How to install and convert Cloudlinux on Centos

How to install and convert Cloudlinux on Centos, you can migrate from old OS linux Centos become to cloudlinux, CloudLinux is the first commercial OS that meets the specific needs and demands of web hosting providers. CloudLinux is the choice for web hosting providers because of the stable environment it provides even in the most extreme hosting situations. It’s easy to get started with CloudLinux whether you put it on an existing server or are setting up a new one. Convert from CentOS or RHEL in as little as 5 minutes and start experiencing the stability improvements from CloudLinux. Each tenant is assigned a definitive resource limit that prevents sudden resource spikes from taking down the entire server. this is easy migrate control panel like cpanel, directadmin, plesk, interworks, ispmanager centos to cloudlinux

  • switch cPanel server from CentOS 5.x or 6.x to CloudLinux

It is easy to switch cPanel server from CentOS 5.x or 6.x to CloudLinux. The process takes a few minutes and replaces just a handful of RPMs.

Get either by getting trial subscription or by purchasing subscription
Download script: cpanel2cl
Execute sh cpanel2cl -k
* Important: If you bought CloudLinux license directly from cPanel, you don’t need activation key. Just run sh cpanel2cl -k
Reboot

Once you have rebooted, you are running CloudLinux kernel with LVE enabled.
lvectl — command line tool to adjust LVE settings

  • switch DirectAdmin server from CentOS 5.x or 6.x to CloudLinux

It is easy to switch DirectAdmin server from CentOS 5.x or 6.x to CloudLinux. The process takes a few minutes and replaces just a handful of RPMs.

Get either by getting trial subscription or by purchasing subscription
Download script: centos2cl
Execute sh centos2cl -k
Reboot

Once you have rebooted, you are running CloudLinux kernel with LVE enabled.
Rebuild apache:

if you run suphp, then run the following additionaly:

 

  • switch Plesk server from CentOS 5.x or 6.x to CloudLinux

It is easy to switch Plesk server from CentOS 5.x or 6.x to CloudLinux. The process takes a few minutes and replaces just a handful of RPMs.

Get either by getting trial subscription or by purchasing subscription
Download script: centos2cl
Execute sh centos2cl -k
Reboot

Once you have rebooted, you are running CloudLinux kernel with LVE enabled.
Install additional components & update some key RPMs:

 

  • switch InterWorx server from CentOS 5.x or 6.x to CloudLinux

It is easy to switch InterWorx server from CentOS 5.x or 6.x to CloudLinux. The process takes a few minutes and replaces just a handful of RPMs.

Get either by getting trial subscription or by purchasing subscription
Download script: centos2cl
Execute sh centos2cl -k
Reboot

Once you have rebooted, you are running CloudLinux kernel with LVE enabled.
Install additional components & update some key RPMs:

 

  • switch ISP Manager server from CentOS 5.x or 6.x to CloudLinux

It is easy to switch ISP Manager server from CentOS 5.x or 6.x to CloudLinux. The process takes a few minutes and replaces just a handful of RPMs.

Get either by getting trial subscription or by purchasing subscription
Download script: centos2cl
Execute sh centos2cl -k
Reboot

Once you have rebooted, you are running CloudLinux kernel with LVE enabled.
Install additional components & update some key RPMs:

 

If you face any issues after conversion, make sure you check
http://www.cloudlinux.com/docs/troubleshouting.php

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