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CloudLinux 7 and CloudLinux 6 Hybrid kernel updated

CloudLinux 7 and CloudLinux 6 Hybrid kernel updated

CloudLinux 7 and CloudLinux 6 Hybrid kernel version 3.10.0-714.10.2.lve1.5.15 is available for download from our production repository.

Changelog:

  • CLKRN-230: fixed ACL issue on XFS;
  • CLKRN-231: fixed slow IO performance on a shared file descriptor access under LVE IO limits;
  • CLKRN-238: fixed memory allocation size during procfs access;
  • CLKRN-239: fixed boot on Xen PV instances;
  • CLKRN-244: fixed a Linux guest file system remount under HyperV;
  • improved Meltdown/Spectre patch, returned missing chunks;
  • KMODLVE-92: added lve ftrace events to improve debugging;
  • KMODLVE-145: admin permissions are now checked while deleting an LVE;
  • KMODLVE-153: fixed a deadlock scenario on LVE destroy;
  • KMODLVE-154: fixed lvp mapping error which leads to inaccessible lvp;
  • KMODLVE-155: fixed incorrect IO counter value in lvetop.

To install new kernel, please use the following commands:

CloudLinux 7:

yum clean all && yum install kernel-3.10.0-714.10.2.lve1.5.15.el7

CloudLinux 6 Hybrid:

yum clean all && yum install kernel-3.10.0-714.10.2.lve1.5.15.el6h
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Comments 2

Guest - Stéphan Schamp on Wednesday, 11 April 2018 13:56

Could it be that KernelCare needs an update for this new Kernel?

[[email protected] ~]# /usr/bin/kcarectl --auto-update --gradual-rollout=auto
Unknown Kernel (CloudLinux 3.10.0-714.10.2.lve1.5.15.el7.x86_64)
[[email protected] ~]# uname -r
3.10.0-714.10.2.lve1.5.15.el7.x86_64
[[email protected] ~]# rpm -qa | grep -i kernelcare
kernelcare-2.14-4.x86_64

Could it be that KernelCare needs an update for this new Kernel? [[email protected] ~]# /usr/bin/kcarectl --auto-update --gradual-rollout=auto Unknown Kernel (CloudLinux 3.10.0-714.10.2.lve1.5.15.el7.x86_64) [[email protected] ~]# uname -r 3.10.0-714.10.2.lve1.5.15.el7.x86_64 [[email protected] ~]# rpm -qa | grep -i kernelcare kernelcare-2.14-4.x86_64
Guest - Alexandre on Wednesday, 11 April 2018 16:16

Not likely - it just takes a few days for a new kernel to become supported by KernelCare

Not likely - it just takes a few days for a new kernel to become supported by KernelCare
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