RightScale MCIs & RightImages - April 17, 2015

Overview

These release notes document new features, changes, and bug fixes to RightImages.

  • Rightlink version: 6.3.3
  • RightImage version: 14.2.1
  • OS package repository freeze date: 20150317
  • Base Build ID: v14-63d0ddc6

Changelog

Common

  • Updated to RightLink 6.3.3. View the RightLink release notes here

CentOS

  • CentOS 6.x updated to 6.6
  • CentOS 7.x: Made /var/run a symlink to /run to follow the distro standard. (IV-1043)

RHEL

  • RHEL 6.x updated to 6.6
  • RHEL 7.x updated to 7.1

Ubuntu

  • Grub timeout updated from 10 seconds to 5 seconds. The grub timeout is applied for private clouds only. (IV-1232)

Azure

  • Added support for Central US, East US 2, North Central US, South Central US, Japan East, Japan West, Brazil South, Australia East, and Australia Southeast regions.

EC2

  • Added support for RHEL 6.6 HVM

VMware/vSphere

  • Reinstall VMware tools when the kernel has been updated. (IV-773)

vSphere

  • vSphere MCIs have been merged into VMware

Clouds/Images Supported

Cloud Support

  • CentOS 6.6 - Amazon EC2, Google, Azure, CloudStack*, OpenStack**, Rackspace Open Cloud, vSphere
  • CentOS 7.0 - Amazon EC2, Google, Azure, CloudStack*, OpenStack**, Rackspace Open Cloud, vSphere
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.6 - Amazon EC2, Google, Rackspace Open Cloud
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.1 - Amazon EC2, Google, Rackspace Open Cloud
  • Ubuntu 12.04 - Amazon EC2, Google, Azure, CloudStack*, OpenStack**, Rackspace Open Cloud, vSphere
  • Ubuntu 14.04 - Amazon EC2, Google, Azure, CloudStack*, OpenStack**, Rackspace Open Cloud, vSphere

-- CloudStack versions supported include 4.x

-- OpenStack versions supported include Juno.

Image Reports

Image reports for supported clouds are available from the image reports S3 bucket:

http://rightimage-reports.s3.amazonaws.com/index.html

Known Limitations

CloudStack Xen

  • CentOS 7.0: CloudStack/XenServer 6 does not support CentOS 7 so you will need to set the OS type to Other CentOS (64-bit). Because it is not supported by XenServer, it boots as HVM which will not allow volume support.

Note: Archived Release Notes are Available Here