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New CloudLinux 7 kernel released to production

New CloudLinux 7 kernel released to production

New updated CloudLinux 7 kernel version 3.10.0-427.18.2.lve1.4.24 is available for download from our production repository.

Changelog since kernel-3.10.0-427.18.2.lve1.4.22:

  • rebased to vzkernel rh7-3.10.0-327.18.2.vz7.15.2;
  • kernel built with CONFIG_XEN_FBDEV_FRONTEND option enabled;
  • CLKRN-29: added logging of XFS warnings;
  • CLKRN-30: fixed pfcache crash on cleanup;
  • CLKRN-37: fixed crash due to race condition on LVE creation;
  • CLKRN-39: SCSI: 3w-xxxx: fixed command completion race;
  • CLKRN-40: fixed IOPS accounting for virtio disks;
  • CLKRN-45: fixed link protection false triggering;
  • CLKRN-65: disabled Symlink Owner Match protection false triggering if process group ID is greater than symlinkown_gid value;
  • added error reporting for cgroups disabled through cgroup_disable kernel boot param;
  • various improvements in lve kernel module code base;
  • improved error logging while kernel installation;
  • LVE module code optimization: mount memory cgroup directly;
  • KMODLVE-35: added ability to keep tasks alive while LVE is destroyed;
  • CKSIX-83: allowing user to create symlinks to files/dirs owned by user's group;
  • AL-1638: fixed integrity check warnings on kernel installation.

To install new kernel please run the following command:

yum install kernel-3.10.0-427.18.2.lve1.4.24.el7 kmod-lve-1.4-24.el7

 

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