systemd-resolved doesn't appear in the technology preview section of the release notes for any RHEL release
Reported by: jconti
>In RHEL 8, Red Hat provides systemd-resolved as an unsupported Technology Preview.
Looking RHEL 8 release notes only mentions of systemd-resolved I see are in RHEL 8.1 & 8.2 has mention of systemd-resolved in known issues
And is definitely NOT mentioned in the RHEL 8.3 Network Technology Preview section
Furthermore, we have the following that states systemd-resolved is supported!
Appears this may just be a Tech Preview note that was left in the Configure & Managing Networking RHEL 8 Documentation. Can we please get confirmation?
Lukas, can you please confirm that systemd-resolved is fully supported in RHEL 8 or that it's Tech Preview?
If it is supported, which RHEL 8 version was the first one, in which we fully supported it?
It really should be just a tech preview in rhel8.
So what does this mean for customers that are using it thinking that it is supported since it is not in any of the RHEL 8 minor version Release Notes - Tech Preview section?
I think this is the location that most feel is authoritative for anything that is provided as Tech Preview in a given RHEL release.
Lukas Nykryn confirmed on Red Hat-internal IRC that systemd-resolved is Tech Preview in RHEL 8.
I already updated the KCS article: https://access.redhat.com/solutions/3771891
Tomorrow I'll write a Tech Preview RN and add it to the RHEL 8.x Release Notes documents.
Would be nice if the systemd-resolved.service had an ExecPre= or something that did the following too:
/bin/echo 29 > /proc/sys/kernel/tainted
Would make it clear for customers, and we have it documented at:
Guess that would need to be, right?
Lucie, can you please add the RN from the Doc Text field to the Tech Preview sections in the RHEL 8.0 - 8.3 Release Notes documents? It is missing there. Thanks.