Operating System Compatibility for Intel® Server Board S2600CP Family
This table lists the tested operating systems for the Intel® Server Board S2600CP Family. Operating systems not listed aren't supported.
|Operating system||Note||Type of testing|
|Microsoft Windows Server 2008*, 32 bit and 64 bit, including SP2 and R2 SP1||1, 2, 4||P1|
|Microsoft Windows Server 2012* with Hyper-v x64||4, 5|
|Red Hat* Linux Enterprise Server 6.3|
|SUSE* Linux Enterprise Server 11, 32 bit and 64 bit, SP1|
|Microsoft Windows Server 2003*, 32 bit and 64 bit, with Service Pack 2||4||P2|
|Microsoft Windows 7*, 32 bit and 64 bit|
|Red Hat* Linux Enterprise Server 5.8, 32 bit and 64 bit|
|SUSE* Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP3, 32 and 64 bit|
|Solaris* 10 U9|
|VMware* ESX/ESXi* 4.0 Update 1 (only with AHCI Capable SATA Controller in AHCI mode. Onboard RAID (ESRT2 and RSTe) must be disabled)||3|
|VMware* ESXi 5.0 (only with AHCI Capable SATA Controller in AHCI mode. Onboard RAID (ESRT2 and RSTe) must be disabled)||3|
|Type of testing||Support commitment|
|P1||Compatibility and stress – system stress with special test software is used to maximize the stress of the CPU, memory, and IO buses of the platform. The test areas in compatibility validation are verification of basic functionality, OS installation, and boot.||Intel provides support for customers that have issues with the operating systems involving installation and/or functionality of the server board. Support is provided, regardless if adapters and peripherals were tested under the operating system.|
|P2||Basic testing – OS installation, boot, and functional validation|| |
Intel provides and tests operating system drivers for each of the server board-integrated controllers, provided that the controller vendor has a driver available on request. Intel does not require vendors to develop drivers for operating systems they do not already support. Functionality of certain server board- integrated controllers can be limited.
Intel provides no support for issues related to use of add-in adapters or peripherals, when an operating system had only basic installation testing.