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Running kernel is not an OpenVZ kernel (How to fix) Help me

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by rohit09, Dec 20, 2012.

  1. rohit09

    rohit09 Well-Known Member

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    when ever I try to restart the VZ I get this :(

    How do I fix it?
     
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    rohit09 Well-Known Member

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    ok After reinstall kernel

    Now it showing

    Some body please help me.
     
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    not quite sure what this has to do with cpanel
    but have you installed openVZ or do you need to disable openvz
     
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    rohit09 Well-Known Member

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    Ya.. I'm using cpanel on my VZ

    And it's started from when I try to stop my firewall..

    It's still not stopped or fixed//

    Can u guys plz help me
     
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    cPanel does not do anything to the Virtuozzo/OpenVZ kernel or the iptables modules (which are kernel modules). cPanel specifically excludes the kernel from yum updates, in fact. You really need to talk to your VPS administrator about this or, if you are the VPS administrator, consult the Virtuozzo/OpenVZ documentation. This is not something that cPanel has any control over and not something that cPanel support can help you with.

    Your best resources for help with this would be a forum that specializes in OpenVZ/Virtuozzo, the OpenVZ/Virtuozzo documentation, or a qualified administrator who is familiar with administration of this VPS environment.
     
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