In this week’s release of Fedora Atomic Host we have an updated kernel (the spectre patches are slowly working their way out), and an updated docker with a security fix. We also are including firewalld in the ostree now, but we are not enabling it by default. I’ll post a follow up blog post on this topic in the next day or two.
The new Fedora Atomic Host update is available via an OSTree update:
- Commit(x86_64): 772ab185b0752b0d6bc8b2096d08955660d80ed95579e13e136e6a54e3559ca9
- Commit(aarch64): 598626fd61dc6ed4b702159e50b6029ee70a527e855fce7d8e61a870b141f893
- Commit(ppc64le): 16ce78ee689066f582dbfc0672dab1706051fefab496fcebd8109d58738eb8fe
We are releasing images from multiple architectures but please note that x86_64 architecture is the only one that undergoes automated testing at this time.
Existing systems can be upgraded in place via e.g.
atomic host upgrade or
atomic host deploy. Systems on Fedora Atomic 26 can be upgraded using
rpm-ostree rebase. Refer to the upgrade guide for more details.