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Edge, 11.54

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by sznapsj, Dec 14, 2015.

  1. sznapsj

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    Are many of you running EDGE release on your cpanel servers? How stable/how common are issues? I am very tempted to update to mess with these new features!
     
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    If you're comfortable with issues coming up from time to time, you'd be OK. IMHO. I've ran EDGE on at least one server at all times for years now. For the same reason as you. :)


    You might want to join the edge users list if you're not already:
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    By issues, would they cause downtime for sites and so on? Or just like maintenance issue or management issues (managing accounts and so on)?
     
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    Probably not downtime, but I would never suggest you run mission critical sites on EDGE. Usability issues more than anything else, those "new features" you mentioned. :)

    Don't move to EDGE if you're new to managing a server and don't have time to stay on top of changes as they roll out.
     
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    Still on the fence, there is live sites on the server but i'm the only one that actually uses cPanel/WHM, clients don't use it as I manage their sites. Been a cPanel admin for 8 years. Really want to use new features, but can't have sites go offline.
     
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    Hello :)

    You can wait for cPanel version 54 to reach the additional build tiers if you are worried about the potential bugs you may encounter. This document explains the different build tiers:

    cPanel & WHM Product Versions and the Release Process - cPanel Knowledge Base - cPanel Documentation

    Thank you.
     
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