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Stage 2 on build RELEASE?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by rachweb, Oct 10, 2007.

  1. rachweb

    rachweb Well-Known Member

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    Is stage 2 reached on build RELEASE?
     
  2. cPanelKenneth

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    Yes. Check the changelog (just posted).

    EA3 is now in Release.
     
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    Awesome! Anyone successfully upgrade? :)
     
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    I haven't. I'm going to wait for a a few guinea pigs to update :)

    Mike
     
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    Automatic upgrade apparently went fine here (Release 17649) although I didn't get my usual upcp email report... (I noticed the upgrade because of a FAILED md5sum comparison test for /etc/init.d/httpd)

    So stage II is finally implemented with EasyApache 3.2.0 build 2548. Is there a guide on how to use this version of EasyApache?

    It is my understanding that Stage II did not upgrade Apache automatically. When do you recommend upgrading to Apache 2?

    Any other feature we should get familiar with on Stage II?

    Cheers!

    EDIT: I looked at the cpanel update logs and everything went smoothly. This is the first time I see postinstall logs though... (Would that have prevented the upcp email report?)
     
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    I run 30 linux servers FC5 but I saw some are in RELEASE_17649 and others are in : RELEASE_16983

    any ideas about this?
     
  7. cPanelNick

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    Are they all on auto update? It can take up to 24 hours for all of them to update if the update was released after the scheduled update time.
     
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    No problems here - running CentOS on OpenVZ the test went fine, it's just on my little Friend server for myself and close buddies, but the update went fine, and recompiled to PHP5 + Apache2 with suPHP, no issues as of yet, if we see apps with problems, we'll probably recompile with both PHP4 & 5, but for now, 5 seems to be doing the trick on things like Blogs, and forums.
     
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    Are there any issues running php4 and php5 on apache 2.0? Seeing the warning there -php4 not recommended for apache 2.0.
     
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    Well most folks are trying to slowly phase out PHP4 in general as it reaches end of life at the end of this calendar year, with PHP offering that they will:

    But as it stands it'll work, but I know many discussions out there with PHP/Apache2 note a matter of performance, so really at some level its YMMV - give it a whirl, and see for yourself, but honestly, I am finding most applications thus far (trying all in Fanstico & Installatron) work without a hitch, not entirely finished with all tests, but so far nothing has jumped out in the most commonly installed apps.
     
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    Thanks for the info mrcbrown. I've been trying a bit myself this morning, recompiling apache a couple of times on the latest release on a non-production server. I installed 2 seperate sites, one running joomla on php/mysql and one running a bugtracker on php/postgresql.

    Had a few hitches while compiling, removed a couple of php extensions that I wasn't 100% sure about and it went through fine on both php5 & php4 with apache 1.3 and also did the same on apache 2.2 :) Both running suPHP of course.

    Both of the sites were working in apache 2.2 and apache 1.3 :)

    I have to give cPanel credit, they have really made the process simple with easyapache3. Now we just need a few more things like a custom line for php compiling, so you're able to enable extensions that aren't listed.
     
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    I have upgrade to latest release. Webmail and fantastico didn't worked unutil I upraded to Apache2 (Apache 2.2)

    Also, you need new rules for mod_securty2 :)

    Beside that, everything works fine.
     
  13. cPanelKenneth

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    This document explains how to enable custom extensions:

    http://www.cpanel.net/support/docs/easyapache.htm
     
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