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All posts by: Sarah K.

Git Version Control: Soon with Automatic Deployment!

This is the sixth and final blog post in a series around Git and a new feature in version 72, Git Version Control.  See the full list of entries in this series at the end of this post! This post talks about something that we’re adding in Version 74, which we expect will be entering EDGE sometime during the first week of July, and will be headed to CURRENT sometime in July!  If you have been …

Git Version Control Series: Git Problems and How to Fix Them

This is the fifth in a series of blog posts around Git and a new feature in version 72, Git Version Control.  See the full list of entries in this series at the end of this post!  If you follow our feature request site, you already know about our upcoming feature, Git Version Control. We have designed it to make hosting repositories as easy for developers as a “Hello World!” script. To …

Git Version Control Series: Setting Up Git

This is the fourth in a series of blog posts around Git and a new feature in version 72, Git Version Control.  See the full list of entries in this series at the end of this post!  If you follow our feature request site, you already know about our upcoming feature, Git™ Version Control. We’re designing it to make hosting repositories as easy for developers as a “Hello World!” script. Git’s extremely useful …

Git Version Control series: Introducing Gitweb

This is the third in a series of blog posts around Git and a new feature in version 72, Git Version Control.  See the full list of entries in this series at the end of this post!  If you follow our feature request site, you already know about our upcoming feature, Git Version Control. We’re designing it to make hosting repositories as easy for developers as a “Hello World!” script. Alongside our feature, …

Git Version Control series: What can you do with Git Version Control?

This is the second in a series of blog posts around Git and a new feature in version 72, Git Version Control.  See the full list of entries in this series at the end of this post!  If you follow our feature request site, you already know about our upcoming feature, Git Version Control. We’re designing it to make hosting repositories as easy for developers as a “Hello World!” script — and it’s almost here!

Git Version Control series: What is Git?

This is the first in a series of blog posts around Git and a new feature in version 72, Git Version Control.  See the full list of entries in this series at the end of this post!  If you follow our feature request site, you already know about our upcoming feature, Git Version Control. We’re designing it to make hosting repositories as easy for developers as a “Hello World!” script. Before we send the …

Big Changes in cPanel & WHM version 58

Several big changes are coming in cPanel & WHM version 58. As we continue to work on these changes, we want to get your feedback! Here’s a few of the big changes we’re working on. Bandmin removal We are currently working to remove bandmin from our product. We want to know… do you still use bandmin, and if so, how and why do you use it? Bandwidth information is …

Shh! This Service is Sleeping! Dormant Mode in cPanel & WHM version 56

When you’re running a cPanel & WHM server, you want to make sure that you get the most bang out of every bit of memory you can. To help you do this, cPanel & WHM version 56 will include additional settings to reduce unnecessary memory consumption. We’ve expanded and improved the dormant mode setting that’s available for cPanel & WHM services. Services enter dormant mode when they’ve been idle for a set amount of time, …

We’re Moving to Perl 5.22 in cPanel & WHM Version 56

If you use custom code on your cPanel & WHM servers, please read this message! Without further action on your part, your custom code may break in cPanel & WHM version 56. In version 56, we will compile the cPanel & WHM binaries against Perl version 5.22. Previously, we compiled binaries against Perl 5.14.4. Because of this, the upgrade to Perl 5.22 may cause problems with any custom Perl code that you execute from cPanel …