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VirtuozzoUpdate 10

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Update 10 for Virtuozzo 7 is now available. It provides the components listed below, along with Microsoft WHQL certification, to help our customers reduce risk to security and performance.

Linux kernel – now based on RHEL 7.6 kernel 3.10.0-957.10.1.el7
QEMU - 2.12 (was 2.10 in Update 9)
Libvirt – 4.5.0 (was 3.9.0)
CRIU – 3.11 (was 3.10)
QEMU-GA – 3.0.91 (was 2.90)

The full release notes from Update 10 are listed below. Be sure to sign up to receive these future notes via email here.

1. Overview
The Update 10 for Virtuozzo 7.0 provides a new feature as well as stability and usability bug fixes. It also introduces a new kernel 3.10.0-957.10.1.vz7.85.17, which is a rebase to the RHEL 7.6 kernel 3.10.0-957.10.1.el7.

2. New Features
Improved shaman interaction with the dispatcher. The new commands 'shaman cleanup-broken' and 'shaman sync' allow you to clean up and sync shaman and cluster resources to avoid issues with resource migration. For more details, see section 8.9 "Troubleshooting Shaman Resources" in the User's Guide. (PSBM-64247)

3. Bug Fixes
Node could crash due to a bug in overlays. (PSBM-91794)

Node could crash due to an issue with microcode. (PSBM-90809)

MAC addresses were truncated for calculating hardware IDs (HWIDs). In case of InfiniBand devices with long MAC addresses, this could result in multiple nodes having the same HWIDs. (PSBM-93117)

Live migration could fail with a CRIU error "Error (criu/tty.c:2324): tty: ctty inheritance detected sid/pgrp 345, no PTY peer with sid/pgrp needed". (PSBM-76490)

Zero available memory could be reported in containers based on the ubuntu-18.04-x86_64 template. (PSBM-90190)

Other fixes. (PSBM-77022, PSBM-82991, PSBM-83783, PSBM-84241, PSBM-87926, PSBM-88107, PSBM-90384, PSBM-90449, PSBM-90586, PSBM-90731, PSBM-91524, PSBM-91819, PSBM-91824, PSBM-91867, PSBM-91882, PSBM-91956, PSBM-92050, PSBM-92132, PSBM-92238, PSBM-92378, PSBM-92694, PSBM-92869, PSBM-92894, PSBM-93060, PSBM-93077, PSBM-93274, PSBM-93313, PSBM-93352, PSBM-93400, PSBM-93461, PSBM-93571, PSBM-93675, PSBM-93728, PSBM-93751)

4. Installing the Update
Install the update by running 'yum update' and rebooting the host.

The JSON file with the list of new and updated packages included in this update is available at

This advisory is published in the Virtuozzo Support Center at

The Virtuozzo advisory archive is available at