Allow the cPanel user account to enable or disable NGINX® caching. ???

nickgr67

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Mar 8, 2019
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Hi all.
I have a cPanel v100.0.1 server and I’ve enabled the NGINX caching feature.

According to the link below:
https://docs.cpanel.net/whm/packages/feature-manager/

EA4 - Allow enabling/disabling NGINX caching (requires cPanel & WHM version 100 or later) — Allow the cPanel user account to enable or disable NGINX® caching.
Note:
The interface only displays this feature if you have installed the ea-nginx package on your server.


users can enable and disable the Nginx caching on their own through the cPanel interface.

The thing is that I can only see the “Clear Cache” button but not the “enable/disable cache” option.


Does anyone know where it is?
P.S.The ea-nginx package is installed on the server.

Thank you in advance for your answers.

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cPanelAnthony

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Oct 18, 2021
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Hello! It looks like you found an issue with our documentation for "feature manager." We actually added the ability to clear cache per cPanel user, not disable it completely. Please see our release notes here.


In cPanel & WHM version 100, we added a Clear Cache button to the General Information section of the cPanel interface. If NGINX® caching is active for your account, click Clear Cache to clear the NGINX cache.

This button only appears if NGINX is installed on your server and caching is active.
I have filed a case with our documentation team to get this fixed; thank you for pointing this out!