The Virtualizor Team has released Virtualizor 2.5.5
This version has new features and some bug fixes.
1) [Feature] Cloud users can now “Edit VPS” from the Dashboard.
2) [Feature] Added several NIC card Modules added for XEN and KVM. You can create/edit VPS with new NIC cards which can be found at “Advance settings” option.
3) [Feature] PV on HVM support added for XEN-HVM VPS. The option can be found at “Advanced Option” section of create/edit VPS.
4) [Feature] ISPConfig Control panel added in “Install Control Panel” option of Enduser Panel. Now users can install ISPConfig in their VPS with one click install.
5) [Feature] Change package option added for WHMCS Virtualizor Cloud Account module.
6) [Feature] Added a configuration to calculate Bandwidth as per the service period. The admin needs to enable this from the Admin Panel -> Configuration
7) [Feature] Swap memory is now optional for XenPV VMs.
8) [Feature] Added the option for the Admin to login as user from the Admin panel.
9) [Task] PhpMyAdmin updated to latest version.
10) [Task] Sorting of User Logs improved.
11) [Task] Virtualizor XenServer edition has been improved. Some new features will be coming soon.
12) [Task] Tight VNC Viewer and SSH Terminal Signed and updated for Virtualizor XenServer.
13) [Bug Fix] IP address and User Agent check added for sessions to improve session security.
14) [Bug Fix] Gateway issue fixed for SUSE VPS created on OVH network.
15) [Bug Fix] Email Attachment issue has been fixed for SMTP emails.
16) [Bug Fix] Cloud User IP Resources showed unlimited if set to 0 while creating the cloud user. This is fixed now.
17) [Bug Fix] “Disable Control Panel” option in Configuration Page was not storing the value, which caused “Install Control Panel” option to be visible in the Enduser panel. This is fixed now.
18) [Bug Fix] Delete VPS operation did not show “Done” message after deleting the VPS. This is fixed now.
19) [Bug Fix] Traffic shaping failed when the speed for an OpenVZ VPS was set to 100+ Mbps. This is fixed now.
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