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Propagate new default PHP extensions
Saturday, 23 January 2016
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Propagate changes to /etc/cl.selector/defaults.cfg out to all users
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If you change the extensions that are loaded in
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
out to all users?
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 --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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