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Is there a site with a table for release history for AOS STS and LTS?

  • 12 September 2019
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Hello,
I've been looking relatively hard for a comprised list of STS and LTS release dates and a indexed link to the readme's for those releases and perhaps the CVE's addressed in those patches.

Seems like it would be easy to find but I'm struggling.
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Best answer by Mutahir 19 November 2019, 17:42

Hello,
I've been looking relatively hard for a comprised list of STS and LTS release dates and a indexed link to the readme's for those releases and perhaps the CVE's addressed in those patches.

Seems like it would be easy to find but I'm struggling.

Hi @Lukemi 
Release information including EOL versions are listed at the following link:
https://portal.nutanix.com/#/page/upgradePaths 

Security Advisories are also available on portal.nutanix.com > Documentation >

You can read about the release cycles (LTS and STS) as well on the following link:
https://portal.nutanix.com/#/page/kbs/details?targetId=kA00e000000LIi9CAG

Hope this helps ? Please let us know if you require further info on this - thanks 

 

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Hello,
I've been looking relatively hard for a comprised list of STS and LTS release dates and a indexed link to the readme's for those releases and perhaps the CVE's addressed in those patches.

Seems like it would be easy to find but I'm struggling.

Hi @Lukemi 
Release information including EOL versions are listed at the following link:
https://portal.nutanix.com/#/page/upgradePaths 

Security Advisories are also available on portal.nutanix.com > Documentation >

You can read about the release cycles (LTS and STS) as well on the following link:
https://portal.nutanix.com/#/page/kbs/details?targetId=kA00e000000LIi9CAG

Hope this helps ? Please let us know if you require further info on this - thanks 

 

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@Lukemi I thought I chime in as it sounded like you are concerned about security vulnerabilities and AOS as well.  On the top of what has been referenced above to find about STS and LTS, if your concern is basically finding out certain CVE are fixed in AOS, best way is perhaps search directly in your nutanix portal for the specific CVE and you will either hit a KB or or a release notes that can provide more info about it.