A brief look at the new CloudLinux Dashboard

This September we announced CloudLinux Statistics collection. Although controversial with some of you, we can now show you how the data will be used. Today we are glad to introduce the LVE Manager Dashboard, a new panel we’ve been working on for the last two months. It consolidates our efforts to combine collected statistics and administrative information into an easy-to-see overview form, and all in one place for site and server administrators.

As well as being concerned with server performance and administration, it also has a security aspect. If not already installed, the Dashboard provides an easy way to install ImunifyAV, the free antivirus and anti-malware scanner.

Let’s take a look at what you can expect to see in the forthcoming Beta version of the Dashboard.

LVE Manager Dashboard

Each module is shown as a block containing information and accumulated statistics, some relevant to individual modules, and some for the server as a whole. Above the blocks is a global area that displays the number of users and resellers hitting limits. All displayed data covers the past 24 hours and can be manually refreshed at any time.

Important Note! If you have opted-out, the Dashboard does not display any data. To see the actual data, turn statistics collection on by setting cl_statistics_enabled=1 parameter in the /etc/sysconfig/cloudlinux file.

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Please find the detailed Dashboard description in our documentation and FAQ.

To update, run:

yum update alt-python27-cllib lvemanager lve-utils --enablerepo=cloudlinux-updates-testing

To downgrade, run:

yum downgrade alt-python27-cllib lvemanager lve-utils


lve-utils 3.0-23.5


Other changes:

alt-python27-cllib 1.4-14.4

lvemanager 4.0-26.8



Other changes:

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