Revert to CentOS
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  1. Maciej Wójcikowski
  2. Tuesday, 10 August 2010
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Is it possible (I guess it should be easy) to revert back to CentOS after the trial is over? I use LSWS and I\'d like to see how it works with CloudLinux under real load. Is there any improvements in kernel performance?
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  1. 10.08.2010 09:08:51
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Igor Seletskiy Accepted Answer
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Yes, use centos2cl tool:

# centos2cl -c
After that you need to manually remove CloudLinux kernel (rpm -e kernel-xxx, centos2cl will provide the command). We just don\'t want to remove kernel via script...

If you have any troubles -- ping me. I cannot say the script is used often, but few people/companies tested it.
  1. 10.08.2010 21:08:12
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Peter Abraham Accepted Answer
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Greetings Maciej Wójcikowski:

We used the revert when we ran into an issue where we needed help to move forward.

The revert did work well; though you may need to double check and/or reload the previous kernel through yum (before installation just write down the "uname -a" and look at /etc/grub.conf for the kernel being used).

Igor provides great support for CloudLinux, and has helped us extensively through some issues; some of which turned out to have absolutely nothing to do with CloudLinux.

I'll end here, but if you haven't guessed, we believe in the product; and Igor and his team can be trusted to support it beyond expecations.

Thank you.
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