* on cPanel server, rebooted
* ran: sudo yum update (nothing)
* ran: sudo yum update ca-certificates (already updated)
* ran: EasyApache4 (Apache 2.4 and PHP 7.4)
* inspected php.ini (all default settings for curl, openssl)
Maybe PHP has its own built-in list of root CA's and I need to...
...package names more closely. And, indeed, they are related to webmail. Check the log messages shown below.
I also re-enabled php7.3 in my EasyApache4 configuration yesterday, but it alone made no difference. (My sense is that you have a separate php7.3 install for your own purposes?)
I have a couple sites running cPanel 98.0.6 and suPHP. One site won't let me upgrade to php 8. Actually, it won't let me install anything using easyapache4. I think there is something wrong with my easyapache. Is there a way to remove it and reinstall it or force it to upgrade?
...is creating an nginx docker container and mounting like -v /etc/nginx:/etc/nginx
This way all the generated config files made by cpanel/easyapache4 are picked up by the container and basically cloning the bare metal nginx.
I'm using an apache config with nginx so for example nginx:80 will get...
...servicios de correo, paginas web, hechas con WordPress y prestashop en su mayoría, y lo que dichos servicios conllevan como son EasyApache4 (usando mod_mpm_event), PHP (usando Hardened PHP de Imunify360) en diversas versiones, SQL y Exim entre otros.
Además contamos con Imunify360, cpHulk y...
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...boom, wow, my site was 10x faster.... I don't get it because PHP-FPM seems to me that it's a layer on top of PHP (extra computation). [in EasyApache4 uncheck it in php extensions]
In my case I need file upload and that php don't use www as a user....
I also disabled output buffer and gzip...
--> Processing Conflict: 1:ea-modsec30-3.0.4-6.el7.cloudlinux.x86_64 conflicts ea-apache24-mod_security2
EasyApache4 has Inbuilt profile pre-made for CloudLinux+All PHP Options+NGINX .Maybe, You should try directly Provisioning it because there are no conflicts in that!
Looks like its not Installed on your Machine. Go to WHM>EasyApache4 and Check if this package is available in ea-php8 but I do know this package is available in CloudLinux alt-php8 with the name alt-php-ssa. If Its not found in PHP8 library, maybe its not released in PHP8 and you should PHP7.4...
...this, and as the server was not serving webpages on IPV6 due to the nginx issue, solved this by just removing the IPV6 entries from the DNS.
I Think this should be addressed by whm/cpanel dev team as the ea-nginx was installed using easyapache4 and there's no mention that it does not support...
for anyone who comes across this thread I found the solution here
run yum downgrade xz xz-devel xz-libs
Or you can allow users to manage the error_log value in the PHP Selector interface to determine the log location...
...it on WHM 94. he then referenced CLI scripts available in WHM 94 to manage.
Here is what I did:
1. Logged into WHM
2. Navigated to EasyApache4
3. Clicked Customize next to my profiel
4. Navigated to Additional Packages
5. Selected NGINX
6. Saved the profile
For anyone who came across this thread like I did looking for a solution, see this support article: