Kernel module v.2.0-27 for CloudLinux 8 and CloudLinux 7 Hybrid has been scheduled for gradual rollout

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Kernel module lve-kmod-2.0-27 for CloudLinux 8 and CloudLinux 7 Hybrid has been scheduled for gradual rollout from our production repository.

Rollout slot: 6

Rolled out to: 0.2%

ETA for 100% rollout: March, 31


Note: to apply new changes, the kmodlve module has to be reloaded.

Changelog

  • KMODLVE-393: lve cgroup rmdir fails with -EBUSY
  • KMODLVE-398: don't use ref-style in RCU-lookup
  • KMODLVE-395: fix module searching during lve service restart
  • KMODLVE-392: Wrong load average value in cPanel after kernel\kmodlve update.

How to update

CloudLinux 7 Hybrid:

yum update kernel kmod-lve

CloudLinux 8:

yum update kernel kmod-lve

Immediate update (via bypass)

CloudLinux 7 Hybrid:

yum install kmod-lve --disablerepo=* --enablerepo=cloudlinux-rollout-6-bypass --releasever=7h

CloudLinux 8:

yum update kernel kmod-lve --enablerepo=cloudlinux-rollout-6-bypass

Kernel module v.2.0-27 for CloudLinux 8 and CloudLinux 7 Hybrid has been scheduled for gradual rollout

kernel-module

Kernel module lve-kmod-2.0-27 for CloudLinux 8 and CloudLinux 7 Hybrid has been scheduled for gradual rollout from our production repository.

Rollout slot: 6

Rolled out to: 0.2%

ETA for 100% rollout: March, 31


Note: to apply new changes, the kmodlve module has to be reloaded.

Changelog

  • KMODLVE-393: lve cgroup rmdir fails with -EBUSY
  • KMODLVE-398: don't use ref-style in RCU-lookup
  • KMODLVE-395: fix module searching during lve service restart
  • KMODLVE-392: Wrong load average value in cPanel after kernel\kmodlve update.

How to update

CloudLinux 7 Hybrid:

yum update kernel kmod-lve

CloudLinux 8:

yum update kernel kmod-lve

Immediate update (via bypass)

CloudLinux 7 Hybrid:

yum install kmod-lve --disablerepo=* --enablerepo=cloudlinux-rollout-6-bypass --releasever=7h

CloudLinux 8:

yum update kernel kmod-lve --enablerepo=cloudlinux-rollout-6-bypass

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