The supported kernel versions can always be found in the Product Availability Matrices (PAMs) for the respective versions: Product Availability Matrices, EoL & Support Statements
Having written that, as the 9.x series is out of support for quite some time now, you will have to review the PAM that you (hopefully) have downloaded in earlier times.
One important side note: as of my experience you shouldn't have much trouble running on unsupported kernel versions as long as the kernel is "modern enough". With one big BUT: never try the Unbreakable Kernel provided by Oracle, always use the standard kernel. The Unbreakable Kernel is not supported with Informatica software and probably will not run at all (or, far worse, lead to erratic behaviour).
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As Nico mentioned, the PAM states the minimum certified version of RHEL for each version. Eg. if the min certified is 7.3, then any minor version higher than .3 in RHEL7.x is certified.
If you are using Oracle linux, make sure that is the the equivalent version of the certified RHEL version, and not using Unbreakable kernel ( again as Nico stated).
Please note that 10.2x is also approaching EOL as of the end of Sept 2021.
Thanks for your inputs!!
We are upgrading from Informatica 9.6.1 to 10.4.1 in OCI. To start upgrade, we are going to install informatica 9.6.1 on Oracle Linux 7.9. As we know that UEK kernels is not certified on Oracle Linux based on below document and mentioned that "Linux version 2.6.18-0 or later versions of the 2.6.18 series or version 2.6.32-0 or later versions of the 2.6.32 series" is supported.
we wanted to know on Kernels version if we use RHCK 3.10.0-1160.36.2.el7.x86_64, will all informatica 9.6.1/10.2/10.4.1 version certified. Please confirm.
Please refer to the corresponding PAMs to check the certified OS vs the Informatica version. They should be available on the portal, as Nico stated.