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 Virtualizor Launched (Release Branch) (Patch 1), Patch 1 (0 Replies, Read 12577 times)
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The Virtualizor Team has released Virtualizor
Following are the list of bugfixes and improvement :

1) [BugFix] When a VPS was created on a slave server that had special character(s) in the root password, the password was not set correctly. This is fixed.

2) [BugFix] VPS Restore wizard was dying if the backup path was set as "/", this bug was introduced in This is fixed now.

3) [BugFix] When any special character was added to the Subject in the "Mail to User" wizard in Admin panel, it was getting converted to HTML entities. This is fixed.

4) [BugFix] Restore to new VPS feature was giving an error if the Swap RAM was set as 0 in the VPS whose backup is being restored. This is fixed.

5) [BugFix] Multi Select option to delete entries on Domain Forwarding wizard was not working. This is fixed.

6) [Task] Multiple OpenVZ options (Fuse, NFS etc..) which were added in, they were not added in Admin panel VPS Manage wizard. This is added now.

7) [Task] Multiple OpenVZ options (Fuse, NFS etc..) which were added in, they were not added to the Enduser Panel. This is added now.

8) [Task] Updated the SolsuVM WHMCS converter to support Virtualizor WHMCS V2 module.

To check the complete list of points for version 2.9.2, Click Here

Virtualizor supports OpenVZ, OpenVZ 7, Xen, XenServer, LXC, Linux-KVM, Proxmox KVM, Proxmox OpenVZ, and Proxmox LXC 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

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