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Propagate changes to /etc/cl.selector/defaults.cfg out to all users
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  1. 23.01.2016 12:01:03
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Scott Mutter Accepted Answer
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If you change the extensions that are loaded in /etc/cl.selector/defaults.cfg how do you propagate those changes out to all of the users on the server?

I enabled ZendGuard and Ioncube in the default PHP after I enabled php-selector globally. But none of the users are loading the ZendGuard and Ioncube extensions.

Is there something I need to do to propagate the changes in /etc/cl.selector/defaults.cfg out to all users?
  1. 25.01.2016 08:01:30
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Bogdan Accepted Answer
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This defaults.cfg file take place only for newly added users, it takes no actions for existing users.

To enable/disable extensions for users globally you have to do it via selectorctl command, e.g.:
selectorctl --enable-user-extensions=EXTNAME --version=5.4 --user=username


If we are talking about doing this for all users on a server you may use simpla hack from comment here:  http://kb.cloudlinux.com/2014/09/php-selector-useful-commands/
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