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NuoDB runs on systems listed in the table below. To develop a NuoDB application, you can use any of these platforms. To deploy a NuoDB application, you must use a Linux platform.
|Linux (x64)||Ubuntu 12.04 LTS||Production(*)|
|Ubuntu 14.04 LTS, 16.04 LTS||Production|
|RHEL / CentOS 6.5 and above||Production|
|RHEL / CentOS 7.0 and above||Production|
|Window (x32)||Windows 8 (client support only)||Development /Test|
|Windows 8||Development /Test|
|Windows 10||Development /Test|
|Windows Server 2012 / R2||Development /Test|
Note: Production support discontinued October 1st 2017*
NuoDB server software requires Java 8 or higher and has been tested with the following:
NuoDB JDBC client software requires Java 7 or higher and has been tested with the following:
On Windows (x64), Java must also be (x64). See Installing NuoDB on Windows for details about a required Windows update, which you might or might not already have.
The minimum recommended hardware is as follows:
fallocate()system call is supported by the following:
XFS(since Linux 2.6.38)
ext4(since Linux 3.0)
Btrfs(since Linux 3.7)
tmpfs(since Linux 3.5)
Communication among NuoDB processes in a domain requires Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4). IPv6 is not supported.
NuoDB support for authenticating users via an external LDAP server is a preview feature. Specifically, LDAP support is insecure in the current release as passwords are sent in plain text.
Caution: NuoDB encourages you to use preview features in your development projects. However, the use of preview features in production is not supported.
LDAP requirements on Linux platforms are as follows:
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install ldap-utils
On Red Hat / CentOS Linux:
sudo yum install openldap-clients
On Windows, there are no additional requirements.