[Rancher] I see some node drivers tagged as "Active" when I install Rancher. What does this mean?

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Resolution

Active drivers are those drivers that have been turned on. Only four Built-in node drivers are surfaced up in UI, as Active, in a default Rancher installation. It is only these five Built-in, Active node drivers that are validated and certified in any Rancher 2.x product version and consequently, published in the Rancher support matrix. These five Built-in, Active node drivers that are covered by Rancher Support are for:

  • Digital Ocean
  • AWS
  • Azure
  • vSphere - 6.5, 6.7, 7.0 update 2a
  • Linode (supported only from Rancher v2.3 or higher)

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  • Document ID:000020494
  • Creation Date: 11-Nov-2021
  • Modified Date:11-Nov-2021
    • SUSE Rancher
    • SUSE Rancher Longhorn

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