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Easy Apache 4 with CL

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by Cloud9, Sep 28, 2015.

  1. Cloud9

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    Does easy apache 4 support cloud linux lve/Cage Fs yet ?
     
  2. cPJacob

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    Hi,

    No, not yet. We are still working with CloudLinux on getting compatibility working properly.
     
  3. dalem

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    is it just Cage Fs or the whole thing
     
  4. cPJacob

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    Currently, there are packages that CloudLinux is still getting ready for addition to our EasyApache 4 systems, and we still need to work a little on the implementation of it as well. We'll release more information once this incompatibility is fixed up.
     
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    Any idea of a timeframe ?
     
  6. cPJacob

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    There is no time frame yet. We're still working on it :)
     
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    Hi There,
    It's been a while now. Any news on when EA4 will be compatible with CL6?
    I just upgraded to WHM 11.52.0 (build 14) and it's still not compatible...

    Many Thanks
     
  8. k0nsl

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    Hi,

    Any update on compatibility with CL (6.7 in my case)?

    Best wishes,
    -k0nsl
     
  9. cPJacob

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    There are no new updates. We will advise publicly when EA4 supports CloudLinux.
    Thanks!
     
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  10. Tom Risager

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    cPanel will eventually support EA4 on CloudLinux 6, right?

    Currently, if you click on EA4 in WHM you get a message that ends with " ... You must upgrade your system to a compatible operating system before you can migrate to EasyApache 4." But presumably CL6 users won't be forced into an OS upgrade in the near future to be able to continue using cPanel?
     
  11. cPJacob

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    Hi,

    Yep, we'll eventually support CloudLinux. We're focusing on stabilizing the platform and getting the rest of cPanel & WHM working with it. cP had a *very* tight integration directly with Apache. We're trying to remove this, make it more abstract so we can expand the stack very easily in the future.

    Thanks for your patience!
     
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