Disable EA3 deprecated message from resellers?

MarceloKonrath

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Hello

I wish to disable this warning message for my reseller side.

How do I do ?

I am already receiving tickets with doubts about this message and I do not think the reseller needs to see this. It generates confusion and unnecessary doubts.

Thank you
Marcelo

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"We will deprecate EasyApache 3 on December 31, 2018. After that date, we will no longer update EasyApache 3. In cPanel & WHM version 78, we will remove support for EasyApache 3.

If you do not upgrade to EasyApache 4, you cannot upgrade to cPanel and WHM version 78. For more information, read our EasyApache 4 documentation."

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cPanelLauren

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Hello @MarceloKonrath


The EA3 deprecation notice in WHM is not removable unless the server is upgraded to EA4. The message is extremely important since you will no longer be able to update your software past v76. Is there something specific holding you back from migrating to EA4?


Thanks!
 

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I see a notice in WHM
We will deprecate EasyApache 3 on December 31, 2018. After that date, we will no longer update EasyApache 3. In cPanel & WHM version 78, we will remove support for EasyApache 3.

If you do not upgrade to EasyApache 4, you cannot upgrade to cPanel and WHM version 78. For more information

Question: I want use EA 3 for my WHM, because my VPS is small, i don't want to update. My - Removed -
 

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ES - George

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Question: I want use EA 3 for my WHM, because my VPS is small, i don't want to update.
cPanel do not force their customers to update.

You could stay with EasyApache 3, but that means you'll never be able to update to a major cPanel release (i.e. version 78 or above).

I really do not suggest staying in such a position, since eventually, you won't get cPanel product updates at all (even those which are minor), leaving your server more vulnerable to security issues.

Could you clarify what you mean by your VPS is small? I assume you mean it has limited resources available - if so, what kind of resources does it have available? Are you able to contact your provider for an upgrade?
 
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