- May 8, 2013
- cPanel Access Level
- Root Administrator
The system kernel is up-to-date at version “3.10.0-862.14.4.el7.x86_64”.
Noyou running something like kernelcare?
Yes, I am also running CentOS 7 kernel.My server running stock CentOS 7
This issue in internal case CPANEL-22095
Sure, Ticket ID: 10522573Can you please provide the ticket ID for the support ticket you opened?
The response in the ticket only addresses the kernelcare symlink protection notification remaining in instances where kernelcare symlink protection has already been installed.cPanel Security Advisor no more showing about Kernel version info about update.
I would suggest opening a separate ticket to address this issue specifically as I cannot replicate it based on what you've explained thus far. If you do open a ticket please provide the relevant ticket ID here.
The kernelcare installation installs a free version of kernelcare when you're using the symlink protection patch. The patchset it uses is the "free patch" this is standard behavior for it. You won't have a license installed but you will have kernelcare installed. The two are one in the same you just won't get automated kernel updates without a license.
I just checked in on this once more and at this time there have been no further updates. As I mentioned before when it is updated we'll notify you here.Still no update for this issue?
Very strange, This issue over one years but no update happened ...
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