CloudLinux 7 hybrid kernel module is now available for download from our updates-testing repository.



  • KMODLVE-286: safer locking for switch tags
  • KMODLVE-284: lsm proc_can_see_other_uid behavior wrong
  • KMODLVE-280: loadavg for EL8 kernels
  • KMODLVE-266: scheduling under rwlock
  • KMODLVE-277: don't print error if cannot lower the physmem limit
  • KMODLVE-274: right order to destoy slabs
  • KMODLVE-278: adopt task migration debug for EL8
  • KMODLVE-279: move XFS and Ext4 softdeps to common code
  • KMODLVE-214: updated copyright info
  • KMODLVE-268: improve message for race
  • KMODLVE-255: additional debugging for LVE integrity
  • CLKRN-479: careful cgroups removal for CloudLinux 7
  • CLKRN-402: mark lve_ub as NULL, if we can't create UBC
  • CLKRN-402: put KMEM-related code under ifdef
  • CLKRN-535: consider file descriptor dup case

Update command

yum update rhn-client-tools --enablerepo=cloudlinux-updates-testing yum update kmod-lve --enablerepo=cl7h_beta

How to install

The process of converting from standard to hybrid CloudLinux OS 7 is the same as for version 6. You can read about it here.

  1. First, install CloudLinux OS 7.
  2. Next, run the following commands as root.
    yum update rhn-client-tools rhn-check rhn-setup --enablerepo=cloudlinux-updates-testing normal-to-hybrid yum update kmod-lve --enablerepo=cl7h_beta reboot