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Apache 2.0

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by gunmuse, Feb 21, 2005.

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    gunmuse Well-Known Member

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    Ok,

    I have done the upgrade to mysql 4.1.8 and haven't seen anything causing me grief from cpanel itself.

    Now I am wanting to upgrade to Apache 2.0.xxx

    I know it says experimental.

    My question is What problems are there?

    If its only a few programs that don't work that I don't use anyway then I would upgrade.

    but if the WHM is going to crash completely not worth while.

    I use Awstats, Fanstatisco, The X2 theme and the normal functions of add/remove accounts and what not in the WHM.

    Is it safe for me to upgrade to 2.0 with php 5.03 mysql 4.1.8 if I am running just a basic webserver.

    I only want the 2.0 for the fact we run a search engine would like the speed 2.0 offers over 1.3. So there is a need one I am willing to give up some function for. Just not basic function.
     
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    gunmuse Well-Known Member

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    Questions like this are not rhetorical. Do I really have to open a trouble ticket to talk to a cpanel tech as to why I am still limited to Apache 1.3 Its causing grief with the Microsoft FP extensions as the last Microsoft update series. The only support for that is in Apache 2.0.
     
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    As I explained in your last post regarding php5, the answer to your question here is: yes, you do.
     
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    Then why have a forum?

    I want to upgrade to 2.0 and AVOID problems and avoid creating troubletickets.

    It would seem your current policy is to create problems. How about instead of saying "Buggy" you put a list of known bugs with upgrading to that feature? I don't see how your other members benefit from me learning the reasons why and they don't.
     
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    I have told you what you need to do to get a response from cPanel tech support.

    Closing Thread.
     
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