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Congrats are in order IMHO

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by spearhead, Sep 13, 2007.

  1. spearhead

    spearhead Member

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    Cpanel guys...

    I've just upgraded to Apache 2.2 / php 5.2.1 /suphp / suexec / suhosin / zend opt 3.2.2 - FLAWLESSLY.

    I had: Apache 1.3 / php 5.2.1 / mod_php / suexec / zend opt 3.2.2

    all this on Centos 4.5

    Fine job. So far I cannot find ANY issues as of yet. System looks good. I just thought I should thank you folks for a fine job in my situation. I'm sure it's been a long hard road to get here.

    My only caveat to those getting ready to do so - make sure you know what to compile with Apache & PHP before you 'dive' in. I can see how it's very possible to make mistakes as EA3 has many options and permutations that may not work in your particular environment and may not work together.

    Thanks again cPanel devs and support team!!
     
  2. p.kiula

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    Can you tell us HOW you did this? I don't see any option in WHM? I am on the latest RELEASE version, do I need to go to EDGE?
     
  3. p.kiula

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    Questions:

    1. Is this Apache 2.2.6?

    2. Why not PHP 5.2.4? That's the highly recommended security version.

    3. Are you running suPHP and suExec with eAccelerator? eAccelerator is a must-have for high traffic websites but it conflicts with suPHP in the RELEASE version of WHM.

    Thanks.
     
  4. Infopro

    Infopro cPanel Sr. Product Evangelist
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    No, but you would need to go to CURRENT. IMO< you might want to wait a bit longer to move anywhere though.
     
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