Last updated: 2019-10-28 10:52:13PDF
Tencent Linux (Tlinux) is a Linux operating system developed by Tencent for cloud scenarios. With specialized features and optimized performance, Tlinux provides a high-performance, securer, and more reliable operating environment for applications in Cloud Virtual Machine (CVM) instances. Tlinux is free, and applications developed on CentOS and Linux distributions can directly run on Tlinux. Tencent Cloud provides users with continuous updates, maintenance, and technical support.
Tlinux can be used in the following scenarios:
- Tlinux is applicable to the instance type families of most CVMs, including Cloud Physical Machine (CPM) 2.0.
- During instance launching, Tlinux is used to transfer related operations to cloud-init through user data (the userdata field), allowing it to support dynamic configuration.
|Kernel customization||Customized the kernel based on the kernel version 4.14.105 that has long been supported by the kernel community; introduced new features applicable to cloud scenarios; improved the kernel performance improved, and resolved major defects.|
|Support for containers||Tlinux is optimized for container scenarios for enhanced isolation and optimized performance: |
|Performance optimization||Optimized the computing, storage, and network subsystems:|
|Support for defects|
|Security updates||Regularly updates security patches to enhance security and features.|
|Release Time||Image Tag||Description|
|September 17, 2019||Tencent Linux release 2.4 (Final)||Image ID: img-hdt9xxkt
Kernel version: 4.14.105
Region: All regions
Tlinux public images are provided in the CVM Console. You can obtain and use Tlinux by using the following methods.
- When creating a CVM instance, select Public Image and the corresponding version of Tlinux.
For more information, see Creating an Instance.
- For existing CVM instances, you need to reinstall the operating system to Tlinux.
For more information, see Reinstalling the Operating System.
Tencent Cloud provides the following technical support for Tlinux:
We provide security updates in the YUM repository. You can update Tlinux to the latest version by running