Cloudmin 5.6 released

Cloudmin version 5.6 is now available for download from our YUM and APT repositories. Existing users should see a message on the Cloudmin Information page after logging in, prompting to upgrade to the new release.

This update contains several new features, including :

  • IPv6 addresses can now be managed on Xen and KVM instances and assigned at creation time. The IP Addresses page also allows entering of IPv6 allocation ranges for use by new systems.
  • Multiple virtual systems can now be moved at once to a single destination, using the new Move Systems button on the List Managed Systems page.
  • The Change Password page and passwd-system API command can now be used to set the VNC password for the graphical console of a KVM or Xen system.
  • KVM images can now be converted to Xen, and Xen whole-disk images to KVM, via the new Convert Image button on the Edit Image page.
  • Images for LXC and OpenVZ can now be created from existing filesystem tar.gz files, on the New System Images page.
  • New KVM instances can now have virtual memory added at creation time, using a separate virtual disk.

It also fixes several minor bugs found since the last release. As always, please report any problems you find in this new version via the issue tracker.