Memory limit displayed as 1TB instead of 1GB in cPanel

4u123

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Just wanted to check that this is a display related bug and not a more serious issue.

I noticed just now in a customers cpanel that their memory usage is showing as 348 / 1 TB

CloudLinux is set to a 1GB memory limit per LVE.
 

4u123

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This issue has been fixed in lvemanager-0.7-1.25. Check please if you have the latest lvemanager installed. If you have latest lvemanager and the bug is still present please submit a ticket at https://helpdesk.cloudlinux.com/index.php?/Tickets/Submit. Thank you.
So Cloudlinux doesn't update automatically? I was under the impression that this would be updated along with cPanel. There are no updates available via Yum, so I guess I'm using the latest version.

I should also mention that the CPU usage displays as 0 / 100 MB - shouldn't this be a percent symbol ?
 

4u123

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Could you please check currently installed lvemanager version with rpm -q lvemanager ?
I'd recommend you to submit a ticket at https://helpdesk.cloudlinux.com/index.php?/Tickets/Submit.
Thank you.
package lvemanager is not installed

# rpm -qa | grep ^lve
lve-stats-0.10-13.el5
lve-wrappers-0.6-1.el5.cloudlinux
lve-1.2-1.4.el5.cloudlinux
lve-utils-1.3-22.el5.cloudlinux

CloudLinux was installed after cpanel using the instructions provided in the cpanel documentation. All our servers are using the same version.

Does CloudLinux update automatically along with the cpanel updates? There isn't anything about keeping it updated in the cpanel documentation.

Is the cpanel implementation of CL the same as what is provided at cloudlinux.com?

The software is quite self explanatory, so we simply installed it as per cpanel's instructions and set the limits to the defaults, which meets out needs fine. I've seen the kernel being updated periodically with our normal rpm updates, so I assumed that this would take care of everything. If there is more we need to do, it isn't documented.

Can you advise?
 

__bliss

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cPanel supplies its own lvemanager which is pretty outdated. Installing CloudLinux lvemanager package via 'yum install lvemanager' updates it and adds many new features. Core functionality CloudLinux provides is available without lvemanager package installed. Thank you.
 

electric

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I'm not sure I understand why CloudLinux LVE Manager plugin doesn't have a spot to show current versions of the software.

ie: Installed version of cagefs, alt-php, lve manager, lvestats, etc.. and then the most recent version available.

This way, we can easily and quickly see if an upgrade is needed. Would be nice to link the "You should upgrade" link to the changelog...

This seems such a basic concept, and I have no idea why CloudLinux developers haven't done this yet, as I am constantly seeing confusion over what is latest version, what version is installed, etc...
 

jcfromkc

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cPanel supplies its own lvemanager which is pretty outdated. Installing CloudLinux lvemanager package via 'yum install lvemanager' updates it and adds many new features. Core functionality CloudLinux provides is available without lvemanager package installed. Thank you.
I was having this issue. yum install lvemanager fixed it for me and added a fresh new look. Thx!