Hello Octopus team,
Some of our folks asked if they can configure deployment targets running on CentOS 6.
I’ve looked at requirements pages but it’s not compliant :
I’ve tested to install Tentacle with rpm (missing openssl-libs introduced in CentOS 7) and with tar file (missing GLIBC_2.14 and GLIBCXX_3.4.15) without success and even If I just want to connect Tentacle the old way using SSH I’m still missing some self-Contained .NET Core dependencies for the Calamari.
Could you confirm me that? Do you have any hints?
I’d like to avoid create Worker and ssh from it without using calamari
Thanks for advices!
Thanks for getting in touch!
Coincidentally, we actually had another user recently needing to use CentOS 6 as a deployment target and, unfortunately, we were unsuccessful in finding any solution that would allow a Tentacle to work with this OS.
The only option would be to try using SSH and Calamari on Mono but this does have some drawbacks as listed here: SSH target requirements - Octopus Deploy
You confirm my tests’ results and drawbacks of using old Mono versions are too great.
Thanks for super fast answer
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