Category: ChangelogRelease Candidate–Version 6.0.5 build 1335 (2017-07-18)

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Released as Beta on 2017-07-12
Released as Release Candidate on 2017-07-18

InterWorx 6.0.5 is a bug fix release focused on many small fixes to improve user experience with Multiple PHP, including significant improvements when the “system” PHP has been upgraded to a 3rd-party package. Additional improvements were made to scheduled backups, phpMyAdmin, and more.

Both php-iworx and httpd-iworx have been updated to their latest upstream versions.

NOTE: InterWorx 6.0.5 removes support for Multiple PHP on CloudLinux. The PHP packages provided by CloudLinux conflict with those provided via InterWorx. Please continue to use CloudLinux’s PHP Selector on CloudLinux.

Enhancements:

    • Updated httpd-iworx to 2.2.34
    • MySQL database users are now alphabetized, rather than sorted by add date
    • Shortened the wait period for delayed upgrade steps
    • Added —reinstall function to hotfix.pex

Bug Fixes:

    • Fixed phpMyAdmin login issues
    • Fixed a problem with Apache failing to start on El7 when accounts are over quota
    • Fixed scheduled-backup creation when “local file” option is used
    • Cleaned up extraneous whitespace from apf config files upon write
    • Cleaned up extraneous “Unknown ini” logging
    • Cleaned up extra output of cvspermsfix.pex
    • Improved identification of installed PHP modules when using a replacement PHP, and also automatically installs the mysqlnd driver for multiple PHP if php-mysql or php-mysqli were installed
    • Disabled multiple PHP on CloudLinux due to compatibility issues
    • Cleaned up leftover backup files for php-fpm pools
    • Cleaned up php-fpm pool files when changing PHP Integration Mode
    • Added new problem detector to find and fix mod_php and suphp being enabled simultaneously
    • Fixed captcha processing on NodeWorx and SiteWorx login pages
    • Hotfixes now explicitly install at installation time, rather than waiting for cron to do it
    • Changed php-fpm to be default for new installs
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