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WHM v68.0.16 plus KernelCare
I am still seeing the warning message of "You must reboot the server to apply kernel updates" at the right...
My current inquiry is very simple.
I'm still seeing "reboot message" on WHM v68 and want to erase it.
How should I do?
As for a long...
Yes, the best way is to disappear this message without rebooting, it's the merit of kernel care.
I am waiting for the update of cPanel engineer...
Must I reboot, then does the warning message disappear?
Now WHM version is 68.0.12.
Does it mean that this warning messages disappear once reboot is done now?
Did anyone succeed?
So, finally, will this issue be solved by cPanel update sooner or later?
66.0.19 has been released.
Running Cloudlinux 7.4 + cPanel...
I also have the same issue in 66.0.17.
The following warning message never disappears from WHM and security advisor although the newest kernel...
cPanel has the function of email disk usage with ver.64.
I want to delete the emails(imap) that the date is before 2014.12.31.
Great!, why can cPanel do such a thing..
still I don't know. I will use for 90 days and check whether it is updated automatically for free.
I found AutoSSL at WHM recently.
I installed to an one account as a test, then the site appeared as "https" for free.
I checked the...
Thank you for detailed explanation. I could update kernel to the latest version.:)
Thank you for your reply.
What do you mean "I don't think there is any more precautions needed."?
My VPS server(Xenserver) is running with CloudLinux 6.x 64 bit + cPanel/WHM 11.50.0.
I saw the warning message at Home »Security Center...
I received the alert as follows. WHM 11.48.4(build 4).
--------------------- clam-update Begin ------------------------
I read that thread before posting here, but it was not the answer that I looked for.
I was looking for the way to enable the auto daily scanning, and receiving the email about the result.
After the exploration, I found the...
I hope that Google drive is very good destination for cPanel back up.:cool:
Does any one know how to connect Google Drive for backup?...
Yes, it was solved after clearing the cPanel cache.
for i in `grep -l 5.8.8 /home*/*/.cpanel/datastore/_usr_bin_perl_-v`; do /bin/rm -f -v $i;...
I moved accounts from the old cPanel(WHM 11.44) to the new Cpanel(WHM 11.48 latest) server.
Old: CentOS 5.x Perl 5.8.8