SQL Server 2019 on Ubuntu 20.04,python2 dependency removed for SQL Server 2019 across distributions.

Published Apr 07 2021 10:58 AM 2,311 Views
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SQL Server 2019 on Ubuntu 20.04

We are happy to announce the official production support and availability of SQL Server 2019 package native to Ubuntu 20.04 distribution starting with CU 10. You can read more about the SQL Server 2019 CU 10 release here.

 

You can follow the below link to get started with SQL Server 2019 on Ubuntu 20.04: 

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sql/linux/quickstart-install-connect-ubuntu?view=sql-server-ver15#i... 

 

SQL Server 2019 on Ubuntu 20.04 based containers

We are glad to announce the availability of SQL Server 2019 CU 10 container image built on ubuntu 20.04. It is fully supported for production use. The tag for the container image is : ‘2019-CU10-ubuntu-20.04’ and you can pull the image using the command below:

docker pull mcr.microsoft.com/mssql/server:2019-CU10-ubuntu-20.04

 

No more python 2 dependency across all supported distributions, starting from SQL Server 2019 CU 10.

As we all are aware that python 2 is no longer supported and has reached end of life, starting SQL Server 2019 CU 10 we have also moved away from python 2 dependency to python 3 for all supported SQL Server 2019 distributions.

 

Thanks!

Mike Habben (Principal Software Engineering Manager)

Pat Schaefer (Senior Software Engineer)
Pranav Raj (Software Engineer)

Tejas Shah (Principal Program Manager)

Amit Khandelwal (Senior Program Manager) 

 
 
 
 
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