Rocky Linux 8 LVM-partitioned


Rocky Linux 8 LVM-partitioned


Minimal ready-to-use Rocky Linux 8 LVM-partitioned Gold Image. 100% bug-for-bug compatible with RHEL and pre-Stream CentOS.

Minimal ready-to-use LVM-partitioned Rocky Linux 8 Gold Image

Rocky Linux is an open-source enterprise operating system designed to be 100% bug-for-bug compatible with CentOS and Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

This is a minimal ready-to-use Rocky Linux 8 Gold Image having the 30 GiB OS disk managed with LVM (Logical Volume Manager).

Mainly used as a common base system on top of which other appliances could be built and tested, it contains just enough packages to run within Azure, bring up an SSH Server and allow users to login.

Main highlights:

  • 100% bug-for-bug compatible with RHEL and pre-Stream CentOS.
  • Azure Linux Agent and cloud-init are included.
  • Accelerated Networking is supported.
  • Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux) is enabled.
  • The default 30 GiB OS disk is LVM-partitioned.
  • All security updates available at the release date are included.

Root login is disabled and only the user account specified at launch time is allowed to connect, preferably using ssh public key authentication.

Built using AlmaLinux 8 'Minimal Install' group of packages and a single 30 GiB OS disk split like this:

  • /boot 512 MiB.
  • / (root) 4 GiB.
  • /tmp 2 GiB.
  • /usr 10 GiB.
  • /opt 2 GiB.
  • /home 2 GiB.
  • /var rest of the free space (9.5 GiB)

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Why choose ProComputers?

With over 10 years of experience working with Microsoft Azure, ProComputers provides open-source software bundled together into solutions ready to be launched on-demand in the cloud.

ProComputers is a proud sponsor of the AlmaLinux OS Foundation and the Rocky Enterprise Software Foundation.

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