CloudLinux Dashboard —  Now in Production

The CloudLinux OS Team is excited to announce the CloudLinux Dashboard Production release for our valued server and hosting panel administrators. We believe that this product will firmly integrate into your workflow and greatly improve your performance when managing servers.

For this first iteration, the Dashboard allows you to accumulate and display statistics related to modules installed with CloudLinux OS (e.g. Node.js Selector, Ruby and Python Selector, CageFS, etc.). For the second iteration, we plan to add graphs and diagrams displaying the changes to parameters in real time. For example, you will be able to see how many Node.js applications were installed each day in the last month. We would also like to add some useful metrics and we encourage you to share your opinion on metrics you’d like to see on the CloudLinux Dashboard. Please do not hesitate to drop a line to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Important Note! If you have previously opted-out of data collection, the Dashboard will not display any data. To see the actual data, turn statistics collection on by editing the /etc/sysconfig/cloudlinux file and setting the parameter as shown:


You must then wait at least 24 hours for data to accumulate before it can be displayed or update Dashboard manually.

To see all the exciting new features that can make your life as server and hosting panel administrator much easier, please visit CloudLinux Dashboard documentation.

You can find the full changelog below.

How to update

To update, run:

yum update lve-utils lvemanager

To downgrade, run:

yum downgrade lve-utils lvemanager