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What’s Next for cPanel & WHM?

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  1. Infopro

    Infopro cPanel Sr. Product Evangelist
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    From over on the cPanel Blog:

    What’s Next for cPanel & WHM?

    We spend a good portion of our time on the road talking to customers, like you, about what’s coming next for cPanel & WHM, but if you aren’t lucky enough to meet us at a conference, you may not get a chance to find out about what’s coming down the pipeline until these features are released. Hopefully, this post solves that problem.

    Getting one thing out of the way…well, two ones

    In 2007, we released version 11 of cPanel & WHM. Eight years later, users are still wondering, “When will 11 become 12?” — and now — we have an answer.

    Never.

    That’s right. Starting with our next release, we’re eliminating the 11 to simplify the naming convention of our software. While this change will have no effect on functionality, we hope it will cut down on some of the confusion our users have had about which version they’re currently using.

    We’ll drop 11 from the version number starting with cPanel & WHM 54, but you still may see traces of it inside the product for a little while.

    Read more: What’s Next for cPanel & WHM? | cPanel Blog
     
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    Stoked about all of the new/big upcoming changes. However, have a question regarding the nginx integration. There are numerous people currently using the 'nginxcp' plugin. I'm curious what will happen when the upgrade is installed while having that plugin.
     
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    You might want to ask the plugin author that question.
     
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    Agreed. I've already reached out, awaiting a reply.
     
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    Keep us posted. :)
     
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    Surprise surprise, still no reply.
     
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    Hello there
    The plugin nginxcp work as a front end reverse proxy of cPanel with apache.

    In featured request (Current status = Planned) relation to nginx. Our request is Stand-alone nginx or isolation nginx server but not like cache of apache.
    see:
    Stand-alone nginx supported as an alternative to Apache

    According to blog:
    What’s Next for cPanel & WHM? | cPanel Blog

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    As part of cPanel & WHM 54, we’ll introduce support for nginx as a caching server for Apache.

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    Please, could the staff of cpanel clarify this issue, is nginx like cache for apache or is nginx server (Stand-alone nginx) ?
    In cpanel whm 54

    Thanks.
     
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    Seems pretty straight forward.

    "for apache" would suggest it's not stand alone nginx.
     
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    Hi
    I'm waiting for the response from the staff of Cpanel.
    Thank you.
     
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