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Cpanel 11 Kernel & Additional question

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by psychodreams, Jun 2, 2007.

  1. psychodreams

    psychodreams Well-Known Member

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    First of all from what Im reading they are recommending fedora kernel 5 or 6 with cpanel 11

    I am currently running

    Kernel 2.6.12-1.1381_FC3 with cpanel 11

    How would I go about upgrading to FC6 the simplest way
    Ive never attempted to upgrade a kernel nor really familiar how

    Could someone tell me how to do this safely
    And if you dont think its safe could you recommend someplace who would do it cheaply

    NEXT QUESTION

    I recentlly changed my main shared ip and moved all the domain to it they work correctly
    I enable mod_userdir Protection where users could view ther domain via
    Example http://222.222.222.222/~accountname
    Well for example I changed the main shared ip to example 333.333.333.333
    The users can still only view there domain thius way by
    http://222.222.222.222/~accountname and cannot view by
    http://333.333.333.333/~accountname how would i go about fixing this?
    any suggestions???
     
  2. Sinewy

    Sinewy Well-Known Member

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    Personally I wouldn't use Fedora as a production environment, it's great for those who want the greatest and latest.

    From FC3, you should be looking at having a complete reinstall, but with CentOS 4.x. if you really must run Fedora, then it'd need to be done by the datacentre.
     
  3. psychodreams

    psychodreams Well-Known Member

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    Id never run CentOS in production nenvironment I purposely switched off of it onto fedora because I always had so many pronlems with it all the time
     
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    If you had problems with centos and fedora worked then you need to re-evaluate your server hardware and configuration. RHEL/CentOS is a very stable OS for cpanel across a wide range of hardware provided you do a minimal install and then let cpanel install the additional libraries and binaries it needs. A complete or server install of RHEL/CentOS is very likely to cause problems with a cpanel install
     
  5. psychodreams

    psychodreams Well-Known Member

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    Well ive decided to have the datacenter upgrade the kernel to fedora 5 or 6 any suggestions or pros/cons on which i should have them do
    I know support for fedora 5 is ending but is anyone having any problems with fedora6 with cpanel 11

    also noone responded to my second part of the question about when i changed my main ip

    I recentlly changed my main shared ip and moved all the domain to it they work correctly
    I enable mod_userdir Protection where users could view ther domain via
    Example http://222.222.222.222/~accountname
    Well for example I changed the main shared ip to example 333.333.333.333
    The users can still only view there domain thius way by
    http://222.222.222.222/~accountname and cannot view by
    http://333.333.333.333/~accountname how would i go about fixing this?
    any suggestions???
     
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