Long story short... EasyApache2 wasn't as good as it could have been so it was trashed and the lessons learned from that are being used to create a new EasyApache: EasyApache3you're kidding me right? easyapache 3 ???? easyapache2 isn't even ready fully how come you're releasing easyapache 3?
There was an easyapache 2, but it was crap so they decided to move to easyapache3 however I think they should just call it EasyApache and lose the number.
That's pretty much what we plan to do. The numbers are just really there to differentiate among the versions of EasyApache, but the command will still be /scripts/easyapacheThere was an easyapache 2, but it was crap so they decided to move to easyapache3 however I think they should just call it EasyApache and lose the number.
There are minor differences and tweaks but overall, I really don't see much major differenceDo we have some sort of list somewhere of the major changes in 11? I know Apache 2 is probably the biggest, but what else should we be looking for?
Just for clarification, you don't have to use Apache 2 under Cpanel 11!I am curious if this will be a forced update? Yes, I am too lazy to look it up. I would just assume leave my well enough systems and clients alone and have a choice between 10 and 11.. sigh, the headaches and " I did , I did " from clients to come.
No formal release notes or anything right now, but that may be in the planning.
If you have automatic updates enabled (default) then cPanel will automatically update.will we have to update cPanel manually, or will it update automatically?
They can`t do everything for you.I take it there's no way to stop your servers from updating to cPanel 11 other than to disable automatic updates?
It'd be nice if you could slip some message into root WHM a day or so before cP 11 comes out just to make sure we all have time to prepare for stopping the upgrade if we decide we want to stay on v10.