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I just now noticed from my own phpinfo that "imagick" is not installed either and it is surely selected in the settings. Come on guys and gals...

I'm sorry I am just frustrated that the developers don't double-check their work is all. And this isn't the first time for ioncube loader not to be installed with a PHP recompile. I had it hose a CWP server because it didn't install ioncube for CWP.

And we aren't even talking about the missing uploadprogresss installation either.

Webserver Settings-> Webservers Domain Config

Is set to apache>php-fpm

PHP-FPM version: 8.0

This setting overrides the other setting you asked for...

rcschaff IT'S NOT THERE. Just like the original post says. It ( is not in the /usr/local/ioncube folder - older versions are but 8.0 is not. Posting a phpinfo.php is only going to show you that in that section of the page Ioncube is not loaded. 
 ...and the forums won't let me insert an image here, go look at:

See it is NOT THERE. It is installing the .ini but not the module - that's why the error came up it is trying to load a module that is not there...

PHP-FPM Selector (NEW)

Yes I did and it didn't install it. - That's the problem...

Failed loading /usr/local/ioncube/  /usr/local/ioncube/ cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
PHP Warning:  Missing arginfo for uploadprogress_get_info() in Unknown on line 0
PHP Warning:  Missing arginfo for uploadprogress_get_contents() in Unknown on line 0

The ioncube loader is not even getting written to usr/local/ioncube/ --> it is missing

I am not sure why uploadprogress is not being compiled but it's not.

Can the developers please look into this, ioncube is a necessity for certain web applications like WHMCS and so on. (Oh and CWP 7!)

Oh a whim knowing it was not loading out of that directory for some reason, I went to Select WebServers> Save & Rebuild Configuration. I Left it set on Apache and hit rebuild. Problem solved. That is odd as I had rebuilt the WebServers earlier when I selected NAT'ed configuration...

As noted in my first remark, that is the location I changed the index.html in. I am not running Nginx or varnish and I restarted php-fpm and the page still won't change from the test page. What could I be doing wrong? This has never happened before.

I have in past just gone to, /usr/local/apache/htdocs and changed the index.html file there to something else, but now if you access the server's IP, you get a CWP test page regardless of what you put in there. So has the default location for the folder that is attached to the server IP been moved?

CentOS 7 Problems / Re: down breaking php compile
« on: January 31, 2021, 12:46:58 AM »
It's back online. They must have been having problems...

CentOS 7 Problems / Re: down breaking php compile
« on: January 30, 2021, 07:05:31 PM »
I don't want to start another compile to have to cancel it again partway through; can you give me the path to the logfile? I rebooted the machine to keep it from completing and wrecking everything. You could just click the link I provided you, I copied that right out of the log while tailing it.

Installation / Monit sending alerts to
« on: January 30, 2021, 06:05:51 PM »
I just made a new install of CWP 7 and turned on Monit. For some reason even though I have changed the alert address it insists on sending the alerts to: "" where it gets stuck in the postfix mail queue. - I never have had this problem before.

Where do I go to change this address? Thanks in advance.

CentOS 7 Problems / down breaking php compile
« on: January 30, 2021, 04:34:16 PM »

is down and it is breaking php compiling. Is this something the developers are aware of? Will it be temporary or permanent? I have PHP compiling and it is unable to install a lot of the packages. SO currently now I have just broken PHP.

CentOS-WebPanel Bugs / Re: SSL certificate mismatches
« on: January 10, 2021, 03:46:00 AM »
This is at least a two-year-old problem and I had just forgotten about working around it since it has never gotten fixed. My DNS is in order and I am not using cloudflare.

As the situation stands, making a new user account for a domain if you check the box for "AutoSSL domain must be pointed to the server." You will end up with a useless SSL certificate that instead of having the domain you are creating as the root domain, it uses the panel's hostname instead. This creates an SSL cert mismatch and renders the certificate useless - actually more than useless as most browsers won't even let you connect anymore. This also uses up one of your Let's Encrypt allotments and before long you are going to get blocked by them. You can *ONLY** successfully install an SSL cert AFTER you create the user account/domain (or subdomain) you cannot check that box when you are creating the account. After over two years I cannot believe nothing has been done about this.

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