Version 66 released, version 64 starts EOL

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On the off chance that you aren't part of the Product Releases mailing list, I wanted to make sure to post here: we just pushed version 66 to CURRENT. This version still has some known defects, but none of them are service impacting. You can take a look at all our new and updated features on the Release Notes or just skim through the overview on the Release Site.

Also: Just a reminder that v64 will reach End of Life as v66 hits the STABLE tier. See the blog post from last year about the LTS changes if you have questions.

If you have questions or ideas, benny will be manning a (temporarily) public HipChat room on our server. Feel free to join the HipChat Room - ended -.
 
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Any projections on when this will be in RELEASE? Thanks as always Benny, you do a wonderful job keeping everyone in the loop about things like this, features, requests, and so on!
 
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Any projections on when this will be in RELEASE? Thanks as always Benny, you do a wonderful job keeping everyone in the loop about things like this, features, requests, and so on!
We don't have a date defined yet, but I can tell you pretty confidently that it won't be before Aug 7th! And thanks! ❤❤
 

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When is cPanel 60 (LTS) expected to go end of life?

There's conflicting information - cPanel Long-Term Support - Documentation - cPanel Documentation - seems to want to say that cPanel 60 will reach end of life in October 2017 (first of October? end of October?)

However the graphic at - cPanel's tiered update system; New plans for the LTS tier | cPanel Blog - seems to show cPanel 60 ending around January 2018 (with apparently a brief void where there are no LTS versions).

Granted, I understand that neither of these links are de-facto truths and are just anticipations. Still would be nice to know when cPanel 60 LTS support will be ending and what the next LTS version will be.
 
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When is cPanel 60 (LTS) expected to go end of life?

There's conflicting information - cPanel Long-Term Support - Documentation - cPanel Documentation - seems to want to say that cPanel 60 will reach end of life in October 2017 (first of October? end of October?)

However the graphic at - cPanel's tiered update system; New plans for the LTS tier | cPanel Blog - seems to show cPanel 60 ending around January 2018 (with apparently a brief void where there are no LTS versions).

Granted, I understand that neither of these links are de-facto truths and are just anticipations. Still would be nice to know when cPanel 60 LTS support will be ending and what the next LTS version will be.
The cPanel Long Term Support is the official documentation. The infographic definitely isn't a good indicator. :)

62 is the only version that entered LTS this year, and will be supported until March 31st 2018.

If you aren't already, I recommend signing up for the Product and Security updates mailing list. We give lots of warning for EOLs.
 

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So, cPanel 60 is going end-of-life next month, sometime?

At that point cPanel 62 will be the only LTS version available, correct?

And then cPanel 62 will go end of life on March 31, 2018. At which point another version will enter LTS presumably through March 31, 2019.
 
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So, cPanel 60 is going end-of-life next month, sometime?

At that point cPanel 62 will be the only LTS version available, correct?

And then cPanel 62 will go end of life on March 31, 2018. At which point another version will enter LTS presumably through March 31, 2019.
Yup! The end of October, and then 62 will be the only LTS version. The first version to hit STABLE in 2018 will be the LTS version for 2018.