This kernel has no changes since previous CL5 kernel. It was repackaged to allow for installation of additional kernel modules using kmod-* packaging. Right now we added such package for aacraid, and next week we plan to release kmod package for Hyper-V.
You don't need to upgrade to this kernel - as there is no improvements other then ability to install additional kmod packages.
New beta of LVE Manager brings PHP Selector for DirectAdmin and Plesk control panels. A lot of internals of UI for PHP Selector for cPanel was rewritten as well in an attempt to re-use as much code as possible among different control panels.
Changelog for lvemanager 0.6-6.4
PHP Selector UI for DirectAdmin added
PHP Selector UI for Plesk added
PHP Selector UI for cPanel rewritten
bugfix: Interworx: fs.proc_super_gid is set to iworx gid
$ yum update lvemanager --enablerepo=cloudlinux-updates-testing
We want to collect the data about hardware and software configuration of servers used for shared hosting. The information that we collect:
hardware configuration, installed software, version of control panel, number of accounts, domains and mail users, partitioning information, amount of free memory, load averages, etc... The script should take about 2-3 minutes to collect all the data. We also ask you to submit your email address for a chance to win $100 Amazon gift card. We will contact the winner using that email. We will consider each submission (from a different server) as a separate entry, so the more servers you run this script on - the more chances you have to win. If you don’t want to participate in the giveaway, leave your email blank. The submissions will be accepted until May 15, 2013
If you would like to participate in the surve execute one of the following command on your shared hosting server (CloudLinux, CentOS or RHEL, any control panels, including custom) as root:
I know that it sounds like delayed April 1st joke for most of you, but due to requests from quite a few people we have decided to package PHP 4.4.9 for PHP Selector. It is available only for CloudLinux 5.x, though support for CloudLinux 6.x might come soon.
This version bundles modest number of modules:
bcmath bz2 calendar ctype curl dba dbase dbx domxml exif fileinfo ftp gd gettext gmp iconv imap json ldap mbstring mcrypt mhash mysql ncurses odbc overload pcntl pcre pgsql posix pspell recode session shmop snmp sockets standard sysvmsg sysvsem sysvshm tokenizer wddx xml xmlrpc
It also hasn't been updated since Aug 2008, and provides your customers with a perfect way to create easily hackable websites.
To install (CL5 Only):
$ yum install alt-php44* --enablerepo=cloudlinux-updates-testing
We have quite a few changes ready to be tested. MySQL Governor now supports MariaDB. Apache RPM for CL6 added support for MPM ITK. We have also improved output of lve-stats to better display MySQL resource usage information.