OS Versions that are no longer supported

GitLab provides omnibus packages for operating systems only until their EOL (End-Of-Life). After the EOL date of the OS, GitLab will stop releasing official packages. The list of deprecated operating systems and the final GitLab release for them can be found below:

OS Version End Of Life Last supported GitLab version
Raspbian Wheezy May 2015 GitLab CE 8.17
OpenSUSE 13.2 January 2017 GitLab CE / GitLab EE 9.1
Ubuntu 12.04 April 2017 GitLab CE / GitLab EE 9.1
OpenSUSE 42.1 May 2017 GitLab CE / GitLab EE 9.3
OpenSUSE 42.2 January 2018 GitLab CE / GitLab EE 10.4
Debian Wheezy May 2018 GitLab CE / GitLab EE 11.6
Raspbian Jessie May 2017 GitLab CE 11.7
Ubuntu 14.04 April 2019 GitLab CE / GitLab EE 11.10
OpenSUSE 42.3 July 2019 GitLab CE / GitLab EE 12.1
OpenSUSE 15.0 December 2019 GitLab CE / GitLab EE 12.5
Raspbian Stretch June 2020 GitLab CE 13.3
Debian Jessie June 2020 GitLab CE / GitLab EE 13.3
CentOS 6 November 2020 GitLab CE / GitLab EE 13.6
noteAn exception to this deprecation policy is when we are unable to provide packages for the next version of the operating system. The most common reason for this our package repository provider, Packagecloud, not supporting newer versions and hence we can’t upload packages to it.

Update GitLab package sources after upgrading the OS

After upgrading the Operating System (OS) as per its own documentation, it may be necessary to also update the GitLab package source URL in your package manager configuration. If your package manager reports that no further updates are available, although new versions have been released, repeat the “Add the GitLab package repository” instructions of the Linux package install guide. Future GitLab upgrades will now be fetched according to your upgraded OS.

Supported Operating Systems

GitLab officially supports LTS versions of operating systems. While OSs like Ubuntu have a clear distinction between LTS and non-LTS versions, there are other OSs, openSUSE for example, that don’t follow the LTS concept. Hence to avoid confusion, the official policy is that at any point of time, all the operating systems supported by GitLab are listed in the installation page.

The following lists the currently supported OSs and their possible EOL dates.

OS Version First supported GitLab version Arch OS EOL Details
CentOS 7 GitLab CE / GitLab EE 7.10.0 x86_64 June 2024 https://wiki.centos.org/About/Product
CentOS 8 GitLab CE / GitLab EE 12.8.1 x86_64, aarch64 Dec 2021 https://wiki.centos.org/About/Product
Debian 9 GitLab CE / GitLab EE 9.3.0 amd64 2022 https://wiki.debian.org/DebianReleases#Production_Releases
Debian 10 GitLab CE / GitLab EE 12.2.0 amd64, arm64 TBD https://wiki.debian.org/DebianReleases#Production_Releases
OpenSUSE 15.1 GitLab CE / GitLab EE 12.4.0 x86_64, aarch64 Nov 2020 https://en.opensuse.org/Lifetime
OpenSUSE 15.2 GitLab CE / GitLab EE 13.11.0 x86_64, aarch64 Dec 2021 https://en.opensuse.org/Lifetime
SLES 12 GitLab EE 9.0.0 x86_64 Oct 2027 https://www.suse.com/lifecycle/
Ubuntu 16.04 GitLab CE / GitLab EE 8.7.1 amd64 April 2021 https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Releases
Ubuntu 18.04 GitLab CE / GitLab EE 10.7.0 amd64 April 2023 https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Releases
Ubuntu 20.04 GitLab CE / GitLab EE 13.2.0 amd64, arm64 April 2025 https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Releases
Raspbian Buster GitLab CE 12.2.0 armhf 2022 https://wiki.debian.org/DebianReleases#Production_Releases

Packages for ARM64

Introduced in GitLab 13.4.

GitLab provides arm64/aarch64 packages for some supported operating systems. You can see if your operating system architecture is supported in the table above.

cautionThere are currently still some known issues and limitation running GitLab on ARM.