- May 29, 2004
As of today, August 26th, 2006, you can upgrade Apache to v2.0.59, or v2.2.3. This upgrade, so far, is available for Current and Edge versions of the cPanel/WHM.
It's edge only, and it's been available since the 22ndAndyReed said:As of today, August 26th, 2006, you can upgrade Apache to v2.0.59, or v2.2.3. This upgrade, so far, is available for Current and Edge versions of the cPanel/WHM.
I tried it on a newly installed VPS had everything working. I ran into some problems with trying to get both PHP4/PHP5 working...but this was my first stab at it and more than likely ignorance on my part. My first impression is new users/site are going to to be just fine running Cpanel's Apache 2, but maybe a few headaches for existing sites.donniesd said:Anyone tried apache2 with cpanel on VPS?
Yes, I made a mistake and I am sorry for not updating my earlier post in this thread. Apache 2.x comes with the Edge version only, so far. Thank you!donniesd said:Has this moved to Current yet, or is it still in edge? AndyReed was wrong when he posted.
Same here, anyone know how to fix this?I ran the install script, selecting the default 2.0.59 and option (2).
It finished with:
"Error: postcheck() returned a failed status"
and it reverted to 1.3.36.
It means something failed during your Apache 2 upgrade and it revertedSame here, anyone know how to fix this?
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