- System Requirements
- What's New
Warning: As of August 2015, Filesystem-level encryption using eCryptfs is deprecated.
Operating System Requirements
- Linux kernel 2.6.19 or higher (RHEL and CentOS can use 2.6.18-92 or higher)
- RHEL and CentOS: 5.7, 5.10, 6.4, 6.5, 6.6, 6.7, 7.1, 7.2
- Oracle Enterprise Linux: 6.4, 6.5, 6.6, 6.7, 7.1
- SLES: 11 SP2, 11 SP3, 11 SP4Note: SLES 11 does not support the ext4 filesystem.
- Debian: 7.1, 7.8
- Ubuntu: 12.04, 14.04, 14.04.3
Supported command-line interpreters:
- sh (Bourne)
- bash (Bash)
- dash (Debian)
SELinux must be disabled for Key Trustee installation and operation. Modify /etc/selinux/config to set SELINUX=disabled and reboot the system for the change to take effect.
For new Navigator Key Trustee Server (5.4.0 and higher) installations, Navigator Encrypt initiates TCP traffic over port 11371 (HTTPS) to the Key Trustee Server.
For upgrades and Key Trustee Server versions lower than 5.4.0, Navigator Encrypt initiates TCP traffic over ports 80 (HTTP) and 443 (HTTPS) to the Navigator Key Trustee Server.
You must have an active connection to the Internet to download many package dependencies, unless you have internal repositories or mirrors containing the dependent packages.
Data is not accessible during the encryption process. Plan for system downtime during installation and configuration.
To enforce a high level of security, all Navigator Encrypt commands require administrative (root) access (including installation and configuration). If you do not have administrative privileges on your server, contact your system administrator before proceeding.
Navigator Encrypt requires these packages, which are resolved by your distribution package manager during installation:
These packages may have other dependencies that are also resolved by your package manager. Installation works with gcc, gcc3, and gcc4.
What's New in Cloudera Navigator Encrypt 3.9.0
- Support for RHEL 7.2
- Support for SLES 11 SP4
- Support for Debian 7.8
- Support for Ubuntu 14.04.3
Issues Fixed in Cloudera Navigator Encrypt 3.9.0
The software-signing GPG key is missing from the repository tarball for Navigator Encrypt
The GPG key used to sign the Navigator Encrypt packages is missing from the repository tarball, and must be imported from archive.gazzang.com.
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