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Kernel and kernel module for CloudLinux 7 hybrid updated

CloudLinuxOS7hybridProduction

CloudLinux 7 hybrid kernel and kernel module are now available for download from our production repository.

Changelog

lve-kmod

  • KMODLVE-291: added loadavg support for the newer CloudLinux 7 hybrid kernels

How to update

yum update rhn-client-tools yum update kernel kmod-lve reboot

How to install

The process of converting from standard to hybrid CloudLinux OS 7 is the same as for version 6. You can read about it here.

  1. First, install CloudLinux OS 7.
  2. Next, run the following commands as root.
    yum update rhn-client-tools rhn-check rhn-setup normal-to-hybrid yum update kernel kmod-lve reboot
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Comments 7

Guest - Mire on Wednesday, 04 December 2019 01:11

Hello,

Surprised to see this reach production as booting into it will always show a load of 0.00.
I have this since beta announcement which are the same files as production release.

Hello, Surprised to see this reach production as booting into it will always show a load of 0.00. I have this since beta announcement which are the same files as production release.
Inessa Atmachian on Wednesday, 04 December 2019 13:09

Hello Mire,
Thanks for reaching out. We’ve checked it. You are right, loadavg is really 0.00.
We are very sorry for that. Now we are preparing a fix and will release it with the next kernel update.
Thank you once more.

Hello Mire, Thanks for reaching out. We’ve checked it. You are right, loadavg is really 0.00. We are very sorry for that. Now we are preparing a fix and will release it with the next kernel update. Thank you once more.
Guest - Jesse on Wednesday, 04 December 2019 22:42

Same issue here with the load averages of course... will the beta kernels update automatically or will we need to watch for a release and update manually?

Same issue here with the load averages of course... will the beta kernels update automatically or will we need to watch for a release and update manually?
Inessa Atmachian on Thursday, 05 December 2019 17:53

It would be better to do it manually because it’s required a reboot after an update.

It would be better to do it manually because it’s required a reboot after an update.
Guest - Jesse on Thursday, 05 December 2019 17:58

true... any ideas on when this update will be available to fix this?

true... any ideas on when this update will be available to fix this?
Inessa Atmachian on Friday, 06 December 2019 05:41

We are planning to release the update early next week.

We are planning to release the update early next week.
Inessa Atmachian on Monday, 09 December 2019 17:42

Hi Jesse,
We've released a kernel module with the fix. You can find the details here: https://www.cloudlinux.com/cloudlinux-os-blog/entry/beta-kernel-and-kernel-module-for-cloudlinux-7-hybrid-updated

Hi Jesse, We've released a kernel module with the fix. You can find the details here: https://www.cloudlinux.com/cloudlinux-os-blog/entry/beta-kernel-and-kernel-module-for-cloudlinux-7-hybrid-updated
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