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Additional Info on auto update

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by mwsfx, Jul 7, 2014.

  1. mwsfx

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    Hi,

    I just try to find out at which time/day the last cPanel auto-update has been performed on my server.

    I also checked /var/cpanel/update** logs however there is a log for every day and not for that particular system update.

    Is there a way we can find out WHEN 11.44.0.19 has been installed on our server?

    many thanks
    Michael
     
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    Hi Infopro,

    thanks. yes but is there any way to see when it has been installed? I know my cronjob runs at 00:31 however I'm not sure on which day it went through. The changelog in the backend is dated to 2nd. the changelog at your website quotes the 1st. however if my cron runs at 00:31 it may have been installed on the 3rd.

    The problem is we try to narrow down a issue with FTP TLS connections and our setup stopped working on the 3rd. There have been several FTP fixes with this update, but at the moment I don't even know if it worked after the auto-update because I can not figure out when it has been installed exactly.

    Michael
     
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    Or the 2nd.

    I'd be more interested in a fix than tracking down what day it happened.

    Why not open a ticket to cPanel Technical Support right now? It's the 7th.

    Or post more details about the exact issue, and lets see if anyone else is experiencing the same?


    Thanks!
     
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    thanks will do.

    I just tried to narrow it down as good as possible before opening a ticket, maybe its just another problem with the internal firewall.

    However thanks for your help.
     
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