@cPanelAnthony This article is behind a login which makes referencing it to clients whom are affected less than ideal. Could this article please be made public?
Is the cPanel login...
[23:24:21 [email protected]:~] yum list ea-apache24.\* Installed Packages ea-apache24.x86_64 2.4.52-1.1.3.cpanel @EA4 Available Packages ea-apache24.x86_64 2.4.52-2.2.1.cpanel EA4
[23:26:43 [email protected]:~] httpd -v Server version: Apache/2.4.52 (cPanel) Server built: Dec 30 2021 14:32:42
Is already in testingWhen can we expect CloudLinux to catch up?
yum update ea-apache24* --enablerepo=cl-ea4-testing
Since we're going on 18 days of this I'm starting to wonder how important they consider this. It's getting very old restarting apache all the time.It does look like we're still waiting on CloudLinux. I'm not sure on an ETA from them, but they likely understand it's important to get resolved as soon as possible.
Just update to the recent version: EasyApache 4 has been scheduled for gradual rolloutSame here :-( ,
Once i did the yum downgrade ea-apache24* , should i disable the daily cpanel automatic updates to keep the apache in the correct version ?
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