Category: NewsInterWorx Hosting Control Panel 4.8.0 Release Candidate Available

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The latest version is available for testing and feedback.

We’re happy to announce that InterWorx-CP 4.8.0 RC1 is now available for download and testing.

This is a BIG UPDATE, which is why we’re including an RC phase for this release.

For those of you who would like to help out by testing and reporting any problems you discover, the RC1 RPMS can be installed by following these instructions:

rhel4 / centos4 users
cd /etc/yum.repos.d wget

rhel5 / centos5 users
cd /etc/yum.repos.d wget

rhel6 / centos6 users
cd /etc/yum.repos.d wget

Once the .repo file is in place, run yum update

Feel free to discuss any problems, questions, or comments here in this thread, or by If you need to get our attention as quickly as possible, opening a support ticket is the best method.

If you are installing this release on an InterWorx-CP cluster, the RPMS must be updated on all servers in the cluster.

Note 1: This release (RC1) will NOT automatically update to your server. If you want to install and test it, manual intervention is required (see above).

Note 2: Upgrading to this release is not something you will be able to quickly or easily back out of. One of the worst things you could do if you run into a problem would be to panic and uninstall any or all of the InterWorx RPMS. Do not do this. If you have a critical problem, open a support ticket with us first.

Note 3: While we do feel this is a fairly stable release candidate, don’t forget it is a release candidate release. It’s possible you’ll run into a problem here and there. However, we do not expect there to be any MAJOR issues that will affect the critical operations of your server. This release has undergone vigorous internal testing to squash virtually all medium- and large-sized bugs.

Thanks in advance to any and all testers!

The changelog can be seen in our forums.

Jun 21, 2011, 7:09 pmBy: InterWorx (0) Comments

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