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How to upgrade to Apache 2 from WHM?

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by Imago, Mar 23, 2005.

  1. Imago

    Imago Active Member

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    Hello,

    I have read all instructions on how to do that, performed all actions 3 times and failed 3 times to update the Apache from 1.3 to 2. And what is more, the former PHP 4.3.10 gets reverted to 4.3.8.

    Probably the answer is in this warning:

    Is cPanel supporting Apache 2?

    Thank you
     
  2. AndyReed

    AndyReed Well-Known Member
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    Not fully supported, and you may proceed on your own with Apache2. It is self-explanatory, "Apache 2 Support (Experimental & Very Broken, Not for Production Use)."

    It also varies from one OS to another. if I were you, I'd put that on hold until Apache 2 is stable.
     
  3. Sketch

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    But what are the issues with Apache 2 that are not for production use. That is something I'm trying to nail down but having a hard time getting to the bottom of...
     
  4. mr.wonderful

    mr.wonderful BANNED

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    When do you think that will happen? Cpanel has been offering this build for over 1yr and even longer, 1.5yrs. Plesk can do it, so whats the holdup?
     
  5. Servax

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    Does anyone have an answer to this? I am very interested why Plesk can do it when CPanel (Much Greater) can't support it.
     
  6. Sketch

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    No one will answer this because cPanel forums are useless. You can't ever get answers here, plain and simple.
     
  7. chirpy

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    Erm, no. The cPanel forums are for server administrators to discuss cPanel, it's not a route for cPanel support. If you want a response from cPanel you should contact them through the correct routes (email, bugzilla, ticket) :rolleyes:
     
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    I have a couple of support tickets from which I've NEVER heard anything back.
    not even a "we're working on it" or "it's fixed in the new version--go upgrade".. NOTHING!!
     
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