Core Services HTTP Server Supported Configurations
Every Core Services Apache HTTP server release is tested and supported on a variety of market-leading operating systems and hardware architectures. Red Hat provides both production and development support for supported configurations according to your subscription agreement in both physical and virtual environments.
In order to be running in a supported configuration, the Core Services Apache HTTP server must be running on one of the following operating systems and architectures. Red Hat has performed the full range of platform tests on the following configurations.
|Operating System||Chipset Architecture|
|Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9 (latest update)||x86_64|
|Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 (latest update) ||x86_64|
|Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 (latest update)||x86_64|
|Microsoft Windows Server 2019||x86_64|
|Microsoft Windows Server 2016||x86_64|
 Red Hat expects that customers will remain on a supported environment. In the event that a JVM, operating system, database, etc., or its version is no longer supported by its vendor, Red Hat may be limited in its ability to provide support and may require you to reproduce the issue in a supported environment for continued assistance.
 JBCS for RHEL 8 tested configuration are referring to the Apache Modules which JBCS ship as RPM for this particular Operating System.
See this Knowledge Article to know how to use JBCS Modules for RHEL 8 Apache HTTP Server: JBCS 2.4.37 on RHEL 8
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What versions of HTTPD are supported? Are they the ones in SCL?
The Core Services distribution is a separate distribution and separate entitlement from SCL that's targeted at JBoss customers. There is no relation between SCL and Core Services.
So what versions of HTTPD are supported? The HTTPD versions specified in the JBoss products (eg. EAP, JWS, etc etc)
Only 2.4.6 at this time. Core Services HTTP
can we use JBCS Apache HTTP server 2.4.37(latest) on RHEL 7.6
Hi Abhilash, Currently we tested with the latest RHEL available and for that time was RHEL 7.9. I suggest to check this page about the RHEL lifecycle to validate if that version is still supported -> https://access.redhat.com/support/policy/updates/errata/