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  1. #1
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    cpanel update option ?

    Hi,

    can i ask which option do you use for your production servers ?

    thanx


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    Most production servers can probably use RELEASE without any issue. Some even go up to CURRENT but that's not as well tested.

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    It really depends on what environment you have. With Stable, you can't really go wrong, and sometimes it's better to be safe than sorry. Release is also commonly used and is pretty good the majority of the times. I would not suggest using the Current/Edge on any production server.
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