This documents provides information on improvements and fixes, as well as the upgrade instructions for CloudBoot.
The following packages have been released for CloudBoot:
On this page:
Improvements & Fixes
Re-implemented logic of how the CPU cores number is calculated on CloudBoot Xen compute resources based on CentOS 6 and CentOS 7.
Updated a kernel version for CentOS 6 KVM ramdisk to 2.6.32-754.10.1.el6.x86_64.
Updated a libvirt version for CentOS 7 Xen ramdisk to 4.1.0-3.xen410.el7.
Updated a Xen version for CentOS 6 ramdisk to 4.8.5-1.el6.
Updated the following components for CentOS 7 KVM compute resources:
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Added iptables rules to storage nodes on all CloudBoot compute resources to block access to Port 8080 from all sources except for a storage network and localhost.
Fixed an issue when you could not enable NVMe as a storage device for Xen-based CloudBoot compute resources from Control Panel UI.
Upgrade CloudBoot Packages
Create a backup of the /tftpboot directory in case the storage packages rollback is needed.
Power off Windows virtual servers before proceeding to the following procedures.
To upgrade the OnApp Storage packages, follow the next procedure.
Upgrade the repo:
Update the onapp-store-install package:
Update the following packages:
After the packages installation, go to the Control Panel's Settings menu > Configuration and click the Save Configuration button.
Run the script:
Be aware that the disk-less nodes password is the root password for the CloudBoot compute resources. By default it is blank.
When run in the interactive mode, enter the required information.
To upgrade CloudBoot backup servers, refer to the Upgrade Guide. The "Simple Reboot" and "Migrate and Reboot" options are available.