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Windows

New image type GPU introduced for KVM NVIDIA flavors P2, P2v, Pi2 and G6 with NVIDA cards p100, T4. Image names are:

  • Enterprise_Windows_STD_2012R2_GPU
  • Enterprise_Windows_STD_2016_GPU
  • Enterprise_Windows_STD_2019_GPU

Updated Microsoft Windws Server Images with current Microsoft Windows Server Patches of December 2020 (09th)

  • Windows Server 2012 R2

    • 2020-12 Security Monthly Quality Rollup for Windows Server 2012 R2 for x64-based Systems (KB4592484)
    • 2020-12 Security Only Quality Update for Windows Server 2012 R2 for x64-based Systems (KB4592495)
  • Windows Server 2016

    • 2020-12 Cumulative Update for Windows Server 2016 for x64-based Systems (KB4593226)
  • Windows Server 2019

    • 2020-12 Cumulative Update for Windows Server 2019 for x64-based Systems (KB4592440)
  • Driver and tools of all Windows Server types
    • Cloudbase-Init: 0.9.12.dev86
    • XEN GPL driver: 5.0.136.10
    • KVM UVP Vmtools: 2.5.0.156
    • Intel(R) Network Connections Software Version 25.0, January 2, 2020
    • NVIDIA vGPU driver: 370.41 (fixes CVE 2019 5698)
    • NVIDIA pGPU driver: 443.66 (solves CVE‑2020‑5980, CVE‑2020‑5979, CVE‑2020‑5981, CVE‑2020‑5982 )
    • NVIDIA V100 / T4 driver: 426.94 (fixes CVE‑2020‑5980, CVE‑2020‑5979, CVE‑2020‑5981, CVE‑2020‑5982 )

Linux

RHEL 6.10

  • Switched from Maintenance Support / Maintenance Support 2 to Extended life cycle support (ELS) add-on since 30. November 2020
  • Please read carefully the impacts and dependencies of ELS
  • ELS repositories will be automically added for all new VMs
  • ELS repositories will be delivered as yum update to existing VMs (package name = rhui-rhel6-repos)

RHEL 7.9

  • Switched from NTP to Chrony service
  • Fixed issue with missing /etc/sysconfig/kernel file which leads to always load old kernel after an upgrade

CentOS 7.9

  • Switched from NTP to Chrony service
  • Fixed issue with missing /etc/sysconfig/kernel file which leads to always load old kernel after an upgrade

Fedora 33 image released

  • Standard_Fedora_33_latest
  • default login user: linux
  • supported OTC flavors: Link