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autoupdate :/

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by majidnt, Nov 2, 2005.

  1. majidnt

    majidnt Well-Known Member

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    we have updated phpmyadmin ( ourselves ) to the last version but because auto update is enabled in whm , after some hours it was returned to the previous version . how can we update software version ?
    same happened with mysql , ours is 4.1.13 , we updated it to 4.1.14 but tomorrow night ... it is 4.1.13 .
    any suggestion ?
     
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    Domlogs rotation

    Hello,

    i need to rotate domlogs, searching on this forum i have read that i should have "httpd" or "apache" file inside /etc/logrotate.d/ but i dont have it on my servers, maybe Cpanel dont rotate anymore domlogs?

    i would do it asap bcs i have site that take 1Gb for logs

    thank you
     
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    i am sorry i wanted click on New topic :(
     
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    majidnt Well-Known Member

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    no help!!!!
     
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    Well, since you are obviously skilled in upgrading packages on your own, the easiest way to prevent autoupdates would be to select the desired update option(s) in
    whm - server configuration - update conf
     

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