Originally Posted by Klentelaris
Well i added same lines in previous whm version and then i didnt have any problem during that time.This happened with latest whm/cpanel version
With EasyApache2 (much better, IMO!), you could always make changes directly to Apache's configuration files without having to worry about them being lost. When cPanel 11 and EasyApache3 were introduced this was no longer the case and you have to modify the various Apache include files to ensure the changes are saved.
Of course you can still make changes directly to the Apache configuration files, but during the next Apache update (including PHP upgrades) they will be lost, so it's best to use the include files available within WHM or you can do it manually via SSH.
It's a PITA, but that's how it is... :/