Centos End-Of-Life_201601 Update

Centos End-Of-Life

 

CentOS Linux Version

Minor release

CD and DVD ISO Images

Packages

Release Email

Release Notes

End-Of-Life

 

7

7 (1511)

Rolling: DVD, Minimal, Everything (checksums) | Mirrors: x86_64

RPMs

CentOS

CentOS RHEL

30 June 2024

 

6

6.7

i386 x86_64

RPMs

CentOS

CentOS RHEL

30 Nov 2020

 

5

5.11

i386 x86_64

RPMs

CentOS

CentOS RHEL

31 Mar 2017**

 

End-Of-Life

In general every release receives bugfixes, feature enhancements and new hardware support until 4 years after general availability, and security fixes until 7 years after general availability (beginning with CentOS Linux 5, this period has been extended from 4 to approx. 7 and from 7 to 10 years {assuming the upstream sources remain available for ten years})

For more information about the support life cycle of CentOS Linux, take a look at Red Hat’s Errata Support Policy page.

Basically, if source is released publicly upstream, the CentOS Project will build and release updates for as long as possible. We have done this for all previous versions and will for all future versions.

<!> Please note Red Hat’s policy on Production Phase 3, which normally starts at the 7 year point. In that phase, only those security updates deemed crucial are released in this phase. It is recommended that you plan to upgrade before this point whenever possible.

Ref : https://wiki.centos.org/Download

 

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