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EasyApache 4 Updates

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by likudio, May 3, 2016.

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  1. likudio

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    Hi,
    1. is there a way that we can be announced when a new build of EasyApache comes on?

    I ask because I was surprised to see that the PHP versions I had on the server have been replaced (as it writes here as well), and rewrote the .ini files I had deleted before in php.d directories, throwing errors b/c some conflicts I had with my current .ini files (where I already had the contents of all those .ini files).

    2. Or, is there a way to disable automatic updating and only update on request?
    Thanks,

    Regards,
    A.
     
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    Hello,

    Updates with EasyApache 4 are handled by your system package manager (YUM). You can disable automatic updates for system packages per the instructions in the following document:

    Update Preferences - Documentation - cPanel Documentation

    Could you elaborate on how you modified the PHP configuration, and which version of PHP was automatically updated?

    Thank you.
     
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    Morning A!

    1. Sure, there's mailing lists you can sign up for to watch for new package updates, but the easiest way is to monitor the changelog: EasyApache 4 Change Log - EasyApache 4 - cPanel Documentation

    2. You can disable Yum from updating, but I would not recommend it. What .ini files specifically did it overwrite? RPMs don't currently own php.ini's, but they *do* own .ini files in php.d directories.
     
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