Hello, here they are:
Ebtables is blocking indiscriminately on Cloudmin Pro: on two fresh installs, CentOS 7 latest from scratch and the like, I found that the source of my (2 weeks!) problems was ebtables. There are 2 private tickets about this with bunch of details. No connectivity with KVM in vms, created from my images, your images or simply fresh installs, once you set the Cloudmin IP range and IP spoofing, even if the ebtables seemed OK to my poor knowledge. Why would it block a VM (all?) with the same IPs assigned in them and in Cloudmin? Lucky me I have a /24 and didn't fill the full range and by chance assigned one outside the range; just worked. There is some non-sense erratic behavior there, ebtables style.
Cloudmin backups: just search here for problems with those; they never (ever) worked for me, I am using images in case of problems which is a pain. One public ticket.
Cloudmin ancient and buggy images and a request: of course one can update, but still it is weird to see lots of CentOS 6. Who would start a fresh system with that, a VM moreover where there aren't constraints like HP raid controllers not working? Ubuntu is also old, Debian latest KVM only - even if I don't care for them but I am testing stuff once in a while. Said to myself "ah, a 7.0 with XFS" but the one dubbed "CentOS 7.0 64-bit XFS KVM instance with base OS" just boots into dracut... Also no KVM Virtualmin image with a decent 7.x seems like an oversight; one with Webmin too. Those are your products, come on :)
A firewalld rule is inserted by the Virtualmin install script that opens all ports above 1025 or something till the end of 65k-something. That is not a sane default at all, this is a problem. I didn't have that before running the script, just the standard post CentOS 7 install, ssh and dhcpv6.
The documentation should be updated to reflect that ports 10000 - 10100 should be opened, and not only 10000 - 10010. I am sorry now I don't have the time to find it, but there were a couple of places I found this.
Please document that it is recommended to do a fresh install without LVM if Cloudmin needs take a look at fstab, grub etc. Else will throw pages of errors when imaging for example. If they are benign, say so in documentation, or just don't display them if seems feasible to you.
Authentic, File Manager: the Save configuration button spins endlessly giving the impression of a freeze.
Authentic, File Manager: where is the upload file progress bar, this one I remember I had it? Was there a download one? It would be nice, not to just sit there, not knowing what is happening, wondering if it is working. Another feature would be hash a sha256 function to check the integrity of files? And another one - what about some easy way to copy the path, (sorry if there is one already?).
Authentic, File Manager, purely aesthetic and personal opinion: the yellowish/gnomish icons in the pane should go away, and match the clean ones in the tree?
And now this is kind of a big problem, but totally improperly tested by me, I didn't have the time but saw it at a few ocasions (can't say that with the latest version, too few updated): when I open a few Webmin instances in Chromium (openSUSE Leap 15.0) with Virtualmin/Cloudmin, the very useful Terminal, the overlay-ed transparent one seems to be cross talking to say the least between the tabs, different servers. I mean once in a while for example it grabs the history (upper arrow, it behaves erratic too, please check it out) from another tab. I just have to witness it again.
Thanks, have nice week-end!
PS: watching AVP... What a POS, am I the only one feeling betrayed in my love for Alien and Predator old flicks? :D