SOLVED [CPANEL-30253] Version 84 update, apache global configuration settings reset

cPanelLauren

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Just upgraded to 84.0.9 - many services down:
cphulkd
exim-26
ftpd
httpd
imap
pop

What's going on?!
I"d suggest opening a ticket, the issue noted in this thread does not involve the symptoms you're reporting.
 

plague

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@cPanelLauren Where are the apache settings stored now?
Prior to the update it was stored in /var/cpanel/conf/apache/local but I can't find this file anymore.
I need to manually remove the min/max directives from that file to adjust it in an include config file.

Found it: /etc/cpanel/ea4/ea4.conf
 
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cPanelLauren

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Hello,

I am sorry for the delay on this but this issue was marked as resolved in v84.0.08 and is referenced in the changelogs here: 84 Change Log - Change Logs - cPanel Documentation

Please let us know if you continue to experience issues with this.
 

garconcn

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Upgraded two servers from 82.0 (build 19) to v84.0.19 yesterday, and all the Apache Global Configurations were reset to default. I thought you've fixed the bug!
 

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Hello @garconcn

This is reported as being resolved in 84.0.8 and as far as I am aware this shouldn't have occurred after the update from 82.0.X -> 84.0.19. I'm not seeing any other reports on this as well, can you please open a ticket using the link in my signature? Once open please reply with the Ticket ID here so that we can update this thread with the resolution once the ticket is resolved.


Thanks!
 

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That's the problem with this thread. I saw 2 things talked about.

1. Apache global configuration settings back to default
2. Php.ini memory_limit settings back to default

I only ever saw #2 in the release notes or mentioned as being addressed.

At least 2 people here have mentioned a problem with #1 since the "fix". I personally have avoided upgrading to 84 since I hadn't heard anything specific about #1 and apparently it's till affecting people. I was planning on upgrading when I had time to make a note of all my global apache settings so they can quickly be reset afterward if things go wrong.

One would think when developers are changing where and how settings or stored, they'd do their best to make sure the settings are preserved in all cases. I just don't trust things right now.
 
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