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Cpanel 11 Bugs get out the bug spray

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by disappointed, May 25, 2007.

  1. disappointed

    disappointed Active Member

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    I have been waiting for fixes for the last two updates, I feel like I am on a down hill slide to disaster. with each upgrade to fix the last it just gets worse:(

    CPanel is no longer compatible with Awstats is this intentional are you going to come out with your own stats program?????:eek:

    On some servers the error logs don't work any more after moving to 11 current after I was told it would be ok.
    So since the only way to really clean up a server of a bad CPanel update or install is to format the server what's next, since my clients really don't matter to any one but me.:confused:

    If you have not moved from 10 to 11 stay on "10", I think 11 is starting to look like a bad case of windows Vista!!! :cool:

    All Show and no go, nice job on the graphics guys, it would be nice if it ran as good as it looks. :mad:


    Signed in a big bind now!!!!!
     
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  2. HostIt

    HostIt Well-Known Member

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    I hate to fall back on the classic line, but seriously, cPanel 11 is such a large change to the system that I'm surprised anybody with paying customers would dive into it when it hasn't even hit Release let alone Stable. I realise that doesn't help you at all, but hopefully your example is a warning to others of the dangers of shifting to undeveloped software in a production environment...
    I hope you can find the help you need to sort things out. I'd guess all of your problems could be resolved at least in the interim by an experienced system admin.
    Also: See threads like this http://forums.cpanel.net/showthread.php?t=66166 which may help :)
     
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  3. rone

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    Please stop complaining and just give detailed information about your problems, what you have done by yourself and what OS you are using. On this way you have the chance that someone knows the right fix for it.

    otherwise rollback to V10 and wait till it is in Stable Tree and yes it is possible to rollback without problems.
     
  4. cPanelDavidG

    cPanelDavidG Technical Product Specialist

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    cPanel is compatible to AWStats despite your accusation. Have you submitted a ticket regarding this situation so it can be resolved?

    If this is an urgent issue for you, you should not be making a post to the forums. You should instead be working with support staff who can rectify the situation for you.

     
  5. dan223

    dan223 Well-Known Member

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    You should have waited to stable. Most people are using cpanel 11 in a non-hosting enviroment, and if they are not, they know how to fix the problems.

    Cpanel 11 isn't stable yet, and once stable is released I think that will be the time you should upgrade. Until then rollback to 10
     
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    if you are using anything less than stable, you shouldn't be complaining in a public place, submit bug reports and support tickets
     
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