Supported Operating Systems & Kernels



As of June 2017, Threat Stack supports CoreOS Stable channel v1353.8.0 and later.

As of July 1, 2017, Threat Stack no longer supports Ubuntu 12.04.

Supported Kernel & glibc Versions

Check your kernel version before running our agent or installing the auditd package.

Minimum linux kernel version v2.6.36 or greater
glibc version 2.7 or greater

Linux Kernel Conflicts

If your Threat Stack agent is greater than v1.4.0, it will detect the following incompatible kernel versions and abort the agent startup:

Linux Kernel Conflicts

Supported Operating Systems

The Threat Stack Agent is tested and supported on the following systems:


At this time, Threat Stack only support 64-bit operating systems (x86_64 or amd64). We do not support ARM, x86_32 or other 32-bit process architectures.

Platform Version GNU libc Version Kernel Version Notes
Amazon 2012.03 201203 >= GNU libc 2.17 >= 3.2.21  
CentOS 6 6 GNU libc 2.12 v2.6.36 FAnotify is not available on this platform so CentOS 6 does not support user information for FIM results. More details here.
CentOS 7 7 2.17 3.10  
CoreOS 1353 1353.8.0 >= glibc 2.23, shipped with 1339.0.0 (alpha) >= 4.10.1 Requires manual installation.
Debian 7 7 >= Debian EGLIBC 2.13-38+deb7u01 >= 3.2  
Fedora 25 25 GNU C Library Version 2.24 4.10.x  
Ubuntu 14.04 14.04 >= Ubuntu EGLIBC 2.15-0ubuntu10.18 (~2.19) 3.13  
Ubuntu 16.04 16.04 Ubuntu GLIBC 2.23-0ubuntu9 3.13  
Windows 2012R2 2012R2 VC14.0 (VS 2015) NT 6.3 (windows 9600)  

Unsupported Operating Systems

Threat Stack tests against a variety of Linux distributions, if your distribution isn't listed above, our agent may still work. We have several customers running our agent on non-supported operating systems successfully.

Platform Version GNU libc Version Kernel Version Notes
Ubuntu 12.04 12.04 >= Ubuntu EGLIBC 2.15 3.2+ Legacy system. Version 1.6.5 of the agent is the final version of this agent.
Debian 8 8   >  Limited testing performed.
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