WHM/cPanel v11.36

cPanel v11.36 has now entered the CURRENT tree and you will notice that most of your addon perl scripts failing. You can resolve this easily with our addons by reinstalling them. We have provided a simple script that can do this for you that we posted previously. This has to be done regardless as to whether you are running the latest versions:
This script will update: cmm, cmc, cmq, cse, csf, cxs, msinstall, msfe
Only those scripts that are already installed will be updated. Those that are updated are done so regardless as to whether they are the same or an older version of those available.
To use this method you must be logged into root via SSH to the server and then run:

curl -s configserver.com/free/csupdate | perl

You should take care to read through the output to ensure that all the upgrades have worked as expected.

New convenient update method for ConfigServer scripts

We have released a new method to force an update of all of our main scripts (on cPanel servers only):
cmm, cmc, cmq, cse, csf, cxs, msinstall, msfe
Only those scripts that are already installed will be updated. Those that are updated are done so regardless as to whether they are the same or an older version of those available.
To use this method you must be logged into root via SSH to the server and then run:

curl -s configserver.com/free/csupdate | perl

You should take care to read through the output to ensure that all the upgrades have worked as expected.

New cmm v1.14

Changes:

  • Updated “Manage Mail Hourly Limits” for the new method in cPanel v11.28+
  • Added Note regarding the changes in v11.28+, i.e. Mail Hourly Limits apply to all domains on an account, no longer per domain
  • Include /etc/remotedomains in addition to /etc/localdomains in the list of available domains
  • Fixed issue where “[truncated to 500 lines]” link was always displayed on emails even if they were less than 500 lines long
  • Changed system calls to use open3 to trap messages
  • Added retry timeout in WHM UI for checking www.configserver.com for new version information (to avoid repeated hangs when unreachable)