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It’s time to say goodbye EasyApache 3 and switch to EasyApache 4


We’d like to remind you that EasyApache 3 is no longer supported from December 31st, 2018. cPanel & WHM version 76 is the final version that supports EasyApache 3.

We are planning to remove EasyApache 3 support from our products on September 1st, 2019, therefore, we strongly recommend you to upgrade your cPanel & WHM to EasyApache 4.
If you're still using EasyApache 3, upgrade your servers as soon as possible. End-of-life product is an unsafe one. For example, EasyApache 3 remains vulnerable to CVE-2019-0211.

The CloudLinux team has its own migration script for clients who are using cPanel & WHM with CloudLinux. This script performs migration from EasyApache 3 to EasyApache 4, with the option to install additional Apache modules (mod_lsapi, alt-php, and alt_mod_passenger) provided only by CloudLinux.

To do the conversion on CloudLinux systems, please follow these steps.

  1. Download our migration script:
    # cd ~; wget
  2. Perform migration. Choose only one of a, b, or c.
    1. Install EasyApache 4 with mod_lsapi and alt-php:
      # sh cloudlinux_ea3_to_ea4 --convert --mod_lsapi --altphp
    2. Install EasyApache 4 with mod_lsapi, alt-php and alt_mod_passenger:
      # sh cloudlinux_ea3_to_ea4 --convert --mod_lsapi --altphp --mod_passenger
    3. Install EasyApache 4:
      # sh cloudlinux_ea3_to_ea4 --convert

For more information about the cloudlinux_ea3_to_ea4 migration script, please read here.

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