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Rebuilding apache and a question

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by Deker, Dec 2, 2011.

  1. Deker

    Deker Well-Known Member

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    Hello,

    I need to recompile apache using easyapache. But does it make all websites down during recompilation ?
     
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    It shouldn't. Apache keeps running during the upgrade process normally as expected. At the end of the upgrade is when you apply the changes and Apache Restarts with the new setup.
     
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    What about old configurations? Does rebuiling apache, overwrite previous settings of apache and php? if yes, what settings? extensions? patches?****...
     
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    The first message/option that is checked you should see on the EA3 page is this:

    Previously Saved Config (** DEFAULT **) [Hide Info]
    ↑ This option loads the last saved configuration. If the configuration is missing, then default values will be provided.

    Below that you see a button to "Start Customizing Based on that Profile"

    More on all of this can be found in the Documentation for EasyApache here:
    EasyApache (Apache Update) - cPanel Documentation
     
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