This page lists the software components and versions that DX Core and the Jackrabbit repository have been tested on.
If you don’t see a particular software component listed on this page, it means that we do not routinely test Magnolia on it. If you require official certification for a specific software component or version, contact us.
Linux distributions running kernel 2.6 and later.
- Ubuntu - all currently supported LTS releases.
- SuSE Linux Enterprise Server - all releases with existing (SuSE) general support.
- Fedora - latest two releases.
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server
- For Magnolia 5.x: All releases with full support or maintenance support.
- For Magnolia 6.x: RHEL 7 (and later) with full support or maintenance support.
- CentOS 6 and 7
- Debian - all currently supported LTS releases.
- Windows Server 2012 R2
- Windows 10
- Mac OS X 10.12 and later
Are you running Magnolia on an OS that is not listed here? Let us know by leaving a comment at the bottom of the page or post to the forum and mailing lists.
You need a Java Development Kit (JDK) or a Java Runtime Environment (JRE) on your system to run Magnolia and the Tomcat application server that ships with the bundle. JRE is an implementation of the Java Virtual Machine which executes Java programs. JDK is a bundle of software that you can use to develop Java based applications. If you plan to write your own Java code get the JDK. If you just want to run Magnolia then JRE is sufficient.
Magnolia releases run on the active Java version at the time of the first release.
|Java SE 12||Java SE 11||Java SE 10||Java SE 9||Java SE 8|
Oracle JDK and OpenJDK are interchangeable alternatives. Use whichever one you feel more comfortable with. However, please be aware that as of January 2019, Oracle stopped contributing to the OpenJDK 8 Updates project. Together with OpenJDK 11, the OpenJDK 8 project is maintained by RedHat, for more details see Leadership of OpenJDK 8 and OpenJDK 11 Transitions to Red Hat.
If you are using AdoptOpenJDK on macOS 10.15, be aware that this build of OpenJDK is currently facing a segmentation fault problem issued as https://github.com/AdoptOpenJDK/openjdk-build/issues/1315, which also affects our Periscope module. Until the issue is fixed in the AdoptOpenJDK project, you can bypass it by excluding the
magnolia-periscope-result-ranker artifact from your instances, temporarily losing the functionality the result ranker provides.
- Tomcat. Please check Apache's Apache Tomcat - Which Version Do I Want? page to find out about compatibility between Tomcat and Java versions. For Magnolia 6.1.5+, we recommend version 9.0.31 of Tomcat.
- Wildfly 11 and later
- JBoss EAP 7.0 and later
- IBM WebSphere Application Server 9 and later
- IBM WebSphere Liberty 126.96.36.199 and later
- Oracle WebLogic Server version 12c and later
- Oracle WebLogic and IBM WebSphere are supported only with the special Magnolia package for Oracle WebLogic and IBM WebSphere.
- Oracle WebLogic and IBM WebSphere are supported only with DX Core.
Back end: Admincentral and content management
- Admincentral works in all modern browsers not older than 2 years.
Admincentral works with three responsive viewports:
- Width smaller than 1200px for small screens & tablets
- Width between 1200px and 1600px for desktop screens
- Width of more than 1600px for wide screens.
Note: Internet Explorer 11, the last version of Internet Explorer, is not supported. Please use Microsoft Edge instead.
Front end: sites built with Magnolia Templating Essentials
Magnolia Templating Essentials (MTE) supports all CSS3/HTML5 compatible browsers and includes a ready-to-use solution for making all the functionality and design available in IE7 and IE8 as well.
- H2 1.4.200 and later (Magnolia 6.1.5+)
- Derby 10.3.1.4 (the packaged version)
- MySQL 5.5 and later
- Oracle 10g Enterprise Edition and later
- PostgreSQL 9 and later
- MS SQL 2016 and later
- Derby DB 10.3.1.4 is supported only as an embedded database, packaged version for low volume use only
- InnoDB storage engine for MySQL is supported by Magnolia, MyISAM is not. InnoDB is the default in MySQL 5.5 and later.
- Oracle 10g, 11g, and 12c Enterprise Edition is supported as an external database.
- Apache Jackrabbit 2.18
The certified stack can be summarized as follows:
Mac OS X 10.12 and later