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Oracle Java (s6-overlay) Docker Image






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Oracle JDK Branches:

Branch Type From Usage Tag Names
jdk8u144 - latest PSU frekele/debian:stable Production jdk8u144, 8u144, jdk8-psu, 8-psu, jdk8, 8, latest
jdk8u141 CPU frekele/debian:stable Production jdk8u141, 8u141, jdk8-cpu, 8-cpu
jdk8u131 CPU frekele/debian:stable Production jdk8u131, 8u131
jdk8u121 CPU frekele/debian:stable Production jdk8u121, 8u121
jdk8u112 PSU frekele/debian:stable Production jdk8u112, 8u112
jdk8u111 CPU frekele/debian:stable Production jdk8u111, 8u111
jdk8u102 PSU frekele/debian:stable Production jdk8u102, 8u102
jdk8u101 CPU frekele/debian:stable Production jdk8u101, 8u101
jdk8u92 PSU frekele/debian:stable Production jdk8u92, 8u92
jdk8u91 CPU frekele/debian:stable Production jdk8u91, 8u91
jdk8u77 CPU frekele/debian:stable Production jdk8u77, 8u77
jdk8u74 PSU frekele/debian:stable Production jdk8u74, 8u74
jdk8u73 CPU frekele/debian:stable Production jdk8u73, 8u73
jdk8u72 PSU frekele/debian:stable Production jdk8u72, 8u72
jdk8u71 CPU frekele/debian:stable Production jdk8u71, 8u71
jdk8u66 PSU frekele/debian:stable Production jdk8u66, 8u66
jdk8u65 CPU frekele/debian:stable Production jdk8u65, 8u65
jdk8u60 PSU frekele/debian:stable Production jdk8u60, 8u60
jdk8u51 CPU frekele/debian:stable Production jdk8u51, 8u51
jdk7u80 PSU frekele/debian:stable Production jdk7u80, 7u80, jdk7-psu, 7-psu, jdk7, 7
jdk7u79 CPU frekele/debian:stable Production jdk7u79, 7u79, jdk7-cpu, 7-cpu
jdk7u76 PSU frekele/debian:stable Production jdk7u76, 7u76
jdk7u75 CPU frekele/debian:stable Production jdk7u75, 7u75
jdk7u72 PSU frekele/debian:stable Production jdk7u72, 7u72
jdk7u71 CPU frekele/debian:stable Production jdk7u71, 7u71
jdk8dev * frekele/debian:stable Development jdk7dev
jdk7dev * frekele/debian:stable Development jdk8dev

Java CPU and PSU Releases Explained

Which Java version should I choose: the CPU or the PSU?

Oracle strongly recommends that all Java SE users upgrade to the latest CPU release available for a release family. Most users should choose the CPU release.

Users should only use the corresponding PSU release if they are being impacted by one of the additional bugs fixed in that version as noted in the release notes.

The subsequent CPU release will contain all of the fixes from the current PSU. For this reason, organizations should test the current PSU in their environment in anticipation of these fixes being included in the next CPU.

What is the difference between a Java CPU and PSU release?

Java SE Critical Patch Updates (CPU) contain fixes to security vulnerabilities and critical bug fixes. Oracle strongly recommends that all Java SE users upgrade to the latest CPU releases as they are made available. Java SE CPU releases are odd numbered versions (i.e. 7u71, 7u65 – see more on Java SE version numbering schemes here).

Java SE Patch Set Updates (PSU) contain all of fixes in the corresponding CPU, as well as additional non-critical fixes. Java PSU releases should only be used if you are being impacted by one of the additional bugs fixed in that version. The release notes call out the additional fixes available in Java SE PSU releases.

Is the cadence of CPU releases changing?

As before, Java SE CPU releases are scheduled for release on the Tuesday closest to the 17th day of January, April, July and October under the normal Oracle Critical Patch Update schedule.

Starting in October 2014 with the release of Java SE 7u71 (CPU) and Java SE 7u72 (PSU), Oracle plans to additionally release a corresponding PSU release along with each CPU release for Java SE 7. PSU releases provide organizations and developers with access to non-critical fixes in addition to the critical fixes contained in the corresponding CPU.

Dockerfile extends From:

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Run Java container with the trusted SSL certificates:

docker run --rm -v /mnt/vol-ssl/trusted:/opt/ssl/trusted --name java frekele/java

License:

See ORACLE LICENSE

frekele/docker-java is licensed under the MIT License. The terms of the license are as follows:

The MIT License (MIT)

Copyright (c) 2016 Leandro Kersting de Freitas

Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy
of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal
in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights
to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell
copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is
furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:

The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all
copies or substantial portions of the Software.

THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
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