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Questions about 11.32 and exim

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by chposter, Apr 26, 2012.

  1. chposter

    chposter Active Member

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    Hi,

    a) In the docs i find the next line:

    -- Note: Upgrading to version 11.32 will reset your Exim directives configuration.

    This means you must reconfigure exim after cpanel upgrade? I have a lot of customs configs on exim advanced editor. Are they deleted on upgrade ?

    b) Postgresql docs

    I think these docs are not updated for 11.32.

    Installing or Updating PostgreSQL on Your cPanel & WHM Server

    What version ? system packages (centos) ?

    c) I suppose 11.30 is not supported anymore, right?
     
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    Infopro cPanel Sr. Product Evangelist
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    a) You should back up any custom configurations in advance of resetting EXIM. Once that's done you can add them back in as needed.

    b) I don't understand. Top of that page states this:
    "Note: cPanel & WHM works with PostgreSQL 7.3.x or later."

    c) Correct.
     
  3. chposter

    chposter Active Member

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    Hi,

    a) Ok, i think it is the only thing which must be reconfigured after update
    b) Sorry, i thought cpanel was using system packages, but it is not.

    Tnaks for your support.
     
  4. cPanelTristan

    cPanelTristan Quality Assurance Analyst
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    We do use the system packages for the OS vendor, which is why it states "yum install postgresql" is executed. The version installed will be the latest provided by your OS provider (CentOS 5 or CentOS 6, or RHEL 5 or RHEL 6). I don't know why FreeBSD is mentioned in that document. FreeBSD systems cannot update past 11.30
     
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    #5 nospa, May 4, 2012
    Last edited: May 4, 2012
  6. chposter

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    Thats why i made the question. This is the actual thing:

    You have 11.30 . When you do upcp it is updated to 11.32. So how do you mantain 11.30? There is no way as far as i can see.


    Postgresql in centos6 is
    Version : 8.4.9

    So, does cpanel support 8.4.9 in centos6?

    Thanks.
     
  7. mtindor

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    WHM --> Update Preferences --> Select LTS (and the version, such as 11.30).

    Then when you do a upcp, it will not try and update to 11.32.

    Mike
     
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    Oh, thank you. I had ignored that option all this time .
     
  9. nospa

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    To cPanel Staff - what does this option mean? Please explain what updates we can expect if we use LTS for 11.30? What is the difference betweend this option and "no automatic cpanel updates" but "install all packages updates"?
     
  10. cPanelTristan

    cPanelTristan Quality Assurance Analyst
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    LTS for 11.30 will have security updates provided. If you toggle it to be the one you are using, then you still get to determine if you want it to automatically updates for those security patches or not.
     
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    mtindor Well-Known Member

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    Although Tristan already provided you with an answer, you might want to read about LTS in their wiki.

    About cPanel & WHM Long-Term Support

    Mike
     
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