We are pleased to announce that a new CloudLinux OS 8.7 is now available.
Rollout slot: 5
Rolled out to: 0.2%
ETA for 100% rollout: December 7, 2022 (Update as for Dec 6: New ETA for 100% rollout is Dec 27).
The kernel is updated to version 4.18.0-425.3.1.lve.el8 to match RHEL 8.7
LVE kernel module is updated to version 2.0-48
Added new module streams:
- Ruby 3.1
- Mercurial 6.2
- Node.js 18
kernel-modules-extra package is included in Minimal ISO image to support more hardware
Please refer to the RHEL release notes for a full list of changes in this release.
We’ve started a gradual rollout of the updated cloudlinux-release package that brings necessary repo updates for 8.7.
Please, follow these steps to upgrade CloudLinux 8.6 to 8.7 manually:
- Update cloudlinux-release package from rollout slot:
# dnf --enablerepo=cloudlinux-rollout-5-bypass install cloudlinux-release
- Do system upgrade:
# dnf update
Review dnf output and accept the update.
CloudLinux 8.7 repos have fewer packages than CloudLinux releases before 8.5. Starting with version 8.5, CloudLinux is based on AlmaLinux, which is 1:1 RHEL or CentOS and doesn’t provide several devel and static packages. These packages are in the devel repo now which is disabled by default. If needed, you can enable the devel repo while installing packages, though it is not recommended to update from it or enable it permanently.
Here is an example:
# dnf --enablerepo=devel install bash-devel