Cloudlinux kernel does not work on Intel Xeon D CPU (X10SDV-4C-TLN2F motherboard)
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          We're have started new shared hosting company in our area. We wanted to use cloudlinux on new Intel Xeon D 1520/1540 servers (mother board: X10SDV-4C-TLN2F ). Howerver motherboard/CPU does not support cloudlinux. The server does not boot up after changing kernel to cloudlinux. The server also does not boot up on original kernel provided by CentOS (both 6, 7). The server currently using customized kernel provided by our datacenter OVH.

Please advise.
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  1. 02.10.2015 02:10:45
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tim Schoondergang Accepted Answer
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Just my 2 cents:
Intel Xeon D are for networking,storage and microservers. They are the succesor of the Intel Atom Avonton. 
To give you an idea of the positioning of Intel of the chips:

So if possible switch to a Xeon E5 for now. It will give you less headache for now. Those are well supported and great processors. (And more powerfull)
  1. 02.10.2015 02:10:48
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786Host Accepted Answer
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Thanks for the information. Actually Xeon D servers are half of the price of Xeon E5. The cost matters for startups. I was wondering if cloudlinux team was able release a small fix for Xeon D5 series.
  1. 02.10.2015 05:10:14
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786Host Accepted Answer
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I contacted CloudLinux support via help desk and this is the reply I got. I hope it is fixed soon. (I am pasting the response below so that any one who is facing similar problem do know about it).

Yes, we know about this issue.
In the next 2-3 days, this problem will be solved (with OVH server + CL7).

Now we have a temporary solution (but I can not guarantee that it can work on all servers):

\"The cloudlinux kernel is naming ethernet devices with different order so the association with mac address is not correct. Example:

cloudlinux | ovh
eth0 -> eth2 (10gbps port)
eth1 -> eth3 (10gbps port)
eth2 -> eth0 (1gbps port)
eth3 -> eth1 (1gbps port)

Yes, eth2 es the main ethernet device with conectivity. Only ovh knows.

Using \"alias eth2 ixgbe\" for /etc/modules-load.d/ixgbe.conf allows to asign what interface should using the driver\"
  1. 02.10.2015 11:10:28
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Imagina Accepted Answer
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I just installed cloudlinux in a server just like that with Centos 6 + Cl6. You have to download the ixgbe source drivers and recompile them with the cloudlinux kernel.

After cloudlinux install before rebooting.

yum install kernel-devel

And follow the instructions in:

When you reboot the boot will fail but you can access via IPMI and install the kernel module.

  1. 04.10.2015 02:10:22
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786Host Accepted Answer
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@Bogdan: Actually I didn't look into it via IPMI. The server never came online after rebooting. The OVH monitoring did not detect fault for some time means that most probably the network configuration issue but I am not sure. 

I do not want to take risk of compiling things manually for cloudlinux. I am waiting for cloudlinux to release a fix so that we can start proper configuration. The support told that it would not take more than few days (2-3). 

Thank you in advance.
  1. 24.10.2015 14:10:47
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Duplika Accepted Answer
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We are having the same problem, can\'t run CloudLinux on the new servers provided by OVH.

Any idea where we can be notified of the ixgbe drivers?
  1. 28.10.2015 12:10:54
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pat patjo Accepted Answer
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I am having the same issue, 

I install cloudlinux on top of my cpanel and since 2 days I cannot access my server. customer are complaining

I can just access the website in rescue mode, and I don't know anything in linux

How can I get my server back online either remove cloudlinux and fix it

Please provide me the step by step procedure

thank you
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