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apirwani

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Hello. I currently have KMS 6.1.3 running on redhat linux 9 (2.4.20-8).

Does any one know if the new version 6.3.x would run on RH Linux 9?

Thanks.
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Kerio_ktrumbull

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My guess is it probably will run, but there may have been changed made that might cause KMS to not run properly on RH9. Because support for RH9 has been dropped, 6.3.x was never tested on that platform. Your best bet is to copy your data to a test server and test it out. I would not recommend trying to upgrade your production server without testing first, because the results are unknown.

Just a reminder that if you run KMS on RH9, you would not be eligible for technical support.

Kevin Trumbull
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apirwani

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Ok, thanks for your prompt response, ktrumbull. We will test it out on a test server first.
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