RHEL (short for RedHat Enterprise Linux), is a commercial Linux distribution that was first released to the public in 2000. RHEL was primarily designed to accommodate enterprise class server applications and network environments.

RHEL OS releases and updates are distributed via a paid subscription service. Desktop and Server variants exist, and several tiers are available, including lower-cost Academic distributions for schools and students. In addition, its source code is freely available, and developers can request subscriptions, free of cost, provided they register with the Red Hat Developer Program and agree to RHEL licensing terms.  

Supported NVMe Products

Gen 4 NVMe Opensource Driver

SSD7502 / SSD7505 / SSD7540 / SSD7580A / SSD7580B

Gen 3 NVMe Opensource DataRAID Driver

SSD7101A-1 / SSD7104 / SSD7104F / SSD7140A / SSD7204 / SSD7120 SSD7180 / SSD7184 / SSD6540 / SSD6540M

Gen 3 NVMe BootRAID Driver

SSD7105 / SSD7103 / SSD7202

Red Hat 8.4     Manual

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HighPoint product name

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Linux Distribution (link to download if possible)