OS access - in case the next question is how can SecOps run their VA tool and remediate ☺ ).


    If you have access to CiscoLive, some of the migration presentations may include some content on a few of the apps, but in general Software Center and PSIRT are what you use for security, fix and feature updates.


  • 2. Re: Redhat version by Application Release

    The system history log will contain this:


    Product Name - Cisco Unified Communications Manager Product Version - Kernel Image - 2.6.9-67.EL


    in this case where 2.6.9-67.EL is the linux distro.


    Hope this helps,