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cPanel & WHM Version 74 now in CURRENT!

Discussion in 'cPanel Announcements' started by cPanelBenny, Jul 23, 2018.

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  1. cPanelBenny

    cPanelBenny Community Manager, Development, dog scratcher
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    We are happy to announce that cPanel, Inc. has released cPanel & WHM Version 74 to the CURRENT tier! Version 74 includes updates for some of our biggest features. Take a look at the full release notes, then join us on Slack, Discord, or Reddit to talk about all the exciting improvements! :thumbsup:

    Git Automatic Deployment

    Improving on the new Git Version Control feature, we now include the ability to automatically deploy changes merged into any branch of your cPanel-hosted git repositories.

    Stop Spammers Instantly

    The combination of the Monitor Recipients for Potential Spammers, and the Action Taken when Spammers Found additions to Tweak Settings will monitor outbound mail on a per-account basis, and allow webhosts to prevent negative impact from a compromised account.

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    Check out the cPanel Release site to see an overview of the latest features and updates cPanel & WHM has to offer! All of the details about all cPanel & WHM Version 74 features can be found in the Release Notes.

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    Hi Benny. Looks good. When I first logged in, I was presented with a list of new features. One was:

    Configure Apache to use a single log target for all virtual host access and bandwidth logs. The combined logs will be piped to a helper application where they can be split based upon domain. This option will reduce the number of log files Apache manages, which will free system resources. Piped logging is recommended for systems with a large number of domains. By default this feature is disabled, and Apache will create distinct log files for each virtual host entry.

    I don't see any info about this in the release notes, and was wondering how to access the helper application, and what is the new log file that is being created.

    Thanks.
     
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    It looks like that's related to a change in Version 70, where we began enabling piped logging by default on new installs and wanted to encourage existing users to enable piped logging. It looks like that was not at all documented publicly, though. I've got a request in to get that added. Sorry for the confusion!
     
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