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Download page say linux version openjdk 15 work with "Linux glibc version 2.12 or higher"
jdk-15+36]# bin/java -version
bin/java: /lib64/libc.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.14' not found (required by /root/jdk-15+36/bin/../lib/libjli.so)
OpenJDK 15 build by Oracle works in Centos 6.
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JDK15 was changed to compile on Centos 7 (At Adopt).
However I don't see any release notes on the website yet which would hopefully announce the change.
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At the moment, you'd find such a change only in our release announcement: https://blog.adoptopenjdk.net/2020/09/adoptopenjdk-15-available/. I apparently missed that. The release notes usually list OpenJDK changes only.
But we could still make it work with an older glibc. Oracle builds on 7 with headers/libs from 6: https://wiki.openjdk.java.net/display/Build/Supported+Build+Platforms.
Build JDK 15, 16 (x64) on CentOS 6 (#2154)
Restores glibc 2.12 support and aligns us with upstream
CentOS/RHEL 6 support should be restored in this week's release of AdoptOpenJDK 15.
The OpenJ9 project doesn't support CentOS 6 for Java 15 and later, only glibc level 2.17 and later i.e. CentOS 7.
CentOS 6 is out of support in Nov 2020.
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