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Using Reseller Limits with CloudLinux 6

Using Reseller Limits with CloudLinux 6

Would like to try Reseller Limits but have CloudLinux 6 installed and have doubts?
Do not hesitate! You can easily convert your CloudLinux 6 kernel to CloudLinux 6 Hybrid kernel and enjoy Reseller Limits feature!

Requirements

Reseller Limits are only supported in kernel starting with the version 3.10.0-714.10.2.lve1.5.3.el7 for CloudLinux 7 kernel and 3.10.0-714.10.2.lve1.5.3.el6h for CloudLinux 6 Hybrid kernel. However, we’d recommend a newer kernel version that supports reseller limits 3.10.0-714.10.2.lve1.5.8. Please find more details here.

Please note that if you are using CloudLinux 6 kernel you would have to migrate to CloudLinux 6 Hybrid kernel first in order to be able to use new Reseller Limits functionality.

Installation

Use the detailed instruction below:

  1. Install CloudLinux 7 or CloudLinux 6 Hybrid on a new server. Follow the instructions described here. Or you can convert your CentOS 6.x or CentOS 7.x system to CloudLinux 6 or CloudLinux 7 respectively. To do this, follow the instructions described on the link.
  2. If you have installed the CloudLinux 6, please convert it to the CloudLinux 6 Hybrid Kernel. Follow the instructions described here.
  3. Install LVE Manager with Reseller Limit support or update it up to version 3.0-18 (or later) by running the following commands:
    yum install kernel lve cagefs lvemanager lve-utils lve-stats --disableexcludes=main  --enablerepo=cloudlinux-updates-testing
    yum update kmod-aacraid kmod-cciss kmod-dell-dm-switch kmod-drbd84 kmod-drbd90 kmod-e1000e kmod-flashcache kmod-igb kmod-ixgbe kmod-microsoft-hyper-v kmod-r8168 kmod-tg3 kmod-sysdig kmod-xtables-addons --enablerepo=cloudlinux-updates-testing
    reboot

    For CloudLinux 6 Hybrid Kernel with Reseller Limit support, please run the following commands:

    yum install kernel lve cagefs lvemanager lve-utils lve-stats --disableexcludes=main  --enablerepo=cloudlinux-updates-testing,cloudlinux-hybrid-testing
    yum update kmod-aacraid kmod-cciss kmod-dell-dm-switch kmod-drbd84 kmod-drbd90 kmod-e1000e kmod-flashcache kmod-igb kmod-ixgbe kmod-microsoft-hyper-v kmod-r8168 kmod-tg3 kmod-sysdig kmod-xtables-addons --enablerepo=cloudlinux-updates-testing,cloudlinux-hybrid-testing
    reboot

    Install Reseller Limits on your servers using the detailed instruction in our documentation and help us to beta test this new feature!
    Follow the link to find more information about Reseller Limits.

    If you've missed the previous releases of the feature, please follow the links to check information on Beta releases:

Topic: CloudLinux OS Blog , Tags: #news, #Reseller Limits,

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