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The Request ID is: 11678007
Dear @cPanelMichael ,
Before opening a support ticket I tried to troubleshoot it myself. I think I have a solution and also found a bug.
Seems like there is newer package v1.0.2 link here PECL :: Package :: mcrypt
So just changed install command to this to work with php7.3...
I still have that 3rd party stuff running mcrypt, thus switching to a newer PHP always needs mcrypt install.
I tried to install it to...
Just to avoid any confusion here, my application doesn't pre compress any source. (None)
So its not the case that Brotli avoides double...
In a nutshell:
How to set apache to favour Brotli over Gzip if both available!
Story + Troubleshooting:
Today I have enabled brotli...
CSF is not running, rest is something I never heard of. I dont have mutch extra on my webserver just mod_sec and CPHulk just how it came from...
I activated Cloudflare on one of my websites and just how CF suggest I like to whitelist CF IPs.
See CF IP list: IP Ranges | Cloudflare...
Thank you for the fix.
Now I have 2 questions:
Does PHP FPM conf. stays like this, or we can expect future changes?
Do we have a feature request...
Regardig EA-7903 I had issues with my sites.
I am using a custom router.php, all requests rewritten to this router.php which decides...
OK, its no problem (that cloud linux unsopported) I can go back to Apache's symlink protection or just forget about it, as I am the only Cpanel...
All right, I managed to load into the new Kernel, but wasnt easy.
First of all no, grub command was working so I could not do any Temp boot...
Thanks for the infos, I will look into those, definitely.
Just one last thing:
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The list of...
I was thinking on the problem.
1st Maybe there is a command to check which Kernel is flagged to boot into.
2nd Maybe a gracefull server reboot...
OK, I just reboted the system with WHM => gracefull reboot
In WHM => Security...
rpm -qa |grep kernel
rpm -qa |grep "kernel-3.10.0-"
Did not return anything!
In WHM / security advisor
The wording of the original security advisor warning suggest that I have new kernel running and wants to boot into an old one.
On theother hand...
In this case, it looks like KernelCare has actually published the updated kernel before CentOS. This is resulting in Security...