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ConfigServer scripts on cPanel v11.56

cPanel are upgrading the embedded version of perl on cPanel v11.56 (v56) from perl v5.14 to v5.22, which is a good thing. However, any daemons running under the cPanel embedded version of perl must be restarted after cPanel upgrades otherwise they will start to fail with obscure messages.

To avoid this, you should ensure that any such daemon processes are restarted soon after the upgrade to cPanel v11.56. In the case of ConfigServer products, this means: lfd, cxs and MailScanner.

Fortunately, if you are running csf/lfd on your server then lfd automatically does this for you (for lfd, cxs and MailScanner) whenever upcp runs and upgrades the cPanel version, so you should not need to do anything.

However, if you do have problems or you do not run csf/lfd but do use MailScanner or cxs, then you will need to restart those services manually once your installation of cPanel upgrades to this new release.

New csf v8.22

Changes:

  • Fix csf –tempdeny from allowing blocking of local IPs
  • Fix problem where LF_NETBLOCK was no longer affective after blocking a its first netblock until it timed out from csf.tempip
  • Modify UI table spacing

New cxs v6.05

Changes:

  • Added version detection for Drupal v8
  • Added PureFTPd integration Enable/Disable/Restart options to cxs UI
  • Added ModSecurity integration Install/Remove options to cxs UI
  • Mute perl lc UTF-16 warnings where necessary
  • New –options [U]. This option will match PHP scripts that allow uploading files to the server via the HTTP POST method. This option requires that –options [m] is also specified
  • Added –options [U] to the Restricted Mode UI options
  • UI updates and improvements
  • Exploit fingerprint definitions database additions

New csf v8.20

Changes:

  • Modify Relay Alert email to specify “localhost” rather than “Local Account” when localhost IPv6 address detected as it currently does for IPv4 localhost
  • Improvement to lfd restart routine for MailScanner and pure-ftpd when cPanel upgrades on RHEL/CentOS/CloudLinux v7+ servers