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  1. #1
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    Few questions about Cpanel and CentOS

    Hello,

    i currently use the latest cpanel on Centos 4.8 and Apache/2.0.63 (Unix) in my VPS server.

    Is there a way to upgrade to the last CentOS 5.3 and Apache 2.2 without reinstalling the server and deleting all the data? I have more then 100 account so i`m looking for fast and NO mistake solution.

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    You will have to reinstall the OS, but you can backup your accounts and then reload them once the upgrade is done.

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    how to backup them ? Is this operation safe and how long should it take ?

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    "yum upgrade" should upgrade your VPS to 5.3. And you can easily upgrade to apache 2.2 using EasyApache(/scripts/easyapache)

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    Quote Originally Posted by root24x7 View Post
    "yum upgrade" should upgrade your VPS to 5.3. And you can easily upgrade to apache 2.2 using EasyApache(/scripts/easyapache)
    make sure you do a backup though, yum upgrade can sometime break a VPS

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