CloudLinux Hybrid Kernel

Hybrid Kernel is CloudLinux 6 (2.6.32-lve1.x) kernel compiled for CloudLinux 5 OS. It brings new features available in CloudLinux 6 kernel, like IO limits, to CloudLinux 5 servers. When you switch to hybrid kernel, you will also switch to a new channel, that has all other components compatible with the new kernel. The kernel is as stable as the CloudLinux 6 production kernel and has the same features.

 

While the kernel itself is fully production quality, the process of switching to hybrid kernel is not perfect. This is mostly due to differences in naming for the devices and modules between 2.6.32 and 2.6.18 kernels. As the result, your server might not boot with new kernel. To solve that, boot into previous (CL5) kernel, and convert back. After that — notify our support department at https://helpdesk.cloudlinux.com. In most cases we can resolve all the naming issues, and make sure you can boot into hybrid kernel

Switching to hybrid kernel:

 

To convert back to original CloudLinux 5 kernel:

 

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