We are happy to announce that cPanel, L.L.C. has released cPanel & WHM Version 88 to the STABLE tier! This newest version brings many quality of life improvements for MySQL, including the added support of MySQL 8. Version 88 also brings Rouncube version 1.4 (with a new responsive theme for mobile devices and CCS compatibility), the addition of ImunifyAV, the leading malware scanning solution, and the ability to upgrade to ImunifyAV+, as well as streamlining of a number of in product interfaces.
Take a look at highlights for this version on our release site, or check out the full release notes. Then, join us on Discord, Forums, or Reddit!
Support for MySQL 8
cPanel & WHM Version 88 brings support for MySQL® 8 for CentOS 7, Red Hat® Enterprise Linux, and CloudLinux servers. New cPanel & WHM Version 88 instances can upgrade to MySQL in WHM’s MySQL or MariaDB Upgrade interface (WHM >> Home >> Software >> MySQL/MariaDB Upgrade) | Read More
Webmail now ships with Roundcube version 1.4
We are updating the Roundcube version in Webmail from version 1.3 to version 1.4 in cPanel & WHM Version 88. Roundcube 1.4 features a new responsive theme for mobile devices, as well as compatibility with the Calendar and Contacts Server (CCS) plugin | Read More
MySQL now streams during account transfers in WHM
When an account is transferred via WHM’s Transfer Tool interface (WHM >> Home >> Transfers >> Transfer Tool) or the Copy an Account From Another Server With an Account Password interface (WHM >> Home >> Transfers >> Copy an Account From Another Server With an Account Password), the system streams the MySQL dump if streaming is available | Read More
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