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WHM Theme issues on cPanel 64

Discussion in 'User Experience' started by tejli, Apr 24, 2017.

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  1. tejli

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    Those 3-4 updates those last days was the worst updates I have seen on cPanel since 2005.

    Server load disappears on some menus when I click.
    Apps opens in new window.
     
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    Hello @tejli,

    I'm sorry to see you encountered some issues upon updating to cPanel 64.

    This behavior is explained on the following post:

    SOLVED - Configure ClamAV Scanner

    Is this regarding the "Load Average" display in the upper-right portion of the page in Web Host Manager? Could you give us an example of how you are reproducing the issue? Please attach a screenshot if possible.

    Thank you.
     
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    Hello @tejli,

    I have some more information to share regarding the Load Averages in Web Host Manager.

    In cPanel 64, the load averages may take a little longer to appear due to a change in how WHM retrieves the data. If you are browsing from option to option fast enough, then it may seem like the numbers never show up. Try waiting a couple of seconds after a page loads to see if they appear.

    There's some internal discussion on improving the method WHM uses to display the load averages, but no final decisions have been made at this time.

    Thank you.
     
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