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We recommend that you contact your Microsoft Dynamics Partner beforeinstalling service packs or hot fixes. It is important to verify thatyour environment is compatible with the service pack(s), hot fix(es), ordownload(s) being installed. A service pack, hot fix, or download maycause interoperability issues with customizations, and third-partyproducts that work with your Microsoft Dynamics solution.
The scripts included with this service pack were last modified 6/8/200512:34 PM, but the changes were to the comments section only. It is notnecessary to rerun the scripts if they have already been applied.
However, repeated entries are provided as a courtesy only.Therefore, if you are skipping one or more service packs, check the release notes of the skipped service packs as well.If you are only reading the release notes of the current release, you could miss important changes.
In SLE 15, packages formerly shipped as part of the Software Development Kit are now integrated into the products.Development packages are packaged alongside other packages.In addition, the Development Tools module contains tools for development.
Full Installation Medium:Allows installing all SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15 products without a network connection.This medium contains all packages from all SLE modules.SLE modules need to be enabled manually during installation.RMT (Repository Mirroring Tool) and SUSE Manager provide additional options for disconnected or managed installations.
Certain software delivered as part of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server may require an external contract.Check the support status of individual packages using the RPM metadata that can be viewed with rpm, zypper, or YaST.
Technology previews are packages, stacks, or features delivered by SUSE to provide glimpses into upcoming innovations.Technology previews are included for your convenience to give you a chance to test new technologies within your environment.We would appreciate your feedback!If you test a technology preview, contact your SUSE representative and let them know about your experience and use cases.Your input is helpful for future development.
Traditionally, zypper executes the rpm command separately for each operation in a transaction.This is among other things a lot slower for a large number of packages.Therefore we have implemented a new backend that runs all the operations in a single transaction using librpm.
As a technology preview, the SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for Arm 15 SP4 kernel includes etnaviv,a Display Rendering Infrastructure (DRI) driver for Vivante GPUs, and theMesa-dri package contains a matching etnaviv_dri graphics driver library.Together they can avoid the need for third-party drivers and libraries.
As a technology preview, the SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for Arm 15 SP2 kernel addedlima, a Display Rendering Infrastructure (DRI) driver for Mali Utgardmicroarchitecture GPUs, such as Mali-400, and the Mesa-dri packagecontains a matching lima_dri graphics driver library.
As a technology preview, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for Arm 15 SP2 added a Btrfs driver toU-Boot for the Raspberry Pi (package u-boot-rpiarm64).This allows its commands ls and load to access files on Btrfs-formattedpartitions on supported boot media, such as microSD and USB.
SLE 15 SP4 introduces a new Python 3 Module, which includes the alternatively available development Python interpreter, formerly included in the Basesystem Module.This new module will allow for more flexibility for the lifecycle of the packages provided within it and a clean separation between the system and development interpreter.
As the python39 package was part of the Basesystem Module on SLE 15 SP3, the introduction of this new module will require some changes when migrating to SLE 15 SP4.If you are using python39 and migrate from SLE 15 SP3, you will have to add the Python 3 module after migration via SUSEConnect to receive updates for this alternative interpreter.Otherwise the package will remain orphaned and without security updates.
The OpenLDAP server (package openldap2, part of the Legacy SLE module) has been removed from SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15 SP4.The OpenLDAP client libraries are widely used for LDAP integrations and are compatible with 389 Directory Server.Hence, the OpenLDAP client libraries and command-line tools will continue to be supported on SLES 15 to provide an easier transition for customers that currently use the OpenLDAP Server.
To replace OpenLDAP server, SLES includes 389 Directory Server.389 Directory Server (package 389-ds) is a fully-featured LDAPv3-compliant server suited for modern environments and for very large LDAP deployments.389 Directory Server also comes with command-line tools of its own.
In SLES 15 SP4, we have made some of those components optional so that when installing the package on its own, for example in container environment, these can be omitted, reducing the final footprint of the whole container.
The current SLE container images were not small enough for cloud-native applications.Even though they had fewer packages compared to a regular SLE system, they still included many that were not required.These extra packages increased the size of the image and, most importantly, its attack surface.
The new package busybox-links has been added to SLE.This is a helper package that provides links in PATH to /bin/busybox for every function that Busybox provides.Thereby it is possible to use the Busybox-provided core utilities instead of the GNU coreutils without having to change the script (assuming it is compatible with Busybox).
Previously in SLES 12, the unixODBC driver for PostgreSQL was included in the postgresql10-odbc package and was located in /usr/pgsql-10/lib/psqlodbcw.so.In SLES 15 SP4, this driver is part of the psqlODBC- package and it is located in /usr/lib64/psqlodbcw.so.
Users who plan to run Linux graphical applications under Windows using WSL are recommended to install the wsl_gui pattern.This pattern includes packages that enable running of graphical applications without issues like missing fonts etc.
To enable pipewire for audio, install the pipewire-pulseaudio package which will remove all pulseaudio-related packages and install wireplumber-audio, enabling audio support in pipewire and pulseaudio emulation so that most applications will keep working with pipewire.
PHP 8 has replaced PHP 7, which has moved to the Legacy Module.After upgrading, make sure that all needed packages, including extension modules, are installed for PHP 8.Additionally, the current version of the package apparmor-profiles includes the php-fpm profile that was absent before.This profile effectively blocks PHP-FPM processes from accessing the socket file (if its name differs from the template in this file) as well as to directories with PHP scripts (for example, the standard directory /srv/www/htdocs and its subdirectories).
In SLE SP2 we have introduced the kernel-preempt package for latency-sensitive workloads on x86-64 and AArch64 hardware architectures.The settings of kernel-preempt support timely reaction to external events and precise timing at the cost of overall system throughput. 041b061a72