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Old 05-28-2019, 06:48 PM   #1
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Question More /etc/redhat-release and subscription-manger list return different linux versions


I am researching a CVE. The CVE contains a patch for rhel 7.5 but not 7.6. I signed in to each of my linux VMs and issued more /etc/redhat-release and subscription-manger list commands. More returns a 7.5 version but the subscription manager returns 7.6. I have no idea which one to trust or why they are different. I searched many sites but didn't find anything definitive. So I am unsure to recommend the upgrade to skip the patch or do the patch. Guidance is appreciated.
 
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I think the /etc/redhat-relase is probably correct; try 'lsb_release -d' as well.
Looking at https://access.redhat.com/documentat...nts-cli-script options at the bottom of the page, I think that probably just shows what you could have...

That being said, if you are running RHEL, you should have a subscription, which means you get support included, so you should really ask them if you are not sure.
 
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Thumbs up I'll try your command

Thanks chrism01! I will try your command. I did try to ask a question on the red hat community support page but got access denied. I believe one of the other developers has access. I do plan to ask red hat just to be sure.
 
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Thumbs up lsb_release -d works in 7.6 not 7.5

I tried your lsb_release command in all my environments. Consistently the command did not work in 7.5 but did in 7.6. I found a link to install the package that has the command but expect that these environments will upgrade to 7.6 anyway. Thank you for your response. I admit I did not expect to get one.
 
  


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