ClusterCS 2.2.5 Update

ClusterCS has reached its 2.2.5 update and we are happy to tell you what’s new.

In this update we are focusing on brining updates with customer requested features, bugfixes and UX Improvements.

We would like to announce you that support for CentOS 6 and Amazon AMI will be discontinued as they approach their End of Life cycle.
Customers that are currently using CentOS 6 will be assisted with a free migration to CentOS 7, please contact our Technical Support for more details.

Updates:

  • PHP 7.4 is now available to be used for your domains in Servers -> Manage -> PHP cogwheel -> PHP 7.4.3
    Currently, the unzip module is not available for CentOS but we will update the package as soon as it becomes available.
  • Support for mod_security rules has been implemented in Servers -> Manage -> Apache cogwheel -> Custom mod_security.conf
    the mod_security apache option should also be enabled for the rules to be applied.
    If you plan on using mod_security rules, you can use this functionality to paste the templates that you would like to use.
  • Parse CloudFlare Remote IP is now available for Apache and HAProxy under the Servers Tab > Manage > Apache cogwheel / HAProxy
    This will populate the CloudFlare IP list directly into httpd.conf so you can remove the extra conf.d file. HAProxy will also correctly match the IP rules in SPEED if CloudFlare is involved in your setup.
  • We have changed defaults in the Smart LAMP recipe to MySQL 8.0 and PHP 7.4
  • We have added MooseFS cache parameters in setup

Bugfixes:

  • Fixed an error from Activating the Dev Env trial that would randomly occur
  • A fix for syslog forwarding has been implemented
  • Fixed issues related to cpanel backup import procedure
  • The table prefix lenght for the Magento installer can’t be more than 5 characters and it needs to contain “_” at the end, also the repo user/password has been removed from the interface
  • Fixed change password bug for MySQL 8.0
  • Fixed MySQL setups removing php pdo_mysql

UX Improvements:

  • The delete buttons for databases and users will now look as a descriptive text instead of just a red X.
    Additional flags for (Creating) and (Deleting) a database have been added as well. At this moment this flags would go away after a refresh. It will be automated in a future update of the Databases interface.

    Let us know what you think of this update and if you don’t have an account, give it a try!