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In 2020, Are you Ready for RHEL/CentOS 6 EOL?

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CloudLinux OS 6 Extended Support for cPanel resurrects EOL RHEL/CentOS 6 servers. If you're running RHEL or CentOS 6, you'll know that EOL is coming in about a year's time. When a Linux distro reaches end of life, it's more than the end of a long affair. It's the start of a new dangerous liaison. That's because EOL means no more vendor support , an...
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Sergey Khristich
Hello! Thank you for reaching out! cPanel plans to update this message in the near future. Stay tuned for new cPanel publications,... Read More
Thursday, 07 November 2019 13:26
Sergey Khristich
No, they shouldn't, while the plans support CloudLinux 6 and CloudLinux 6 hybrid. Thanks
Thursday, 07 November 2019 17:56
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CloudLinux 6 Extended Support - Get more from your RHEL/CentOS 6 investment

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 6 and CentOS 6 were launched on July 10, 2011. Full updates ceased May 10, 2017. On November 30, 2020, both will officially be EOL (End of Life) and will no longer be maintained. That means no bug fixes and no security patches. CloudLinux is giving extra life to kernels based on CentOS 6 and RHEL 6. The CloudLinux OS...
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CentOS 7.5 Release Warning

CentOS 7.5 Release Warning

CentOS 7.5 Release Warning
Update [May 14, 2018 03:00 am PT] We are happy to announce that a new CloudLinux OS 7.5 is now available. To update your server to CloudLinux OS 7.5, please use the procedure described here . Please note that if you have downloaded a cldeploy script with a warning (before CloudLinux 7.5 release) it is required to download an updated cldeploy script...
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Alexandre Parubochyi
Unfortunately, there's no easy way to upgrade to CL 7 from CL 6. Meanwhile, you can install CloudLinux Hybrid kernel, which is ess... Read More
Tuesday, 15 May 2018 14:04
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KernelCare fixes Meltdown and Spectre without reboots!

KernelCare fixes Meltdown and Spectre without reboots!

KernelCare fixes Meltdown and Spectre without reboots!
KernelCare now live patches Meltdown and Spectre (spectre-v1) that exploit critical vulnerabilities in modern processors. The list of supported distributions is available below. Free trial supports updates too. By now, you might have thought that the topic of Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities is taking a backstage in the news. Not so, as the imp...
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Alexandre Parubochyi
Please follow https://cloudlinux.com/cloudlinux-os-blog/entry/intel-cpu-bug-kernelcare-and-cloudlinux... Read More
Tuesday, 06 February 2018 19:30
Alexandre Parubochyi
Microcode updates can often be applied without reboots - it really depends on hardware manufacturers. There is a microcode_ctl com... Read More
Friday, 09 February 2018 08:01
Irina Semenova
Meltdown and Spectre fixes were patched for OpenVZ
Thursday, 24 May 2018 12:12
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KernelCare supports many distributions, but does it work with your kernel?

KernelCare supports many distributions, but does it work with your kernel?

KernelCare supports many distributions, but does it work with your kernel?
We often get a question whether a particular kernel is supported by KernelCare. We support a large number of distributions and kernel versions, such as CentOS/RHEL/CL 5,6 & 7, Debian, Ubuntu, Virtuozzo & Proxmox VE. List of all supported distributions, kernels, as well as patches for them is available at http://patches.kernelcare.com . Yet,...
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WisiKlo WisiKlo
Please, try now. This has been fixed.
Saturday, 23 April 2016 17:50
WisiKlo WisiKlo
The version you have is 3.16.0.x The earliest we support is 3.16.7 sorry ... Read More
Saturday, 07 May 2016 22:35
WisiKlo WisiKlo
Actually - you are right, it should be supported, let me try/double check.
Saturday, 07 May 2016 22:36
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CentOS/RHEL 7 kernels are patched to 3.10.0-327.10.1
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CentOS/RHEL 7 kernels are patched to 3.10.0-327.10.1

CentOS/RHEL 7 kernels are patched to 3.10.0-327.10.1
This update has no security fixes, as CVE-2015-7872 was fixed earlier. Systems with AUTO_UPDATE=True (DEFAULT) in /etc/sysconfig/kcare/kcare.conf will automatically update, and no action is needed for them. You can manually update the server by running: # /usr/bin/kcarectl --update
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