Supported Clients and Features

Uyuni is compatible with a range of client technologies. You can install traditional or Salt clients, running SUSE Linux Enterprise or another Linux operating system, with a range of hardware options.

This section contains summary of supported client systems. For a detailed list of features available on each client, see the following pages.

1. Supported Client Systems

Supported operating systems for traditional and Salt clients are listed in this table.

The icons in this table indicate:

  • clients running this operating system are supported by SUSE

  • clients running this operating system are not supported by SUSE

  • clients are under consideration, and may or may not be supported at a later date.

Client operating system versions and SP levels must be under general support (normal or LTSS) to be supported with Uyuni. For details on supported product versions, see

The operating system running on a client is supported by the organization that supplies the operating system.

Table 1. Supported Client Systems
Operating System Architecture Traditional Clients Salt Clients

SUSE Linux Enterprise 15

x86-64, ppc64le, IBM Z, ARM

SUSE Linux Enterprise 12

x86-64, ppc64le, IBM Z, ARM

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP 15

x86-64, ppc64le

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP 12

x86-64, ppc64le

SLE Micro

x86-64, ppc64le, aarch64

openSUSE Leap 15

x86-64, aarch64

Alibaba Cloud Linux 2

x86-64, aarch64

AlmaLinux 9

x86-64, ppc64le, IBM Z, aarch64

AlmaLinux 8

x86-64, aarch64

Amazon Linux 2

x86-64, aarch64

CentOS 7

x86-64, ppc64le, aarch64

Debian 11


Debian 10


Oracle Linux 9

x86-64, aarch64

Oracle Linux 8

x86-64, aarch64

Oracle Linux 7

x86-64, aarch64

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9


Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8


Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7


Rocky Linux 9

x86-64, aarch64, ppc64le, s390x

Rocky Linux 8

x86-64, aarch64

Ubuntu 22.04


Ubuntu 20.04


Ubuntu 18.04


Debian and Ubuntu list the x86-64 architecture as amd64.

When the distibution reaches end-of-life, it enters grace period of 3 months when the support is considered deprecated. After that period, the product is considered unsupported. Any support may only be available on the best-effort basis.

For more information about end-of-life dates, see

2. Supported Tools Packages

The spacewalk-utils and spacewalk-utils-extras packages can provide additional services and features.

Table 2. Spacewalk Utilities
Tool Name Description Supported?


Add channels not provided by SUSE Customer Center


Change the hostname of the Uyuni Server


Clone channels by a specific date


Set up ISS master and slave organization mappings


Manage channel lifecycles