cPanel with MariaDB

Matt

Owner
Just had the following e-mail from cPanel

Introducing cPanel & WHM 11.48

cPanel, Inc. has released cPanel & WHM software version 11.48, which is now available in the CURRENT tier.

You’re In Control

The newest version of cPanel & WHM has arrived and it's filled with exciting new updates for both hosting providers and website owners. With advances in both mail and security, along with bolder branding opportunities, users will gain even more control of their cPanel experience in this latest version.

Reinforced Security
cPanel & WHM 11.48 includes a stronger, more comprehensive security package that incorporates the latest in OWASP ModSecurity rules. With the addition of updates to our brute force protection system, cPHulk, this version promises to be our safest, most secure release to date.

Bolder Branding

Hosting providers have increased brand visibility now that Paper Lantern has been extended intocPanel Webmail. In addition, the classic X3 layout is available as a Paper Lantern style for users who miss the classic feel of cPanel.

More From Mail

Along with increasing the mailbox quota from 2GB to 4TB on 64-bit systems, cPanel & WHM users can offer their customers the freedom to use unique SSL certifications on their domain and mail servers.

MariaDB 10.0
MariaDB, an enhanced drop-in extension to MySQL, has been included in cPanel & WHM 11.48, thanks to our friendly cPanel Feature Requests constituents.


Detailed information on all cPanel & WHM 11.48 features can be found at cPanel Documentation. An overview of the latest features and benefits is also available at cPanel Releases.

MariaDB 10 is being made available and officially supported by cPanel!
 

AdamD

Hosting Customer
I must admit to being impressed, cPanel always lagged behind, majorly, when it came to recent versions of software
I noticed in the last year or so, they've been adding more recent versions of php, mysql and apache.
 

Matt

Owner
I must admit to being impressed, cPanel always lagged behind, majorly, when it came to recent versions of software
I noticed in the last year or so, they've been adding more recent versions of php, mysql and apache.
Yep, just need PHP5.6 and with MariaDB + Litespeed, it's onto a real winner.
 

AdamD

Hosting Customer
Litespeed would be nice, but...it's not free
I mean there is a free version of it, but I wonder how good it is? given the limits imposed on it.
I suppose there's always the open source version, but I'm not sure how good or popular that is either heh
 

Matt

Owner
Litespeed would be nice, but...it's not free
I mean there is a free version of it, but I wonder how good it is? given the limits imposed on it.
I suppose there's always the open source version, but I'm not sure how good or popular that is either heh
Very true. Anyone who is aiming to get the most out of their hardware should look to Litespeed though. I'm getting very good results on my own server, and I'm actively pushing it to all my managed customers who use cPanel.
 

AdamD

Hosting Customer
I don't want it! *resists* :p
Yea I hear you, I suppose it's worth the cost if you're running a hosting business.
 
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