The Virtualizor Team has released Virtualizor 2.5.3
This version has new features and some bug fixes.
1) [Feature] IPv6 Subnets have been added. You can assign IPv6 subnets to the VMs. For a detailed guide please refer to http://www.virtualizor.com/wiki/IPv6_Subnets
2) [Feature] Added the feature to create VMs in queues. You can set the number of Active creation processes from the Virtualizor Admin Panel -> Configuration -> General Settings -> Enable Queue Creation. The utility to view the active tasks and also the raw logs will be improved in future releases.
3) [Feature] Added the feature to set the Outgoing bandwidth speed / Upload Bandwidth speed for a VM. By default the VPS Network speed will be used to set the outgoing bandwidth limit if a seperate Outgoing bandwidth has not been set. The Upload Bandwidth speed setting is available in the “Advanced Settings” which creating / editing a VM.
4) [Feature] A new resource i.e. Total Num Cores for the Cloud/Reseller User has been added. Now if the admin sets the Total Cores for a user, the user cannot create VMs which will have the total number of cores exceeding the value set by the admin.
5) [Feature] Added the capability to sort the VPS list in the Virtualizor Admin Panel.
6) [Feature] Added the feature to set a cron job to backup the Master Servers Database and send it via Email.
7) [Feature] The Cloud User had to choose the Region and Virtualization when there was only one region with one virtualization available. We have improved this and the utility will now choose the available region and virtualization by default IF there is only one region and virtualization set for the user.
8) [Task] The Edit User utility UI has been improved.
9) [Task] We have updated the WHMCS Module and added the capability to upgrade the VM to a new Plan. In WHMCS you simply need to assign the VPS the new plan and click on “Change Package”.
10) [Task] No error was shown when the Admin searched for a non-existent user in the VPS List page’s search utility. This behaviour is now changed and an error will be reported.
11) [Task] Virtualizor uses the oflag=direct and iflag=direct when using “dd” during backups to perform various tasks. We have added an option to disable this if the Admin so desires to do so. The Admin will have to manually set the variable in the config file. Please refer to the wiki : http://www.virtualizor.com/wiki/Disable_DD_Flags
12) [Task] In List VPS utility, the admin will now be able to see that the VPS is owned by a Cloud User and also whether the VPS is owned by a sub-user of the Cloud User.
13) [Bug Fix] The noVNC utility blocked the right top side of the viewing area. This has been fixed.
14) [Bug Fix] SSH Port was set to blank when backup settings were called and the SSH port was not set or empty. This is fixd.
15) [Bug Fix] When a user performed an OpenVZ Backup, the email sent to the user contained “Virtualizor” as the sender. This is now fixed and set to use the SiteName variable.
16) [Bug Fix] IP Stealing fixed for Xen.
17) [Bug Fix] A VM with Mac based IPs was not given a new Mac address when the IP was edited. This is now fixed.
Virtualizor supports OpenVZ, Xen, XenServer and Linux-KVM on CentOS and Ubuntu and they all can be managed from the Master. We are adding more features and if you have any suggestions, do let us know. We hope you enjoy this version of Virtualizor.
The Virtualizor Team