This month in Fedora CoreOS (June 2022)

Welcome to the June issue of “This Month in Fedora CoreOS”. In these posts, we will give a regular overview of notable things that have happened in Fedora CoreOS.


We are now producing s390x images for all our streams as part of our biweekly releases. These are available on the download page


  • No major update this month

In case you missed it

FCOS Count me stats

Let’s looks at the data we get from the rpm-ostree countme service. The following are representing the instances that have been up for a week or longer.

In terms of number of instances that have been up for a week and longer we seems to stabilize around 14,000 instances. For the Fedora version we see a good decline in the older version of Fedora (34, 35) and a good adoption of Fedora 36 based content (OKD is consuming Fedora 35 content). Not much change on the architecture side with still a majority of x86_64 nodes.

Number of FCOS instances per week


Number of FCOS instances per Fedora version


Number of FCOS instances per architectures


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