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  1. #1
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    Arrow suggestion for cPanel version

    which is that most suitable cPanel version

    STABLE
    RELEASE
    CURRENT


    STABLE
    11.24.5-STABLE_37946
    (Mon Aug 3 03:42:39 2009)

    RELEASE
    11.24.5-RELEASE_38506
    (Tue Aug 18 13:24:58 2009)

    CURRENT
    11.24.5-CURRENT_38506
    (Tue Aug 18 12:35:31 2009)

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    Stable = For those who do not want some headache

    Release = For those who want to be cool and can handle a little headache

    Current = For those who want some headache

    You choose :-)
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    confusion about this

    what you are using ?

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    Current builds are more mature since they have been tested in a production environment by cPanel.
    We are using Current from a long time without any issue.
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  6. #6
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    I agree with Ajit stable is the best bet

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    Stable is always the best for a production environment. Let all of the other users deal with the headaches.
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  8. #8
    Quote Originally Posted by nileshparmar1 View Post
    which is that most suitable cPanel version

    STABLE
    RELEASE
    CURRENT


    STABLE
    11.24.5-STABLE_37946
    (Mon Aug 3 03:42:39 2009)

    RELEASE
    11.24.5-RELEASE_38506
    (Tue Aug 18 13:24:58 2009)

    CURRENT
    11.24.5-CURRENT_38506
    (Tue Aug 18 12:35:31 2009)
    I always prefer "Release", I won't say it's a headache. The newer version may sometimes come with a bug but you learn something out of it.

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    I personally would like to go for the headache free stable version.
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    Stable is all i would use, unless there is a particular need (e.g. customer needs feature that is only in a more bleeding version0 which you obviously don't have one now.
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    If your in a production environment use Stable.

    I personally use Release for testing and hosting my websites have haven't ran into many issues.

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    Thumbs up

    Offer stable for your major chunk of servers. And have edge configured on one of your servers ( maybe one exclusively for testing ). If you only have production servers, configure release on one and stable on the others.

    You can even market the non-stable version of cpanel, that you use on the solitary server. Some people do like to be on the bleeding edge technology, even if that means they will have to face a few 'headaches'

    By having release on one of the servers, you'll get to know the potential problems that may arise and can take preventive action for your customers hosted in your stable servers. This school of thought is from my personal experience with cpanel servers.
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    Arrow

    currently we are using cPanel 11.25.0-R44718 how can i up to 11.25.0-CURRENT_45139
    (Wed Apr 28 23:01:23 2010)

  14. #14
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    Personally I don't think there is any reason to run stable unless you like to miss out on the latest features.

    I've been running Release for over 5 years and only about 3 times has there been any issues in an update, which were all easily resolved.

    Current is generally pretty stable as well, but I would stick to Release for production servers.

    If you want to change it, Go to WHM > Update Settings

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