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Lunar Chit Chat / Re: I'm worried about Pete!
« Last post by Pete on Today at 06:11:14 AM »
I still worry about myself sometimes Garvey (Did you know we even have a 'Ginger' server at Lunarpages now ? )
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Dear Customer,

The GINGER server will begin a planned move to new hardware on December 26th, 2018. This move is required to upgrade the server's operating system from Centos 6.x i686, which has been phased out for support, to CentOS 7.x on a x64 architecture. It is important that we discuss any questions you have on the matter with you or your technical team as soon as possible.

The switch is set to take place around 1AM on the mentioned day and will be announced through the 'Network Status' section of https://account.lunarpages.com. We suggest that no significant changes are made to your website after you receive the second notification.


EMAIL
Please understand that this upgrade will increase security levels on your server, including the way your email functions. If you are using software such as Outlook 2013 or earlier, or MacMail while on versions earlier than High Sierra, you will have the following options for your email:

1. Upgrade your version of Outlook to 2016 or macOS to High Sierra 10.13
2. Download and use the free mail software from Mozilla called Thunderbird
3. Use the free webmail option that comes with your account


WEB APPLICATIONS
If your web applications and/or content were developed or formatted explicitly for the CentOS6.x i686 operating system, there may be compatibility issues that you or your development team will need to bring up to date with the new CentOS 7.x operating system. Any PHP scripts that were installed using Softaculous, such as WordPress, Drupal, Joomla!, etc. will be auto updated. Any scripts that were installed manually will be imported into Softaculous and managed through that interface. If for any reason the script that you are running cannot be updated, it will need to be replaced with a script that is. If it is determined that the outdated script poses a security risk to the server, it will be disabled.

We will be updating MySQL 5.6, Apache 2.4 and PHP to the latest stable releases from their respective release trees. In addition to PHP 5.6, we will also provide PHP 7.x using the latest EasyApache installation from cPanel. The move will result in completely giving up on FrontPage extensions, which are now deprecated and have been replaced with WebDAV.

Our design team is available for customers that need assistance with making their website compatible with the new versions of PHP or MySQL. Contact us for a quote at support@lunarpages.com.



BACKUPS
You will want to make sure you have backups of your siteís files, content, database, and custom themes/plugins/modules. These backups should be downloaded and stored locally. Please do not store them on the server. Due to the nature of the updates that are needed, there will be no extensions granted. If you are unable to, or forget to create your own backups, our system does keep backups for 3-5 calendar days. Any accessible backups will be zipped up and made available to you to download locally through our Managed Shared Hosting program. For all scripts that are auto updated, we will not allow any rollbacks or restores to previous versions of the scripts you are using.


IP ADDRESS CHANGE
The final step of the upgrade will require that we change the serverís primary IP to 74.50.7.92. Customers that have a dedicated IP will be notified of
their new IP through the helpdesk. In some situations, it will be necessary to clear the DNS cache on your local PC or Mac. It is common for ISPs to cache
websites you frequently visit. For help clearing your cache, please visit https://support.opendns.com/hc/en-us/articles/227988627-How-to-clear-the-DNS-Cache-


SSL SECURITY
Following the upgrade to your server, AutoSSL will be automatically enabled for your account. If your site is not already configured with the https:// prefix, our technicians will be happy to assist you with this.


STATUS/CONTACT
Please note that you may check the current status for this server at any time in CAP via through the 'Network Status' section of https://account.lunarpages.com


Thank you for your patience and we apologize for any inconvenience in the interim. If you have any issues with your site, or need assistance, please contact support@lunarpages.com.
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Dear Customer,

The COOPER server will begin a planned move to new hardware on December 26th, 2018. This move is required to upgrade the server's operating system from Centos 6.x i686, which has been phased out for support, to CentOS 7.x on a x64 architecture. It is important that we discuss any questions you have on the matter with you or your technical team as soon as possible.

The switch is set to take place around 1AM on the mentioned day and will be announced through the 'Network Status' section of https://account.lunarpages.com. We suggest that no significant changes are made to your website after you receive the second notification.


EMAIL
Please understand that this upgrade will increase security levels on your server, including the way your email functions. If you are using software such as Outlook 2013 or earlier, or MacMail while on versions earlier than High Sierra, you will have the following options for your email:

1. Upgrade your version of Outlook to 2016 or macOS to High Sierra 10.13
2. Download and use the free mail software from Mozilla called Thunderbird
3. Use the free webmail option that comes with your account


WEB APPLICATIONS
If your web applications and/or content were developed or formatted explicitly for the CentOS6.x i686 operating system, there may be compatibility issues that you or your development team will need to bring up to date with the new CentOS 7.x operating system. Any PHP scripts that were installed using Softaculous, such as WordPress, Drupal, Joomla!, etc. will be auto updated. Any scripts that were installed manually will be imported into Softaculous and managed through that interface. If for any reason the script that you are running cannot be updated, it will need to be replaced with a script that is. If it is determined that the outdated script poses a security risk to the server, it will be disabled.

We will be updating MySQL 5.6, Apache 2.4 and PHP to the latest stable releases from their respective release trees. In addition to PHP 5.6, we will also provide PHP 7.x using the latest EasyApache installation from cPanel. The move will result in completely giving up on FrontPage extensions, which are now deprecated and have been replaced with WebDAV.

Our design team is available for customers that need assistance with making their website compatible with the new versions of PHP or MySQL. Contact us for a quote at support@lunarpages.com.



BACKUPS
You will want to make sure you have backups of your siteís files, content, database, and custom themes/plugins/modules. These backups should be downloaded and stored locally. Please do not store them on the server. Due to the nature of the updates that are needed, there will be no extensions granted. If you are unable to, or forget to create your own backups, our system does keep backups for 3-5 calendar days. Any accessible backups will be zipped up and made available to you to download locally through our Managed Shared Hosting program. For all scripts that are auto updated, we will not allow any rollbacks or restores to previous versions of the scripts you are using.


IP ADDRESS CHANGE
The final step of the upgrade will require that we change the serverís primary IP to 74.50.7.89. Customers that have a dedicated IP will be notified of
their new IP through the helpdesk. In some situations, it will be necessary to clear the DNS cache on your local PC or Mac. It is common for ISPs to cache
websites you frequently visit. For help clearing your cache, please visit https://support.opendns.com/hc/en-us/articles/227988627-How-to-clear-the-DNS-Cache-


SSL SECURITY
Following the upgrade to your server, AutoSSL will be automatically enabled for your account. If your site is not already configured with the https:// prefix, our technicians will be happy to assist you with this.


STATUS/CONTACT
Please note that you may check the current status for this server at any time in CAP via through the 'Network Status' section of https://account.lunarpages.com


Thank you for your patience and we apologize for any inconvenience in the interim. If you have any issues with your site, or need assistance, please contact support@lunarpages.com.
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Hosting Server Bulletins / CHATTER Planned Move - 25th of December 2018
« Last post by AdrianAvadani on December 16, 2018, 11:56:49 PM »
Dear Customer,

The CHATTER server will begin a planned move to new hardware on December 25th, 2018. This move is required to upgrade the server's operating system from Centos 6.x i686, which has been phased out for support, to CentOS 7.x on a x64 architecture. It is important that we discuss any questions you have on the matter with you or your technical team as soon as possible.

The switch is set to take place around 1AM on the mentioned day and will be announced through the 'Network Status' section of https://account.lunarpages.com. We suggest that no significant changes are made to your website after you receive the second notification.


EMAIL
Please understand that this upgrade will increase security levels on your server, including the way your email functions. If you are using software such as Outlook 2013 or earlier, or MacMail while on versions earlier than High Sierra, you will have the following options for your email:

1. Upgrade your version of Outlook to 2016 or macOS to High Sierra 10.13
2. Download and use the free mail software from Mozilla called Thunderbird
3. Use the free webmail option that comes with your account


WEB APPLICATIONS
If your web applications and/or content were developed or formatted explicitly for the CentOS6.x i686 operating system, there may be compatibility issues that you or your development team will need to bring up to date with the new CentOS 7.x operating system. Any PHP scripts that were installed using Softaculous, such as WordPress, Drupal, Joomla!, etc. will be auto updated. Any scripts that were installed manually will be imported into Softaculous and managed through that interface. If for any reason the script that you are running cannot be updated, it will need to be replaced with a script that is. If it is determined that the outdated script poses a security risk to the server, it will be disabled.

We will be updating MySQL 5.6, Apache 2.4 and PHP to the latest stable releases from their respective release trees. In addition to PHP 5.6, we will also provide PHP 7.x using the latest EasyApache installation from cPanel. The move will result in completely giving up on FrontPage extensions, which are now deprecated and have been replaced with WebDAV.

Our design team is available for customers that need assistance with making their website compatible with the new versions of PHP or MySQL. Contact us for a quote at support@lunarpages.com.



BACKUPS
You will want to make sure you have backups of your siteís files, content, database, and custom themes/plugins/modules. These backups should be downloaded and stored locally. Please do not store them on the server. Due to the nature of the updates that are needed, there will be no extensions granted. If you are unable to, or forget to create your own backups, our system does keep backups for 3-5 calendar days. Any accessible backups will be zipped up and made available to you to download locally through our Managed Shared Hosting program. For all scripts that are auto updated, we will not allow any rollbacks or restores to previous versions of the scripts you are using.


IP ADDRESS CHANGE
The final step of the upgrade will require that we change the serverís primary IP to 74.50.7.86. Customers that have a dedicated IP will be notified of
their new IP through the helpdesk. In some situations, it will be necessary to clear the DNS cache on your local PC or Mac. It is common for ISPs to cache
websites you frequently visit. For help clearing your cache, please visit https://support.opendns.com/hc/en-us/articles/227988627-How-to-clear-the-DNS-Cache-


SSL SECURITY
Following the upgrade to your server, AutoSSL will be automatically enabled for your account. If your site is not already configured with the https:// prefix, our technicians will be happy to assist you with this.


STATUS/CONTACT
Please note that you may check the current status for this server at any time in CAP via through the 'Network Status' section of https://account.lunarpages.com


Thank you for your patience and we apologize for any inconvenience in the interim. If you have any issues with your site, or need assistance, please contact support@lunarpages.com.
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Hosting Server Bulletins / CHARA Planned Move - 25th of December 2018
« Last post by AdrianAvadani on December 16, 2018, 11:55:16 PM »
Dear Customer,

The CHARA server will begin a planned move to new hardware on December 25th, 2018. This move is required to upgrade the server's operating system from Centos 6.x i686, which has been phased out for support, to CentOS 7.x on a x64 architecture. It is important that we discuss any questions you have on the matter with you or your technical team as soon as possible.

The switch is set to take place around 1AM on the mentioned day and will be announced through the 'Network Status' section of https://account.lunarpages.com. We suggest that no significant changes are made to your website after you receive the second notification.


EMAIL
Please understand that this upgrade will increase security levels on your server, including the way your email functions. If you are using software such as Outlook 2013 or earlier, or MacMail while on versions earlier than High Sierra, you will have the following options for your email:

1. Upgrade your version of Outlook to 2016 or macOS to High Sierra 10.13
2. Download and use the free mail software from Mozilla called Thunderbird
3. Use the free webmail option that comes with your account


WEB APPLICATIONS
If your web applications and/or content were developed or formatted explicitly for the CentOS6.x i686 operating system, there may be compatibility issues that you or your development team will need to bring up to date with the new CentOS 7.x operating system. Any PHP scripts that were installed using Softaculous, such as WordPress, Drupal, Joomla!, etc. will be auto updated. Any scripts that were installed manually will be imported into Softaculous and managed through that interface. If for any reason the script that you are running cannot be updated, it will need to be replaced with a script that is. If it is determined that the outdated script poses a security risk to the server, it will be disabled.

We will be updating MySQL 5.6, Apache 2.4 and PHP to the latest stable releases from their respective release trees. In addition to PHP 5.6, we will also provide PHP 7.x using the latest EasyApache installation from cPanel. The move will result in completely giving up on FrontPage extensions, which are now deprecated and have been replaced with WebDAV.

Our design team is available for customers that need assistance with making their website compatible with the new versions of PHP or MySQL. Contact us for a quote at support@lunarpages.com.



BACKUPS
You will want to make sure you have backups of your siteís files, content, database, and custom themes/plugins/modules. These backups should be downloaded and stored locally. Please do not store them on the server. Due to the nature of the updates that are needed, there will be no extensions granted. If you are unable to, or forget to create your own backups, our system does keep backups for 3-5 calendar days. Any accessible backups will be zipped up and made available to you to download locally through our Managed Shared Hosting program. For all scripts that are auto updated, we will not allow any rollbacks or restores to previous versions of the scripts you are using.


IP ADDRESS CHANGE
The final step of the upgrade will require that we change the serverís primary IP to 74.50.7.79. Customers that have a dedicated IP will be notified of
their new IP through the helpdesk. In some situations, it will be necessary to clear the DNS cache on your local PC or Mac. It is common for ISPs to cache
websites you frequently visit. For help clearing your cache, please visit https://support.opendns.com/hc/en-us/articles/227988627-How-to-clear-the-DNS-Cache-


SSL SECURITY
Following the upgrade to your server, AutoSSL will be automatically enabled for your account. If your site is not already configured with the https:// prefix, our technicians will be happy to assist you with this.


JAVA AND RESIN
The Java JDK will be upgraded to the latest stable 1.6 release, whilst the Resin installation will too be upgraded to 4.0.53 - if you have opted in for Java, you will need to ensure that your scripts will be updated to work with these new versions. ASP support has been phased out by ChiliASP and will no longer be supported on ANY of our servers.


STATUS/CONTACT
Please note that you may check the current status for this server at any time in CAP via through the 'Network Status' section of https://account.lunarpages.com


Thank you for your patience and we apologize for any inconvenience in the interim. If you have any issues with your site, or need assistance, please contact support@lunarpages.com.
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Hosting Server Bulletins / CALLISTO Planned Move - 24th of December 2018
« Last post by AdrianAvadani on December 16, 2018, 11:53:56 PM »
Dear Customer,

The CALLISTO server will begin a planned move to new hardware on December 24th, 2018. This move is required to upgrade the server's operating system from Centos 6.x i686, which has been phased out for support, to CentOS 7.x on a x64 architecture. It is important that we discuss any questions you have on the matter with you or your technical team as soon as possible.

The switch is set to take place around 1AM on the mentioned day and will be announced through the 'Network Status' section of https://account.lunarpages.com. We suggest that no significant changes are made to your website after you receive the second notification.


EMAIL
Please understand that this upgrade will increase security levels on your server, including the way your email functions. If you are using software such as Outlook 2013 or earlier, or MacMail while on versions earlier than High Sierra, you will have the following options for your email:

1. Upgrade your version of Outlook to 2016 or macOS to High Sierra 10.13
2. Download and use the free mail software from Mozilla called Thunderbird
3. Use the free webmail option that comes with your account


WEB APPLICATIONS
If your web applications and/or content were developed or formatted explicitly for the CentOS6.x i686 operating system, there may be compatibility issues that you or your development team will need to bring up to date with the new CentOS 7.x operating system. Any PHP scripts that were installed using Softaculous, such as WordPress, Drupal, Joomla!, etc. will be auto updated. Any scripts that were installed manually will be imported into Softaculous and managed through that interface. If for any reason the script that you are running cannot be updated, it will need to be replaced with a script that is. If it is determined that the outdated script poses a security risk to the server, it will be disabled.

We will be updating MySQL 5.6, Apache 2.4 and PHP to the latest stable releases from their respective release trees. In addition to PHP 5.6, we will also provide PHP 7.x using the latest EasyApache installation from cPanel. The move will result in completely giving up on FrontPage extensions, which are now deprecated and have been replaced with WebDAV.

Our design team is available for customers that need assistance with making their website compatible with the new versions of PHP or MySQL. Contact us for a quote at support@lunarpages.com.



BACKUPS
You will want to make sure you have backups of your siteís files, content, database, and custom themes/plugins/modules. These backups should be downloaded and stored locally. Please do not store them on the server. Due to the nature of the updates that are needed, there will be no extensions granted. If you are unable to, or forget to create your own backups, our system does keep backups for 3-5 calendar days. Any accessible backups will be zipped up and made available to you to download locally through our Managed Shared Hosting program. For all scripts that are auto updated, we will not allow any rollbacks or restores to previous versions of the scripts you are using.


IP ADDRESS CHANGE
The final step of the upgrade will require that we change the serverís primary IP to 74.50.7.72. Customers that have a dedicated IP will be notified of
their new IP through the helpdesk. In some situations, it will be necessary to clear the DNS cache on your local PC or Mac. It is common for ISPs to cache
websites you frequently visit. For help clearing your cache, please visit https://support.opendns.com/hc/en-us/articles/227988627-How-to-clear-the-DNS-Cache-


SSL SECURITY
Following the upgrade to your server, AutoSSL will be automatically enabled for your account. If your site is not already configured with the https:// prefix, our technicians will be happy to assist you with this.


JAVA AND RESIN
The Java JDK will be upgraded to the latest stable 1.6 release, whilst the Resin installation will too be upgraded to 4.0.53 - if you have opted in for Java, you will need to ensure that your scripts will be updated to work with these new versions. ASP support has been phased out by ChiliASP and will no longer be supported on ANY of our servers.


STATUS/CONTACT
Please note that you may check the current status for this server at any time in CAP via through the 'Network Status' section of https://account.lunarpages.com


Thank you for your patience and we apologize for any inconvenience in the interim. If you have any issues with your site, or need assistance, please contact support@lunarpages.com.
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Hosting Server Bulletins / BUNNY Planned Move - 24th of December 2018
« Last post by AdrianAvadani on December 16, 2018, 11:50:18 PM »
Dear Customer,

The BUNNY server will begin a planned move to new hardware on December 24th, 2018. This move is required to upgrade the server's operating system from Centos 6.x i686, which has been phased out for support, to CentOS 7.x on a x64 architecture. It is important that we discuss any questions you have on the matter with you or your technical team as soon as possible.

The switch is set to take place around 1AM on the mentioned day and will be announced through the 'Network Status' section of https://account.lunarpages.com. We suggest that no significant changes are made to your website after you receive the second notification.


EMAIL
Please understand that this upgrade will increase security levels on your server, including the way your email functions. If you are using software such as Outlook 2013 or earlier, or MacMail while on versions earlier than High Sierra, you will have the following options for your email:

1. Upgrade your version of Outlook to 2016 or macOS to High Sierra 10.13
2. Download and use the free mail software from Mozilla called Thunderbird
3. Use the free webmail option that comes with your account


WEB APPLICATIONS
If your web applications and/or content were developed or formatted explicitly for the CentOS6.x i686 operating system, there may be compatibility issues that you or your development team will need to bring up to date with the new CentOS 7.x operating system. Any PHP scripts that were installed using Softaculous, such as WordPress, Drupal, Joomla!, etc. will be auto updated. Any scripts that were installed manually will be imported into Softaculous and managed through that interface. If for any reason the script that you are running cannot be updated, it will need to be replaced with a script that is. If it is determined that the outdated script poses a security risk to the server, it will be disabled.

We will be updating MySQL 5.6, Apache 2.4 and PHP to the latest stable releases from their respective release trees. In addition to PHP 5.6, we will also provide PHP 7.x using the latest EasyApache installation from cPanel. The move will result in completely giving up on FrontPage extensions, which are now deprecated and have been replaced with WebDAV.

Our design team is available for customers that need assistance with making their website compatible with the new versions of PHP or MySQL. Contact us for a quote at support@lunarpages.com.



BACKUPS
You will want to make sure you have backups of your siteís files, content, database, and custom themes/plugins/modules. These backups should be downloaded and stored locally. Please do not store them on the server. Due to the nature of the updates that are needed, there will be no extensions granted. If you are unable to, or forget to create your own backups, our system does keep backups for 3-5 calendar days. Any accessible backups will be zipped up and made available to you to download locally through our Managed Shared Hosting program. For all scripts that are auto updated, we will not allow any rollbacks or restores to previous versions of the scripts you are using.


IP ADDRESS CHANGE
The final step of the upgrade will require that we change the serverís primary IP to 74.50.7.26. Customers that have a dedicated IP will be notified of
their new IP through the helpdesk. In some situations, it will be necessary to clear the DNS cache on your local PC or Mac. It is common for ISPs to cache
websites you frequently visit. For help clearing your cache, please visit https://support.opendns.com/hc/en-us/articles/227988627-How-to-clear-the-DNS-Cache-


SSL SECURITY
Following the upgrade to your server, AutoSSL will be automatically enabled for your account. If your site is not already configured with the https:// prefix, our technicians will be happy to assist you with this.


JAVA AND RESIN
The Java JDK will be upgraded to the latest stable 1.6 release, whilst the Resin installation will too be upgraded to 4.0.53 - if you have opted in for Java, you will need to ensure that your scripts will be updated to work with these new versions. ASP support has been phased out by ChiliASP and will no longer be supported on ANY of our servers.


STATUS/CONTACT
Please note that you may check the current status for this server at any time in CAP via through the 'Network Status' section of https://account.lunarpages.com


Thank you for your patience and we apologize for any inconvenience in the interim. If you have any issues with your site, or need assistance, please contact support@lunarpages.com.
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PHP and MySQL Support / Re: Developing locally on your own local PHP/MySQL/Apache server
« Last post by MrPhil on December 15, 2018, 04:02:51 PM »
I generally advise against developing on your PC (*AMPP local server) unless you fall into one of the two following groups:

  • You don't already have a host account and domain (such as with Lunarpages), and want to play around a bit with a site before you commit to spending money and buying hosting.
  • You need to work with PHP or MySQL levels that your host does not yet support. *AMPP installations are often "bleeding edge" levels compared to what's on a shared server.
In any case, never try to host a real live site (accessible by the Web) on your PC, especially if it's ecommerce or otherwise involving money or sensitive information. Rest assured that hackers out there know far more about security issues than you ever will, and will attack you and eat your lunch the minute you go live. Hosts (such as Lunarpages) put a great deal of time and effort into protecting their customers against attack -- it's not foolproof, but wouldn't you rather be doing something else than babysitting your server 24-7? Besides, you're committing to keeping your PC running 24-7; you can't turn it off or do any work on it that would disrupt the server.

The big problem with developing on a local server (*AMPP) and then transferring it to a commercial server is that the version of everything will be different. Your local server might have PHP 7.2 or even 7.3, and if you develop to that standard and then transfer it to a PHP 5.6 commercial server, you could have lots of fixing to do. Same thing for MySQL and Apache levels. It's not to say that it's impossible to develop and test on a local server, but you have to constantly keep in mind what your target system's software levels are, and write to them. It rarely turns out that you FTP your files over and bang!, you're running. Sometimes you find you've accidentally used an advanced language feature that won't be available for years on your commercial server. That can be quite a bit of rework, and you don't want your site down. At the least, you should test your revised site in its own, private test directory (which can be password-protected). Don't assume that your code which runs fine on your local server will immediately run fine on your real server!

Some will argue that you save file transfer time and effort by editing/developing and then testing on the same machine. You can edit a file and then immediately run it, rather than having to upload it first. To each his own. Keeping an FTP client window open saves startup time. Having the (slightly) older version on the commercial server can act as a backup if you make a serious error handling or editing files on your PC. Having to take one extra step (upload) can be a disciplinary aid to make you stop and think for a moment whether your revised code is really ready. It almost comes down to "six of one, a half-dozen of the other".

If you're a computer pro and live and breathe complex software, you might enjoy installing and maintaining a local server. If you're not a pro, you'll have a lot to learn before you can do anything useful -- is that how you want to spend your time? It's up to you!
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Web Hosting Help and Troubleshooting / Re: cron jobs
« Last post by MrPhil on December 14, 2018, 06:45:31 AM »
I got another update from support. They said to try cURL:

Code: [Select]
/usr/bin/curl -S -s --user-agent cPanel-Cron https://<domain>/<path>/<file>.php
I just ran a "one off" test on cron and it seemed to work. I'll let you know if tonight's scheduled run fails. Of course, use "http" instead of "https" if needed. If your site redirects (30x) the URL you give, all you'll get is a "redirected to" message, so be sure to give the final URL on the command line.

Note that this is running through the Web server interface. If your PHP script is written to refuse to run from the browser (for security reasons), they say to try

Code: [Select]
/usr/local/bin/ea-php56 /home/<account>/public_html/<path>/<file>.php
I haven't tried it, but that's what they have now on the cron page instructions. Maybe they should update the instructions to show the cURL method, too.
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Web Hosting Help and Troubleshooting / Re: cron jobs
« Last post by MrPhil on December 13, 2018, 11:35:12 AM »
Well. After much back and forth, and support telling me it worked fine when they tried it, they finally fessed up that old servers like mine (Mizar) are running Jailshell for cron jobs, which means that you can't stray outside your directories, and MySQL is unavailable. I could upgrade to a better server, but I think I'll try waiting for Mizar to be upgraded (including to PHP 7.x) and see if I gain PHP+MySQL capability. In the meantime, I'll have to manually run this job every so often (it's only a sitemap update, so as little as weekly is OK). Site owners who need daily (or more often) cron jobs might want to think about moving servers if their jobs aren't working correctly due to Jailshell.

I asked them to update the cron page to include the information about Jailshell, to simplify matters for other site owners, and avoid a lot of frustration.

Otherwise, cron jobs seem to be working OK now.
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