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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by moronhead, Dec 28, 2002.

  1. moronhead

    moronhead Well-Known Member

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    In layer1.cpanel.net I just saw a new download for Vserver Manager with some screengrabs to accompany it.

    Is VDS or VPS now available for Cpanel? How reliable, stable and safe is it to use? What version of WHM/Cpanel will it work with?

    A declaration of intent and some usage info from Nick or DarkORB would be most welcome. ;)

    Regards,

    Norman
     
  2. mikerayner

    mikerayner Well-Known Member

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    Security and VPS/ VDS

    Installation requires patching the regular Kernel from the kernel.org it is impossible to use RedHat Kernel, (due to ctx patch)

    What about security risks ? without security patches?
    Because I have to apply ctx pach for the kernel thus cannot use RedHat supplied kernels or other security powered kernels
     
  3. MrHits

    MrHits Well-Known Member

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    Does anyone have any suggestions for this?

    I logged into prot 2090 and I get this:

    There are no disks with unpartitioned space that can be allocated


    I deleted a partition using fdisk -- received message above
    I re-created the partition, did not mount it -- received message a
    I formated the partition, did not mount it -- rceived messagesge above

    How do I do this, as listed in the install file:

    You must have UNPARTITIONED free disk space to create new vservers in.

    What constitutes &UNPARTITION free disk space& ?

    Thanks
     
  4. bdraco

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    You must reboot so the kernel re-reads the partition table if you remove a partition.
     
  5. mikerayner

    mikerayner Well-Known Member

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    [quote:8211dfbfda][i:8211dfbfda]Originally posted by thaphantom[/i:8211dfbfda]

    &it is impossible to use RedHat Kernel&
    Not true many people have created a patch for the RH Kernels, DarkORB has used these patches to patch it for you...[/quote:8211dfbfda]

    I think you are wrong why?

    because in Redhat they patch the kernels by themselves, and if you create a ctx patch for each redhat kernel you have to make a patch for each kernel by redhat,

    but all of provided patches are offered to be applied on regular kernels from kernel.org such as GRSecurity

    I asked about it in other threads about how to compile in the kernel with all necessary patches and GRsecurity but haven't received any reply yet?
     
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