#lve-stats

by / Thursday, 22 November 2018
A brief look at the new CloudLinux Dashboard

This September we announced CloudLinux Statistics collection. Although controversial with some of you, we can now show you how the data will be used. Today we are glad to introduce the LVE Manager Dashboard, a new panel we’ve been working on for the last two months. It consolidates our efforts...

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by / Tuesday, 16 October 2018
LVE-Stats 2 updated

Our team has released a fix for the security vulnerability discovered by Patrick William from Rack911 Lab. It is available from our production repository and is recommended for the update.

Changelog:

lve-stats-2.9-4.2

  • LVES-923: fixed lve-stats .lock vulnerability.

To install run:

yum install...

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by / Thursday, 11 October 2018
CloudLinux Statistics — Now in Production

Today, we are releasing LVE Manager, lve-stats, lve-utils, and alt-python27-cllib packages to Production. As well as bug fixes (see changelog below) and additional improvements to the product, we’re adding a major feature announced earlier — CloudLinux Statistics.

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by / Wednesday, 26 September 2018
LVE Manager, CageFS, lve-utils, lve-stats and alt-python27-cllib updated

New updated LVE Manager, CageFS, lve-utils, lve-stats, and alt-python27-cllib packages are now available for download from our production repository.

Release notes:

  • LU- 753: starting from lvemanager-4.0-25.5, lve-utils-3.0-21.2, and cagefs-6.1-26, CloudLinux OS utilities can read/write kernel...

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by / Monday, 17 September 2018
We’re making CloudLinux OS better

The LVE Manager package brings a range of ‘under the hood’ system tune-ups that will let the CloudLinux Team collect aggregated statistical data of CloudLinux OS users (cPanel, Plesk and non-panel servers. DirectAdmin will be added soon).

These statistics don't include any personalized data...

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by / Wednesday, 01 August 2018
Beta: LVE-Stats 2 updated

A new updated LVE-Stats 2 package is now available for download from our updates-testing repository.

Changelog:

  • LVES-894: use internal sentry server;
  • LVES-888: reduced amount of cpapi call in cloudlinux-statistics and cloudlinux-top.

Release notes:

Fixed an issue when commands...

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by / Tuesday, 30 January 2018
LVE-Stats 2 updated

A new updated LVE-Stats 2 is available for download from our production repository.

lve-stats-2.7-24

Release notes:

  • Fixed a performance issue with the CloudLinuxTopFileSaver plugin;
  • Fixed issues during service operation on MySQL with alt-python27-sqlalchemy package version 1.1.15 and...

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by / Thursday, 25 January 2018
Beta: LVE-Stats 2 updated

A new updated LVE-Stats 2 is available for download from our updates-testing repository.

lve-stats-2.7-24

Release notes:

  • Fixed a performance issue with the CloudLinuxTopFileSaver plugin;
  • Fixed issues during service operation on MySQL with alt-python27-sqlalchemy package version 1.1.15 and...

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by / Tuesday, 12 December 2017
LVE-stats security update

A new lve-stats update includes critical vulnerability fixes for StatsNotifier plugin that were recently discovered by Patrick William from Rack911. It is now available from both, our production (package version lve-stats-2.6-9.1) and updates-testing (package version lve-stats-2.7-16.4)...

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by / Monday, 19 June 2017
Beta: lve-stats 2 updated

The new updated lve-stats2 version is available for download from our updates-testing repository.

lve-stats-2.6-10

Release notes:

  • Fixed issues with saving snapshots when:
  • Unsupported encoding was used on the systems with MySQL Governor and in users tables.
  • lveps utility returned incorrect...

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