Can not save LVE settings
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Hi,

cPanel WHM --> Plugins ---> Plugins ---> LVE Manager ---> Edit Default Settings

Modify default LVE settings
Cpu:
MEM:
Concurrent Connections:
Number of Cores Per LVE*:
Persist:

Saved

Then saved parameters did not change

Please help me.
Thanks
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  1. 28.03.2011 11:03:53
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Thank Igor Seletskiy very much
succeeded
  1. 28.03.2011 11:03:25
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try doing:
yum install lve-utils
  1. 28.03.2011 11:03:22
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[email protected] [~]# uname -a
Linux server.mydomain.com 2.6.18-294.26.1.el5.lve0.8.18 #1 SMP Thu Feb 24 12:
11:27 EET 2011 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
  1. 28.03.2011 11:03:01
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I still need output of uname -a.
  1. 28.03.2011 11:03:13
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# rpm -qa|grep lve
lve-cpanel-plugin-0.1-4.el5.cloudlinux
liblve-0.8-20
cpanel-lve-0.3-4.el5.cloudlinux
lve-0.8-20
lve-stats-0.5-11.el5.cloudlinux
cpanel-lvemanager-0.3-2.el5.cloudlinux
kernel-2.6.18-294.26.1.el5.lve0.8.18
kernel-headers-2.6.18-294.26.1.el5.lve0.8.18

When i use command : lvectl set ......
say error: -bash: lvectl: command not found

Please help me
  1. 28.03.2011 10:03:09
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what does uname -a shows?
and sounds like you are not running CL yet.
  1. 28.03.2011 10:03:56
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Has not folder container on content
I use:
WHM 11.28.87
CENTOS 5.5 x86_64 vmware on server

Please help me.
  1. 28.03.2011 08:03:29
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Could you post content of /etc/container/ve.cfg
output of uname -a
and output of: rpm -qa|grep lve
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