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Http2 and mod_ruid2

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    Hello,

    i'd like to install mod_http2 in my VPS, but for doing that i have to switch to mpm_event or mpm_worker and, at the same time disable mod_ruid2.

    Now i want to keep a good protection for symlink race condition, but the only solution i have found is to install Kernelcare.

    I've also tried to install the free patchset of Cloudlinux, but unfortunately they don't support my kernel (i have CentOS Plus), not so lucky :(

    Is there any chance, now or in the future, to install mod_http2 and to have a good protection for symlink race condition, without buy a Kernelcare license?

    Thanks in advance.
     
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    Hi Michael, sincerely no.

    I have created the VPS 2 months ago on a Cloud, with the template "CentOS 7.2 64bit + cPanel", i never did manual updates, only automatic updates from Cpanel. My kernel version is 3.10.0-327.4.4.el7.centos.plus.x86_64

    Are there many differences from the standard CentOS kernel?
     
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    Hello,

    The following CentOS document explains the uses for CentOS Plus:

    AdditionalResources/Repositories/CentOSPlus - CentOS Wiki

    It's not typically something you need to use unless you require it for a non-standard package (this is uncommon). My advice would be to replace your CentOS Plus kernel with the stock CentOS kernel and then consider using the free patchset from CloudLinux for symlink protection. The CentOS forums are a good resource should you need help with the steps required to revert back to the standard CentOS kernel:

    CentOS - Index page

    Thank you.
     
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    Ok thank you very much Michael
     
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