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  • How to update Apache cPanel VPS

    How to update Apache cPanel VPS


  • #2
    Hello Nikhil,

    It is in-built script from cPanel. You can also do the same by login to WHM account. Just follow the below steps:

    1. Click on "EasyApache (Apache Update) from "Software" menu.
    2. Select profile to load or Start customized one.
    3. Check the options that you want to include.
    4. Click Build.

    Thanks!
    David

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    • #3
      Hello Nikhil

      To perform these steps you would require root access on your VPS or dedicated server.

      To update cPanel & WHM via the interface, use WHM's Upgrade to Latest Version interface (WHM >> Home >> cPanel >> Upgrade to Latest Version). Note: You can use WHM's Update Preferences interface (WHM >> Home >> Server Configuration >> Update Preferences) to update your server's release tier


      Regards,
      Nora.Kirk

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      • #4
        Hello Nikhil_1996,

        1.Log into WHM.

        2. In the Find box at the top-left, type in Easy, then 3. click on EasyApache

        3. Leave the Previously Saved Config (** DEFAULT **) option selected, and click on Start customizing based on profile
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        4. Select the Apache 2.2.23 option, then click Next Step.

        5. Keep the same PHP version since we’re just updating Apache, so on the PHP Version page simply click on Next Step again.

        6. Again we aren’t making any custom changes at this point, so on the Short Options List page, simply scroll to the bottom of the page and click on Save and Build.

        7. A Confirm Action window will pop-up asking if you’d like to Recompile Apache and PHP now? go ahead and click Yes.

        8. Next a Please acknowledge window will pop up letting you know if the Apache build process is interrupted (you close your web browser for instance), this could result in data loss. An Apache rebuild in some
        cases can take upwards of 45 minutes, so it’s important to make sure that you’ll have access to WHM for the entire duration. Once you understand these implications then click on I Understand.

        9. You should briefly see a build page that lists any errors if they were encountered, then after about 5 seconds it should automatically start the rebuild process and show you the status screen of this happening. The Apache rebuild can take upwards of 45 minutes so please be patient and be sure not to close your web-browser during the process.

        10. After the Apache rebuild is fully complete a Configure Suexec and PHP pop-up will display, since we’re just upgrading Apache in this article you can just click on Close.


        Regards,
        Vineeta

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