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Domino 14.0 on Linux does not work on very old CPUs

Daniel Nashed – 3 March 2024 09:10:20

Domino 14.0 requires glibc 2.34 because it is build on Redhat Linux 9.1.
Glibc is the Linux C run-time which is a core building blog of Linux and can't be changed.

This means you can't run it on Linux versions which don't have at least glibc 2.34.

Glibc 2.34 itself doesn't work on old CPUs not supporting at least a CPU with microarchitecture level x86-64-v2 (

In consequence Domino can't run on very old CPUs.

This isn't an issue for corporate environments.

But if you are running a homelab with older hardware, Domino 14.0 on Linux might not run any more.

This is a more general issue and not only Domino related at all, as you can see from this Redhat technote.

RHEL 9 guest panic's during boot with following error "Fatal glibc error: CPU does not support x86-64-v2"


   RHEL 9 Virtual Machine fails to boot or to install

   RHEL 7 and 8 Virtual Machine works on the same platform

   Fatal glibc error: CPU does not support x86-64-v2



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