Version Security Support Release
7.5 Ends in 1 year and 2 months
(02 Jun 2021)
7.5.2
7.4 Ends in 12 months
(01 Apr 2021)
7.4.2
7.3 Ends in 10 months
(31 Jan 2021)
7.3.2
7.2 Ends in 8 months and 4 weeks
(25 Dec 2020)
7.2.1
7.1 Ends in 7 months and 3 weeks
(20 Nov 2020)
7.1.1
7.0 Ends in 6 months
(10 Oct 2020)
7.0.1
6.8 Ends in 7 months and 3 weeks
(20 Nov 2020)
6.8.6
6.7 Ends in 5 months and 4 weeks
(26 Sep 2020)
6.7.2
6.6 Ends in 3 months and 4 weeks
(29 Jul 2020)
6.6.2
6.5 Ends in 1 month and 1 week
(14 May 2020)
6.5.4
6.4 Ended 1 month and 1 week ago
(23 Feb 2020)
NA
6.3 Ended 3 months and 2 weeks ago
(13 Dec 2019)
NA
6.2 Ended 7 months and 4 weeks ago
(06 Aug 2019)
NA
6.1 Ended 9 months ago
(13 Jun 2019)
NA
6.0 Ended 10 months ago
(14 May 2019)
NA
5.6 Ended 1 year ago
(11 Mar 2019)
NA
5.5 Ended 1 year and 2 months ago
(06 Jan 2019)
NA

Each major release of all Elastic products is supported for 18 months from the General Availability date. The last minor release of the two most recent major branches of Elasticsearch (and compatible releases of Kibana, Beats, and Logstash) is maintained.

Major versions, such as 1.0.0, 2.0.0, 5.0.0, 6.0.0, and 7.0.0 will introduce features and break backwards compatibility. Minor versions, such as 7.1.0 and 7.2.0, will only introduce features. Maintenance releases, such as 7.1.1 and 7.1.2, will fix bugs only. Maintenance activity occurs on all releases, but we focus on the minor release stream (e.g., 7.1.x) to define how long we maintain a particular code line. Active maintenance of a minor release implies that we are fixing bugs and backporting some number of fixes into that code branch.

More information is available on the Elasticsearch website.

You should be running one of the supported release numbers listed above in the rightmost column.

You can check the version that you are currently using by running:

$ES_HOME/bin/elasticsearch -v


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