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Fedora

Fedora® is a Linux distribution developed by the community-supported Fedora Project and primarily sponsored by Red Hat®.

The following table gives an overview of the kernel versions and configuration used with the latest releases of the Fedora distribution. A more complete list of kernel versions for all releases can be found here.

VersionKernelZBD APIZBC, ZACZNSdm-zonedzonefsbtrfs
26(EOL)4.11YesYesNoNoNoNo
27(EOL)4.13YesYesNoYesNoNo
28(EOL)4.16YesYesNoYesNoNo
29(EOL)4.18YesYesNoYesNoNo
30(EOL)5.0YesYesNoYesNoNo
30(EOL)5.0YesYesNoYesNoNo
31(EOL)5.3YesYesNoYesNoNo
32(EOL)5.6YesYesNoYesNoNo
33(EOL)5.8YesYesYes
(After Updates)
YesNoNo
34(EOL)5.11YesYesYesYesYesNo
355.14YesYesYesYesYesYes
365.17YesYesYesYesYesYes

Support for the zoned block interface is present and enabled by default in the binary kernel of all releases of Fedora since release 26. Starting with release 27, the pre-compiled kernel packages also include the dm-zoned device mapper target compiled as a loadable kernel module. Fedora 33 also provides NVMe Zoned Namespace (ZNS) support after updating the distribution. Detailed information on how to download and install Fedora can be found here