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Beta: EasyApache 4 updated

Beta: EasyApache 4 updated

New updated EasyApache packages are now available for download from our updates-testing repository.

Changelog:

ea-php51-php-5.1.6-23.cloudlinux

  • ALTPHP-543: added support for disabling KeepListener mode to Litespeed SAPI.

ea-php52-php-5.2.17-26.cloudlinux

  • ALTPHP-543: added support for disabling KeepListener mode to Litespeed SAPI.

ea-php53-php-5.3.29-28.cloudlinux

  • ALTPHP-543: added support for disabling KeepListener mode to Litespeed SAPI.

ea-php54-php-5.4.45-56.cloudlinux.1

  • ALTPHP-543: added support for disabling KeepListener mode to Litespeed SAPI;
  • EA-7526: ea-php*-php-fpm installs files it does not own.

ea-php55-php-5.5.38-39.cloudlinux.1

  • ALTPHP-543: added support for disabling KeepListener mode to Litespeed SAPI;
  • EA-7526: ea-php*-php-fpm installs files it does not own.

ea-php56-php-5.6.37-1.cloudlinux.1

  • ALTPHP-543: added support for disabling KeepListener mode to Litespeed SAPI;
  • EA-7526: ea-php*-php-fpm installs files it does not own;
  • EA-7733: updated PHP Source;
  • EA-7734: updated PHP Meta Package.

ea-php70-php-7.0.31-2.cloudlinux.1

  • ALTPHP-543: added support for disabling KeepListener mode to Litespeed SAPI;
  • EA-7526: ea-php*-php-fpm installs files it does not own;
  • EA-7712: updated PHP Source;
  • EA-7713: updated PHP Meta Package.

ea-php71-php-7.1.20-2.cloudlinux.1

  • ALTPHP-543: added support for disabling KeepListener mode to Litespeed SAPI
  • EA-7526: ea-php*-php-fpm installs files it does not own;
  • EA-7708: updated PHP Source;
  • EA-7709: updated PHP Meta Package.

ea-php72-php-7.2.8-2.cloudlinux.1

  • ALTPHP-543: added support for disabling KeepListener mode to Litespeed SAPI;
  • EA-7526: ea-php*-php-fpm installs files it does not own;
  • EA-7704: updated PHP Source;
  • EA-7705: updated PHP Meta Package.

Update command:

yum update ea-php* --enablerepo=cl-ea4-testing
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Comments 4

Guest - Scott N on Monday, 03 September 2018 14:35

What is KeepListener mode? No documentation on this from CloudLinux or Litespeed.

What is KeepListener mode? No documentation on this from CloudLinux or Litespeed.
Alexandre Parubochyi on Monday, 03 September 2018 15:12

KeepListener mode instructs lsapi child process to keep the lsapi socket opened after lsphp control backend process is terminated. This makes it possible to perform DoS attack on lsphp in case the socket does not have lsapi attached.

KeepListener mode instructs lsapi child process to keep the lsapi socket opened after lsphp control backend process is terminated. This makes it possible to perform DoS attack on lsphp in case the socket does not have lsapi attached.
Guest - Scott N on Monday, 03 September 2018 16:43

Thanks Alexandre. It appears that disabling KeepListener is a good idea. Since there is no documentation for this feature, can you let me know how I would disable KeepListener? I am not seeing any new options in lsapi.conf.

Thanks Alexandre. It appears that disabling KeepListener is a good idea. Since there is no documentation for this feature, can you let me know how I would disable KeepListener? I am not seeing any new options in lsapi.conf.
Guest - Alexandre on Tuesday, 04 September 2018 08:56

keepListener mode will always be disabled provided patched lsphp binaries with mod_lsapi 1.1-30 or newer are used

keepListener mode will always be disabled provided patched lsphp binaries with mod_lsapi 1.1-30 or newer are used
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