Tag: cloudlinux-os-8

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.

Introducing CloudLinux OS 8 with cPanel and Plesk Compatibility

CloudLinux 8 cPanel and PleskIn February 2020, we released CloudLinux OS 8 with the 4.18 Kernel. The rollout was a success as users experienced reliability and full update support via CloudLinux. Now, we are pleased to announce full compatibility with cPanel and Plesk control panel interfaces. While it showed great performance and strong workability on the DirectAdmin servers, the latest compatibility update adds much-needed GUI support, something web hosters will surely appreciate.

Beta: Kernel module v.2.0-25 for CloudLinux 8 and CloudLinux 7 Hybrid updated

kernel-module-beta

Kernel module lve-kmod-2.0-25 for CloudLinux 8 and CloudLinux 7 Hybrid is now available for download from our updates-testing repository.

Changelog

  • KMODLVE-375 simplify an lvp default unlink
  • KMODLVE-389 fix debug output
  • KMODLVE-379: out of bound access
  • KMODLVE-384: reduce memory consumption by the lve procfs
  • KMODLVE-382: fix for permissions of the /proc/<pid>/task/<pid>/io file

How to update

CloudLinux 7 Hybrid:

yum update kernel kmod-lve --enablerepo=cl7h_beta

CloudLinux 8:

yum update kernel kmod-lve --enablerepo=cloudlinux-updates-testing

Kernel module v.2.0-24 for CloudLinux 8 and CloudLinux 7 Hybrid has been rolled out to 100%

kernel-module

Kernel module kmod-lve-2.0-24 for CloudLinux 8 and CloudLinux 7 Hybrid has been rolled out to 100% and is now available for download from our production repository.

A new sudo package with the CVE-2021-3156 fix for CloudLinux 7 and CloudLinux 8 released

update

A new sudo package with the CVE-2021-3156 fix for CloudLinux 7 and CloudLinux 8 is now available for download from our production repository.

Kernel module v.2.0-24 for CloudLinux 8 and CloudLinux 7 Hybrid has been scheduled for gradual rollout

kernel-module

Kernel module kmod-lve-2.0-24 for CloudLinux 8 and CloudLinux 7 Hybrid has been scheduled for gradual rollout from our production repository.

Rollout slot: 1

Rolled out to: 0.2%

ETA for 100% rollout: February, 15

Changelog

  • KMODLVE-380: enable sleep in hooks and avoid calling the hooked func
  • KMODLVE-385: prevent jump out of the container's root via procfs symlinks
  • KMODLVE-383: do not cpu-starve in __lve_init
  • CLKRN-659: fix procfs access
  • KMODLVE-377: use module_mutex when resolving names
  • KMODLVE-374: remove trace_printk() calls
  • KMODLVE-353: lve_enter_pid_flags() API call
  • KMODLVE-373: do not kill unkillable threads in lve_enter
 

Mod-alt-passenger for CloudLinux 8 released

mod-passenger

A new ea-apache24-mod-alt-passenger-5.3.7-13 package for the cPanel CloudLinux 8 servers was released and is now available for download from our production repository.

Changelog

ea-apache24-mod-alt-passenger-5.3.7-13

  • ALMODP-149: Fixed the issue causing EasyApache 3 distiller backups to occur every time upcp is run
  • ALMODP-148, ALMODP-154: Execution of "cagefsctl --remount-all" became conditional

Installation

# yum install ea-apache24-mod-alt-passenger

Update

# yum update ea-apache24-mod-alt-passenger

Mod_lsapi PRO for CloudLinux 8 released

Mod_lsapi-PRO

A new ea-apache24-mod_lsapi-1.1-55 package for the cPanel CloudLinux 8 servers was released and is now available for download from our production repository.

Beta: Kernel module v.2.0-24 for CloudLinux 8 and CloudLinux 7 Hybrid updated

kernel-module-beta

Kernel module lve-kmod-2.0-24 for CloudLinux 8 and CloudLinux 7 Hybrid is now available for download from our updates-testing repository.

CloudLinux OS 8.3 has been rolled out to 100% and is now available for all customers

CL-OS-8-3

I'm very pleased to announce that a new CloudLinux OS 8.3 has been rolled out to 100% and is now available for all customers.

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