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EasyApache 4 Update - October 31, 2018

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  1. cPStacy

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    Hello everyone!

    The EasyApache team published updates to the EasyApache 4 repository. EasyApache 4 does not use versioning and organizes changes by date only.

    2018-10-31
    • ea-apache2
      • EA-7941 - Update ea-apache24 to 2.4.37
    • ea-apache2-config
      • EA-7903 - ErrorDocument directive not being honored when using PHP-FPM and the filename provided has a .php extension
    • ea-php56
      • EA-7957 - EasyApache 4 allows the installation of PHP-FPM packages without requiring ea-apache24-mod_proxy_fcgi
    • ea-php70
      • EA-7957 - EasyApache 4 allows the installation of PHP-FPM packages without requiring ea-apache24-mod_proxy_fcgi
    • ea-php71
      • EA-7957 - EasyApache 4 allows the installation of PHP-FPM packages without requiring ea-apache24-mod_proxy_fcgi
    • ea-php72
      • EA-7957 - EasyApache 4 allows the installation of PHP-FPM packages without requiring ea-apache24-mod_proxy_fcgi


    EASYAPACHE 4 CHANGE LOG: EasyApache 4 Change Log 2018 - EasyApache 4 - cPanel Documentation
    EASYAPACHE 4 RELEASE NOTES: EasyApache 4 Release Notes - EasyApache 4 - cPanel Documentation
     
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    Dear Cpanel!

    Regardig EA-7903 I had issues with my sites.
    I am using a custom router.php, all requests rewritten to this router.php which decides what to show.

    Problem:
    Previously pseudo urls with php filenames were just right. Like "mysite.com/en/message.php" (note /en/ folder doesnt exist)
    Right now this url doesnt even hit router.php it goes direct to the 404.php

    What I attempted to do:
    I uncommented ErrorDocument line in my website .htaccess file
    Restarted PHP FPM (didnt solve my issue) (I didnt restarted apache, just PHP FPM)
    In this case it gave me the same 404, which is by the way my custom 404 page so its still getting that setting from somewhere

    Temp solution
    I switched of PHP FPM and all works fine

    Can you please advice what config shall I change?!
     
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  4. cPStacy

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    @Zoltan Szabo This fix was pushed out around 11 pm last night.
     
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