cPanel & WHM Version 78 now in RELEASE!

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UPDATE 12:17a Central US: We have released 78.0.11 to the EDGE, CURRENT, and RELEASE tiers. Updating to this version should resolve any problems you're having with licensing. If you are still seeing problems or have any other questions, don't hesitate to open a ticket: https://tickets.cpanel.net

UPDATE 7:55p Central US:
78's move to RELEASE has been paused at this time. Our development team has identified a problem that can lead to licenses on a server that is frequently restarting cPanel services that are running CentOS 6 to be disabled when updating from Version 76 to Version 78. We anticipate a solution this evening, and potentially another move to RELEASE tomorrow.
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We are happy to announce that cPanel, Inc. has released cPanel & WHM Version 78 to the RELEASE tier! This version is our 2019 LTS (Long Term Support) version and will be supported until March of 2020. Take a look at highlights on our release site, or check out the full release notes for v78. Then, join us on Slack, Discord, or Reddit to talk about all the exciting improvements.

Deliver backups to Backblaze B2
Version 78 brings the BackBlaze B2 destination to WHM's Backup Configuration Interface allowing hosting providers to save their backups to Backblaze B2 Cloud Storage.

Faster Email Scanning and Delivery
Apache SpamAssassin's performance is improving, including up to 60% faster message scanning, making email delivery even better on your cPanel & WHM system.

More Information
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 78 features can be found in the Release Notes.

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