What to expect from Cloudlinux 8 ?
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  1. Christos Panagiotakis
  2. Friday, 10 May 2019
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Just because I am curious and nothing else,
CL 5, 6 and 7 were based on a heavily openvz modified kernel if I am not mistaken.

But now that RHEL 8 is out and Centos will follow in a month or two,
with all these changes CloudLinux 8 will use openvz or something else like
docker/podman, cgroups, kubernetes or anything else for LVE limits (CPU/RAM/IO/IOPS) ?
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  1. 11.05.2019 03:05:11
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Igor Seletskiy Accepted Answer
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Native (RHEL) kernel with our kernel module will be used. We are trying to avoid making any changes to the kernel.
It should have standard CloudLinux limits.
ETA: End of Q3, though we might release a beta early in Q3
  1. 29.08.2019 22:08:21
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CageFS will not stop working. Limits will work, but you will not be able to change them from LVE Manager.







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  1. 30.09.2019 08:09:22
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cldeploy can handle Centos 8 to CL 8 migration ? Or a beta available ?
  1. 30.09.2019 13:09:32
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Hello Christos! Thank you for reaching out. We are working on this issue. We plan to release it in 4Q.
At the moment, it is possible to migrate from 7 to 7 hybrid, which has the fourth core from 8 (https://www.cloudlinux.com/cloudlinux-os-blog/entry/beta-cloudlinux-7-hybrid-with-4-18-kernel). If you have any other questions, feel free to ask here. Thank you for contacting us.
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