<translate> When an OpenVZ release reaches its “end of life” it receives no further maintenance updates, including critical security upgrades. It is highly recommended that you upgrade to a recent version of OpenVZ at this point.
For information on previous and upcoming releases and please see table below for more details.
OpenVZ versions Lifecycle Policy
|Product||Release date||EOL||Status||Release notes||Kernel branch|
|OpenVZ 7||25 Jul 2016||TBD||Supported||Readme||RHEL7 (3.10)|
|OpenVZ-legacy (RHEL6 based)||14 Oct 2011||Nov 2019||Supported||NA||RHEL6 (2.6.32)|
|OpenVZ-legacy (RHEL5 based)||14 Mar 2007||Feb 2018||Supported||NA||RHEL5 (2.6.18)|
|OpenVZ-legacy (RHEL4 based)||17 Oct 2006, announce||May 2013||Unsupported||NA||RHEL4 (2.6.9)|
- Comparison of OpenVZ with similar virtualization solutions
- OpenVZ roadmap
- Virtuozzo Server Virtualization Lifecycle Policy
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux Life Cycle
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux Release Dates