Oracle Linux: DockerHub Official Image

Ampere Computing's platforms are uniquely designed to meet the needs of the modern cloud native workload. DockerHub hosts a number of official images for a wide range of software that can be pulled and used anywhere docker is supported. These are a set of images hand selected by a dedicated team at Docker, Inc. More information can be found in the official documentation on Official Images on Docker Hub.

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Overview

Oracle Linux

Oracle Linux (abbreviated OL, formerly known as Oracle Enterprise Linux or OEL) is a Linux distribution packaged and freely distributed by Oracle, available partially under the GNU General Public License since late 2006. It is compiled from Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) source code, replacing Red Hat branding with Oracle's. It is also used by Oracle Cloud and Oracle Engineered Systems such as Oracle Exadata and others.

Potential users can freely download Oracle Linux through Oracle's E-delivery service (Oracle Software Delivery Cloud) or from a variety of mirror sites, and can deploy and distribute it without cost. The company's Oracle Linux Support program aims to provide commercial technical support, covering Oracle Linux and existing RHEL or CentOS installations but without any certification from the former (i.e. without re-installation or re-boot). As of 2016 Oracle Linux had over 15,000 customers subscribed to the support program.


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Continuous Test Infrastructure

Here at Ampere we've built an extensive infrastructure focused on Continuous Integration, Delivery, and Regression (called CIDR).

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Test Information

Our testing runs 24/7/365 in our regression infrastructure.

Our Test Methodology
Basic Functional Test

Verified vs. Unverified

Results are categorized as either 'Verified' or 'Unverified'.

Verified: Everything ran according to plan and results came back positive
Unverified: We couldn't collect a result due to an issue within the test infrastructure. When we root-cause an Unverified result the write-up will appear in the Test Notes section of this page. An unverified test result does not imply an issue with the software under test - it means only that Ampere was unable to confirm one or more steps in our verification process.

Test Notes

Test and build infrastructure can encounter complexities or unexpected speed bumps. Known incidents and their resolutions will be documented where applicable.

📝 DockerHub Introduces Image Pull Limits (2020.11)

Test Systems

All results were collected on Ampere Altra systems running Ubuntu 18.04 using the latest stable Docker release.

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Test Results:Verified TestsUnverifiedCode Change

Ampere CIDR

DockerHub Image Tag - 8

100% Verified/0% Unverified
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Basic Functional Test
Verified
2b5bd6c

DockerHub Image Tag - 8-slim

100% Verified/0% Unverified
TestResultMost Recent Hash
Basic Functional Test
Verified
e328b6e

DockerHub Image Tag - 7

100% Verified/0% Unverified
TestResultMost Recent Hash
Basic Functional Test
Verified
8748708

DockerHub Image Tag - 7-slim

100% Verified/0% Unverified
TestResultMost Recent Hash
Basic Functional Test
Verified
663399b

OCI Ampere A1 Compute

DockerHub Image Tag - 8

100% Verified/0% Unverified
TestResultMost Recent Hash
Basic Functional Test
Verified
2b5bd6c

DockerHub Image Tag - 8-slim

100% Verified/0% Unverified
TestResultMost Recent Hash
Basic Functional Test
Verified
e328b6e

DockerHub Image Tag - 7

100% Verified/0% Unverified
TestResultMost Recent Hash
Basic Functional Test
Verified
8748708

DockerHub Image Tag - 7-slim

100% Verified/0% Unverified
TestResultMost Recent Hash
Basic Functional Test
Verified
663399b