References → Compatibility Matrix
The successful operation of the Incorta Direct Data PlatformTM requires the supported versions of specific operating systems, database servers, and applications.
To avoid potential problems and issues, please use the supported versions.
The following operating systems support the Incorta Direct Data PlatformTM .
Only x86-64 architecture implementations of these operating systems are supported.
|Operating System||Supported Version|
|Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL)||7.x|
Unlike CentOS or Redhat, Ubuntu does not support the use of
bash. In order to run Incorta Direct Data PlatformTM on Ubuntu, ensure that the default shell for Ubuntu is
/bin/bash instead of
sh for compatibility with most scripts.
The following are the supported Java versions.
- Oracle Java SE 8
- OpenJDK 8
Incorta does not support the Java Runtime Environment (JRE).
The following are the database management systems supported for the Incorta Metadata database.
|Database System||Supported Versions||Comments|
|5.7.x||Set sql_mode in my.cnf|
|8.0.x||Set sql_mode in my.cnf|
In the case of using MySQL 5.7.x, set the sql_mode in my.cnf as follows:
While using MySQL 8.0.x requires setting the sql_mode as follows:
Oracle 11g was supported till the 5.1.1 release. However, it is no longer supported for the Incorta metadata database starting the 5.1.2 release.
To use Oracle 12c or 19c for the Incorta metadata database in 5.1.2 or later releases, you must increase the maximum size of string columns in the metadata database by setting the
MAX_STRING_SIZE property to
EXTENDED. Contact your database administrator or Incorta Support to help configure this property depending on your database version. Note that once you change this property to
EXTENDED, this change will affect all objects in the database and you cannot change it back to
STANDARD. For more details, refer to Oracle 12c or Oracle 19c documentation.
Incorta requires the following applications and supported versions:
|Apache Spark||2.4.3 , 2.4.7 (starting the 5.1.2 release)|
|Zookeeper||3.4.x, 3.5.x, 3.6.1|
|Python||2.7.5, 3.5, 3.6, or 3.7|
Python 2.7 reached the end of its life on January 1st, 2020. Please upgrade your Python as Python 2.7 is no longer maintained. A future version of pip will drop support for Python 2.7.