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CloudLinux 7.4 released

CloudLinux 7.4 released

We are so excited to announce that the new updated CloudLinux version 7.4 with updated OpenSSH, OpenSSL, OpenLDAP, samba, systemtap, and much more is now available for download.

Release notes:

Changelog:

  • Find the full RHEL 7.4 release notes on the link.

Please, note that on some outdated cPanel systems the firealld rules for cPanel ports may become broken after firewalld update.

The solution is:

1. Remove the following lines from the /etc/firewalld/services/cpanel.xml file:

module name="iptable_filter"/

module name="ip6table_filter"/

2. Restart the firewalld service:

service firewalld restart

The best way to install CloudLinux 7.4 is to convert CentOS server:

http://docs.cloudlinux.com/index.html?converting_existing_servers.html

Alternatively, you can download and install it from ISO image:

http://docs.cloudlinux.com/index.html?installing_new_servers.html

To updated run:

yum upgrade
Imunify360 2.4-33 released
Beta: CloudLinux 6 kernel updated
 

Comments 5

Guest - Hendra on Thursday, 31 August 2017 02:50

What cloudlinux 7.3 can be upgrade to cloudlinux 7.4?

What cloudlinux 7.3 can be upgrade to cloudlinux 7.4?
Mykola Naugolnyi on Thursday, 31 August 2017 07:21

Just do yum update

Just do yum update
Guest - Maik on Friday, 01 September 2017 12:31

CloudLinux 7.4 introduced a heavy change in the LVM config which destroys the operation with R1soft backups. You must change the config line units from r back to h and reboot your server to get everything working again. Not very cool! :/

Why was Cloudlinux 7.4 released before CentOS? Maybe a little bit to early?

CloudLinux 7.4 introduced a heavy change in the LVM config which destroys the operation with R1soft backups. You must change the config line units from r back to h and reboot your server to get everything working again. Not very cool! :/ Why was Cloudlinux 7.4 released before CentOS? Maybe a little bit to early?
Mykola Naugolnyi on Friday, 01 September 2017 15:16

Hi Maik,

Our engineer has just checked CentOS 7 continuous release repository which contains 7.4 packages and their lvm2 package has the same configuration: units are set to "r". Link to the package: http://mirror.centos.org/centos/7/cr/x86_64/Packages/lvm2-2.02.171-8.el7.x86_64.rpm. The same situation with RHEL 7.4.

So, you better contact R1soft instead, RHEL 7.4 was released a month ago and they had enough time to provide a solution.

Why was Cloudlinux 7.4 released before CentOS? Maybe a little bit too early?

7.4 contains a lot of security fixes and improvements.

Hi Maik, Our engineer has just checked CentOS 7 continuous release repository which contains 7.4 packages and their lvm2 package has the same configuration: units are set to "r". Link to the package: http://mirror.centos.org/centos/7/cr/x86_64/Packages/lvm2-2.02.171-8.el7.x86_64.rpm. The same situation with RHEL 7.4. So, you better contact R1soft instead, RHEL 7.4 was released a month ago and they had enough time to provide a solution. [i]Why was Cloudlinux 7.4 released before CentOS? Maybe a little bit too early?[/i] 7.4 contains a lot of security fixes and improvements.
Guest - Ray on Sunday, 03 September 2017 01:32

Sounds like its time for you to dump r1soft. Their software is flawed on a fundamental level. Get out before you get burned like I did where a bug in their kernel module corrupted my filesystem.

Sounds like its time for you to dump r1soft. Their software is flawed on a fundamental level. Get out before you get burned like I did where a bug in their kernel module corrupted my filesystem.
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