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RHOAR Node.js Release Notes

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For use with Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes Node.js 8.16.0 and 10.15.3

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Abstract

This Release Note contains important information related to Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes Node.js 8 and 10

Chapter 1. Required Infrastructure Component Versions

The following versions of infrastructure components are required for all runtimes distributed as part of a RHOAR release. Red Hat does not provide support for components listed below, with the exception of components explicitly designated as supported.

Component nameVersion

Node.js v8[a]

8.16.0 LTS

Node.js v10[b]

10.15.3 LTS

Web App Node.js v10[c]

10.15.3

Nodeshift

2.1.1

npm 5[d]

6.4.1

npm 6[e]

6.4.1

OpenShift Container Platform (OCP)[f]

3.11 or later

Minishift

1.34.0 or later

CDK[g]

3.8.0

git

2.0 or later

oc command line tool

3.11 or later[h]

[a] The RHOAR Node.js v8 release is supported by Red Hat
[b] The RHOAR Node.js v10 release is supported by Red Hat
[c] The RHOAR Web App Node.js v10 image release is Technology Preview
[d] Distributed with RHOAR as a supported RPM for Node.js 8
[e] Distributed with RHOAR as a supported RPM for Node.js 10
[f] OCP is supported by Red Hat
[g] CDK is supported by Red Hat
[h] The version of the oc CLI tool should correspond to the version of OCP that you are using.

Chapter 2. Features

This section contains information about feature changes introduced in the current release.

2.1. New and Changed features

There are no new features introduced in this release.

2.2. Deprecated features

There are no features deprecated in this release.

2.3. Technology preview

There are no new Technology Preview features introduced in this release.

2.4. Supported architectures

RHOAR Node.js builder images and RPM packages are available and supported for use with the following CPU architectures:

  • AMD x86_64
  • PowerPC 64-bit Little Endian

Chapter 3. Release components

3.1. Node.js 8

Latest release: 2019-03-19

3.2. Node.js 10

Latest release: 2019-03-21

3.3. Web App Node.js 10

Latest release: 2019-03-22

Chapter 4. Fixed issues

4.1. Node.js 8

This RHOAR Node.js 8 release incorporates all bugfixes form the upstream release. Issues resolved in the community release are listed in the Node.js 8 changelog.

For a list of security-related updates that apply to this release of Node.js 8, see the Affected Packages section on the respective Node.js 8 Container Catalog Page.

4.2. Node.js 10

This RHOAR Node.js 10 release incorporates all bugfixes form the upstream release. Issues resolved in the community release are listed in the Node.js 10 changelog.

For a list of security-related updates that apply to this release of Node.js 10, see the Affected Packages section on the respective Node.js 10 Container Catalog Page.

4.3. Web App Node.js 10

For a list of security-related updates that apply to this release of Web App Node.js 10, see the Affected Packages section on the respective Web App Node.js 10 Container Catalog Page.

Chapter 5. Known issues

5.1. Node.js 8

There are no known issues affecting this release.

5.2. Node.js 10

There are no known issues affecting this release.

5.3. Web App Node.js

There are no known issues affecting this release.

Chapter 6. Known issues affecting required infrastructure components

There are no known issues affecting infrastructure components required by this release.

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