MailScanner have release a new version which includes some major enhancements, some of which I’ve seen improve performance dramatically on servers that receive a lot of spam.Changes in this new release to the script are:
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v4.4.2 has been released for inclusion in building apache/php on cPanel servers. I’ve upgraded all of our servers with it and it appears to be working well. From the php site:
Anyone with an EV1 server running RHE will probably find that up2date isn’t working. This is as a result of upgrades that EV1 have just performed on their RHN mirrors. There is a simple fix:
More details in the EV1 Forum thread.
A new version of mod_security has been released hereChanges:
A new version of Logwatch has been released hereChanges:
When running /scripts/perlinstaller you might be seeing this error:
This is being caused by the renaming of a function call in CPAN.pm which cPanel relies upon. Although there now appears to be a fix in the EDGE tree from the report I logged in bugzilla:http://bugzilla.cpanel.net/show_bug.cgi?id=3710There is a new version of CPAN.pm release at cpan.org this morning that addresses the issue.To manually upgrade to this fixed version do the following:
That should resolve the issue.