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  2. Wednesday, 24 October 2012
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Hi,

 What looks like the ETA for CL5 and PMEM to be in production?



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Frank
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  1. 24.10.2012 08:10:55
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Igor Seletskiy Accepted Answer
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We don\'t get enough feedback on our beta kernel. It seems it is fully stable, but we want more people testing it/providing feedback before we are ready to push it into production.
  1. 24.10.2012 11:10:29
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We have 2.6.18-408.8.2.el5.lve1.1.65.3 running on two servers and all appears well :)
  1. 28.11.2012 13:11:20
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After installing new kernel I would like to switch from vMEM to PMEM. Does one need to update anything else to bring up this option in LVE Manager?

[email protected] [~]# uname -a
Linux server.gcwebhosting.us 2.6.18-408.8.2.el5.lve0.8.61.3 #1 SMP Wed Jul 11 06:49:35 EDT 2012 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux

And


[email protected] [~]# rpm -qa|grep lve
lve-stats-0.9-8.el5
lve-utils-1.1-8.el5.cloudlinux
kernel-2.6.18-408.8.2.el5.lve1.1.65.3
kernel-2.6.18-408.8.2.el5.lve0.8.61.3
lve-1.1-0.39.el5.cloudlinux
liblve-devel-1.1-0.39.el5.cloudlinux
kmod-lve-2.6.18-408.8.2.el5.lve1.1.65.3-1.1-9.9.el5
lve-wrappers-0.5-11.el5.cloudlinux
liblve-1.1-0.39.el5.cloudlinux
kernel-headers-2.6.18-408.8.2.el5.lve0.8.61.3
pam_lve-0.3-2.el5.cloudlinux
lvemanager-0.5-41.el5
  1. 28.11.2012 13:11:10
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You have to reboot, so that new kernel would be detect by LVE Manager.
  1. 28.11.2012 13:11:23
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Frank Doud Accepted Answer
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Oh man sometimes....

Anywhos concerning this new item I am seeing:
Number of procecces (nPROC)
http://docs.cloudlinux.com/index.html?number_of_processes_limit.html


How is that different then Entry Process? Do the two work hand in hand or are they on different levels?


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Frank
  1. 28.11.2012 13:11:55
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Igor Seletskiy Accepted Answer
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each request  to CGI/PHP script (entry process) can result in 3, 5, 10000 processes (nproc) created.
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