cPLaurenceS

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Hello, everyone!

The EasyApache team has published EasyApache 3.20.4:

---++ 3.20.4
*2013-07-22*

Implemented Case 69173 Updated ModSecurity to version 2.7.4 (and drop 2.7.3)
Implemented Case 72817 Updated XCache to version 3.0.3
Implemented Case 72985 Added support for EasyApache git-style patches
Implemented Case 73045 Removed EXPERIMENTAL tag from Apache 2.4
Implemented Case 73441 Update Apache 2.2 to 2.2.25
Implemented Case 73509 Added END OF LIFE tag to Apache 2.0

Fixed Case 72721 Removed duplicate JS/CSS references from interface
Fixed Case 73065 Fixed dual Tomcat profile enable bug

EASYAPACHE CHANGE LOG: EasyApache < AllDocumentation/ChangeLog < TWiki
EASYAPACHE RELEASE NOTES EAReleaseNotes320 < EasyApache < TWiki

NOTE: The documentation may take a few hours to sync up between the documentation servers.

Thanks,
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Laurence Simon
Technical Writer (EasyApache Team)
cPanel, Inc.
 

InterServed

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Great news to see the EXPERIMENTAL tag being removed from Apache 2.4.

Are there any plans to upgrade Apache 2.4 to latest 2.4.6 soon ?
I remember reading a topic that Apache 2.4 has some redirect issues with ruby apps. Were this sorted out ?
 
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Hi InterServed,

The EasyApache team has just started testing Apache 2.4.6 and we hope to release it very soon. Please keep an eye on the forums for our release announcement.

We also plan on looking at the redirect issues with Ruby on Rails soon. It's on our list of tasks to do in the near future.

Please let us know if you have anymore questions!
 

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Thanks for the update Scott. I asked about the redirect issue with Ruby on Rails because it's the only issue stopping us from upgrading to Apache 2.4 series. Hopefully this will be fixed soon.