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    CyberPanel - Control Panel Based on OpenLiteSpeed [Updated!]

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    • @mrcbrown said:
      How does one update to the newer version?

      Will have that covered shortly.

      Regards

      Thanked by 1mrcbrown
    • love your panel.

      But it lacks much more:

      PHP 7.1?
      lets encrypt?
      Automatic update (I read that it is soon).
      Choice of database, MariaDb, Mysql
      Backup System

      And also the recommendations I have already written

      @comeback said:

      I reinstalled the panel.

      Why there is not PHP 7.1?

      I think it needs a backup and restore function for accounts, it's really important.

      Suggestions for the package:

      Max Sub Domains

      Max Parked Domains

      Max Addon Domains

      Maximum Hourly Email by Domain Relayed

      Suggestions for emails:

      DKIM

      SPF

      spamhause

      spamassassin

      Email Lists

      Roundcube

      Suggestions for safety

      CSF

      ClamAV

      You have to provide on your site, a place to make donations.

      Congratulations and thank you for your work

    • @comeback said:
      love your panel.

      But it lacks much more:

      PHP 7.1?
      lets encrypt?
      Automatic update (I read that it is soon).
      Choice of database, MariaDb, Mysql
      Backup System

      And also the recommendations I have already written

      Yes, I have noted down the recommendations, some we've to prioritize and others keep in the queue for a later time.

      For now, our team at Litespeed is working on a slimmed down version of OpenLiteSpeed which is dedicated to running CyberPanel, we are running tests and making sure things are on right track.

      let's encrypt?

      Letsencrypt is already there if you check SSL during account creation, SSL is issued through let's encrypt (provided domain DNS is already working).

      We've recently added PHP7.1 to our LiteSpeed repositories, so it should be added shortly in the Control Panel as well.

      backup and restore

      For now, testing is a priority and then the backup system.

      I appreciate your feedback.

      Kind Regards.

    • @comeback said:
      Why there is not PHP 7.1?

      I think it needs a backup and restore function for accounts, it's really

      Update:

      Passed through some internal testing.

      Regards

    • comebackcomeback Member
      edited September 2017

      @cyberpersons said:

      @comeback said:
      Why there is not PHP 7.1?

      I think it needs a backup and restore function for accounts, it's really

      Update:

      Passed through some internal testing.

      Regards

      I have two questions for backup:

      1) Is backup done for mails, databases and files?

      2) Why not make a backup on another server? SSH, FTP?

      For the Firewall, I also have three questions?

      1) Do you already have programmed rules?

      2) Are there alerts?

      3) why not use CSF? would not that be simpler?

      Thank you for your excellent work

    • agentmishraagentmishra Member, Provider
      edited September 2017
      1. any automation plugin for softwares like blesta?

      or any plans with any ETA...

      1. any clustering support
        like cpanel-dnsonly

      2. any support for backup mx/secondary mx

      3. any support for dnssec

      skype id : agentmishra, gtalk id : agentmishra, email : [email protected]

    • agentmishraagentmishra Member, Provider

      also, how to install it in centos6x-64bit

      skype id : agentmishra, gtalk id : agentmishra, email : [email protected]

    • @comeback said:

      I have two questions for backup:

      1) Is backup done for mails, databases and files?

      2) Why not make a backup on another server? SSH, FTP?

      Backup is made for web home directory and all databases, the current backup destination is a local server, we plan to add remote transfer which will be available in selection for backup destination in later versions.

      More information is in documentation.

      For the Firewall, I also have three questions?

      1) Do you already have programmed rules?

      2) Are there alerts?

      3) why not use CSF? would not that be simpler?

      Thank you for your excellent work

      I think the current firewall implementation is fairly simple, had a look on documentation?

      You just had to specify port to allow, by default its deny all, and yes there are some default rules which open ports for all necessary applications.

    • This software is developing quite a bit faster than the rest of the industry on the whole.

      Why don't you make a nice management console for OpenVZ/KVM with the VNC/etc all pretty and can hook into WHMCS? You'd probably end up with at least 35% of the VPS industry by next year if it was any good and you kept up this amazing pace.

      Thanked by 1HyperSpeed

      I won't be back until @bsdguy is released.

    • @agentmishra said:

      1. any automation plugin for softwares like blesta?

      We do have something like this in mind but have more priority things at this time.

      also, how to install it in centos6x-64bit

      Its only available for install on Centos 7, have tested on:

      • Google Cloud.
      • Virtualizor.
      • VMWare.
      • On Centos 7 IOS from centos.org.

      Regards

    • Looking good. Any plans on monetizing?

    • @WSS said:
      This software is developing quite a bit faster than the rest of the industry on the whole.

      Why don't you make a nice management console for OpenVZ/KVM with the VNC/etc all pretty and can hook into WHMCS? You'd probably end up with at least 35% of the VPS industry by next year if it was any good and you kept up this amazing pace.

      Really appreciate the feedback.

      I can jump into that, but need to make sure that CyberPanel should be stable enough first, right?

      Thanks again.

      Regards

    • @Hxxx said:
      Looking good. Any plans on monetizing?

      Opensource, there are no plans.

      Regards

    • How to update? or there will be an update option on panel?

      Hola perro!

    • EdmondEdmond Member without signature

      Wouldn't it be nice if it was able to import a existing LAMP or LEMP installation? That would make my life so much easier when I install this to my web server when it goes into a stable release!

    • @dedicados said:
      How to update? or there will be an update option on panel?

      second this

    • @Edmond said:
      Wouldn't it be nice if it was able to import a existing LAMP or LEMP installation? That would make my life so much easier when I install this to my web server when it goes into a stable release!

      That seems not much useful feature for most customers. Extra and future compatibility issue can arise

      ^-^!

    • I have restarted 8090 port connections.

    • This site can not be reached
      8090 port collapse

    • @Edmond said:
      Wouldn't it be nice if it was able to import a existing LAMP or LEMP installation? That would make my life so much easier when I install this to my web server when it goes into a stable release!
      @jetchirag said:

      @Edmond said:
      Wouldn't it be nice if it was able to import a existing LAMP or LEMP installation? That would make my life so much easier when I install this to my web server when it goes into a stable release!

      That seems not much useful feature for most customers. Extra and future compatibility issue can arise

      Can I've some more details ?

    • @dedicados said:
      How to update? or there will be an update option on panel?
      @Faizi said:

      @dedicados said:
      How to update? or there will be an update option on panel?

      second this

      In few days.

    • @xemorytr said:
      This site can not be reached
      8090 port collapse

      Run on cli

      /usr/local/lscp/bin/lscpd

      If still not working, you can send logs from

      /usr/local/lscp/logs/error.log

      Regards

    • agentmishraagentmishra Member, Provider

      @cyberpersons said:

      @xemorytr said:
      This site can not be reached
      8090 port collapse

      hi
      Run on cli

      /usr/local/lscp/bin/lscpd

      If still not working, you can send logs from

      /usr/local/lscp/logs/error.log

      Regards
      @cyberpersons said:

      @xemorytr said:
      This site can not be reached
      8090 port collapse

      Run on cli

      /usr/local/lscp/bin/lscpd

      If still not working, you can send logs from

      /usr/local/lscp/logs/error.log

      Regards

      Same issue with me

      skype id : agentmishra, gtalk id : agentmishra, email : [email protected]

    • @cyberpersons @agentmishra

      2017-09-20 13:55:52.795 [NOTICE] [Child: 1878] LiteSpeed/1.4.28 Open starts successfully!
      2017-09-20 13:55:52.795 [NOTICE] [child: 1882] Successfully change current user to nobody
      2017-09-20 13:55:52.795 [NOTICE] Child: 1882] Core dump is disabled.
      2017-09-20 13:55:52.795 [NOTICE] [Child: 1882] Setup swapping space...

      no error

    • @agentmishra said:

      @cyberpersons said:

      @xemorytr said:
      This site can not be reached
      8090 port collapse

      hi
      Run on cli

      /usr/local/lscp/bin/lscpd

      If still not working, you can send logs from

      /usr/local/lscp/logs/error.log

      Regards
      @cyberpersons said:

      @xemorytr said:
      This site can not be reached
      8090 port collapse

      Run on cli

      /usr/local/lscp/bin/lscpd

      If still not working, you can send logs from

      /usr/local/lscp/logs/error.log

      Regards

      Same issue with me
      @xemorytr said:
      @cyberpersons @agentmishra

      2017-09-20 13:55:52.795 [NOTICE] [Child: 1878] LiteSpeed/1.4.28 Open starts successfully!
      2017-09-20 13:55:52.795 [NOTICE] [child: 1882] Successfully change current user to nobody
      2017-09-20 13:55:52.795 [NOTICE] Child: 1882] Core dump is disabled.
      2017-09-20 13:55:52.795 [NOTICE] [Child: 1882] Setup swapping space...

      no error

      Sent public key, lets have a look.

      Regards

    • @cyberpersons @agentmishra

      We had a problem with the remote connection. thank you.

      if it does not restart, execute the following code

      /usr/local/lscp/bin/lscpd

    • comebackcomeback Member
      edited September 2017

      Excellent work, here is what it is urgent to correct

      A message that forces the user to change the SSH port (22), and that this automatically configures the firewall.

      A backup outside the VPS / Server, ideally we can have a backup by reseller

      For the firewall, it would be nice to do as csf, have alerts sent by mail for resources, connection, etc. Why not use csf? It is very good.

      Add a let's encrypt certificate when a domain is already configured.

      For example we add the domain abc.com, 3 days later we see a certificate let's encrypt, I have not found how to do?

      Automatic updating is also an important thing for a server in production, I know it will soon come.

      Why not offer a donation system for your work?

      Here are some suggestions that I think are important:

      Suggestions for safety:

      ClamAV

      Suggestions for emails:

      DKIM

      spamhause

      spamassassin

      Email Lists

      Roundcube

      Suggestions for the package:

      Max Sub Domains

      Max Parked Domains

      Max Addon Domains

      Maximum Hourly Email by Domain Relayed

    • @comeback

      Do you mean it should ask the user to change default ssh port 22?

      Regarding SSL, like if SSL is revoked?

      Its not yet added to documentation but you can save your on key and cert file from Main > Websites > List Website > Select Site > Add SSL, you can save SSL and reboot Litespeed.

      Regarding your suggestion for packages.

      You can limit max websites on a user basis like you create a user and limits the number of sites they can create.

      And I think we need more documentation now.

      Regards

    • EdmondEdmond Member without signature

      @cyberpersons said:

      @Edmond said:
      Wouldn't it be nice if it was able to import a existing LAMP or LEMP installation? That would make my life so much easier when I install this to my web server when it goes into a stable release!
      @jetchirag said:

      @Edmond said:
      Wouldn't it be nice if it was able to import a existing LAMP or LEMP installation? That would make my life so much easier when I install this to my web server when it goes into a stable release!

      That seems not much useful feature for most customers. Extra and future compatibility issue can arise

      Can I've some more details ?

      It would be nice if it was possible to copy certain configuration that it can save from Apache/Nginix/PHP and copy over the existing website data so the user doesn't have to set up again. It would be also nice if it was able to just use a existing MySQL server if it exists on the server they are using.

    • @Edmond said:

      @cyberpersons said:

      @Edmond said:
      Wouldn't it be nice if it was able to import a existing LAMP or LEMP installation? That would make my life so much easier when I install this to my web server when it goes into a stable release!
      @jetchirag said:

      @Edmond said:
      Wouldn't it be nice if it was able to import a existing LAMP or LEMP installation? That would make my life so much easier when I install this to my web server when it goes into a stable release!

      That seems not much useful feature for most customers. Extra and future compatibility issue can arise

      Can I've some more details ?

      It would be nice if it was possible to copy certain configuration that it can save from Apache/Nginix/PHP and copy over the existing website data so the user doesn't have to set up again. It would be also nice if it was able to just use a existing MySQL server if it exists on the server they are using.

      It can be done, but as @jetchirag said, compatibility issues can arise, plus on different repos have different configuration style as well.

      For example the litespeed repo for PHP have its own specified directory structure.

    • @Cyberpersons, site can't be reached via 8090 port. Any solution to that?

    • I runned the cli

      [[email protected] ~]# /usr/local/lscp/bin/lscpd -bash: /usr/local/lscp/bin/lscpd: No such file or directory
      [[email protected] ~]#

    • @cyberpersons said:
      @comeback

      Do you mean it should ask the user to change default ssh port 22?

      Yes that's it, I think it's a good idea

      @cyberpersons said:
      @comeback

      Regarding SSL, like if SSL is revoked?

      Its not yet added to documentation but you can save your on key and cert file from Main > Websites > List Website > Select Site > Add SSL, you can save SSL and reboot Litespeed.

      This is not hypothetical, you add the domain name http://abc.com (without SSL), a few days later, you want to set https // abc.com (SSL certificate), but with let's encrypt. I did not find how to do it?

      @cyberpersons said:
      @comeback

      Regarding your suggestion for packages.

      You can limit max websites on a user basis like you create a user and limits the number of sites they can create.

      That is what I mean:

      thank you for your work

    • @Websec

      Did you install recently? Do you have this dir

      /usr/local/lscp

    • @comeback

      I got you now regarding SSL, I will add that to documentation.

      Thank you.

    • This is just opposite of solusvm development. In a month, you'd beat vestacp as everyone's first choice.

      ^-^!

    • ShakibShakib Member, Provider

      Is it open source?

      HostCram LLC - SSD Web Hosting, Reseller Hosting, VPS & Dedicated Servers

    • WebsecWebsec Member
      edited September 2017

      Yes, I installed it recently (Today).
      I have the /usr/local/lscp directory.

    • According to him, he will make it opensource as soon as it's ready for production

      Thanked by 1Shakib

      ^-^!

    • EdmondEdmond Member without signature

      @cyberpersons said:

      @Edmond said:

      @cyberpersons said:

      @Edmond said:
      Wouldn't it be nice if it was able to import a existing LAMP or LEMP installation? That would make my life so much easier when I install this to my web server when it goes into a stable release!
      @jetchirag said:

      @Edmond said:
      Wouldn't it be nice if it was able to import a existing LAMP or LEMP installation? That would make my life so much easier when I install this to my web server when it goes into a stable release!

      That seems not much useful feature for most customers. Extra and future compatibility issue can arise

      Can I've some more details ?

      It would be nice if it was possible to copy certain configuration that it can save from Apache/Nginix/PHP and copy over the existing website data so the user doesn't have to set up again. It would be also nice if it was able to just use a existing MySQL server if it exists on the server they are using.

      It can be done, but as @jetchirag said, compatibility issues can arise, plus on different repos have different configuration style as well.

      For example the litespeed repo for PHP have its own specified directory structure.

      Ya that can be true, but it can reduce the amount of user interaction if say it was able to read existing Apache virtual hosts and create websites according to that and import the files.

    • @HostCram said:
      Is it open source?
      @jetchirag said:
      According to him, he will make it opensource as soon as it's ready for production

      Yes right.

      @Edmond said:

      @cyberpersons said:

      @Edmond said:

      @cyberpersons said:

      @Edmond said:
      Wouldn't it be nice if it was able to import a existing LAMP or LEMP installation? That would make my life so much easier when I install this to my web server when it goes into a stable release!
      @jetchirag said:

      @Edmond said:
      Wouldn't it be nice if it was able to import a existing LAMP or LEMP installation? That would make my life so much easier when I install this to my web server when it goes into a stable release!

      That seems not much useful feature for most customers. Extra and future compatibility issue can arise

      Can I've some more details ?

      It would be nice if it was possible to copy certain configuration that it can save from Apache/Nginix/PHP and copy over the existing website data so the user doesn't have to set up again. It would be also nice if it was able to just use a existing MySQL server if it exists on the server they are using.

      It can be done, but as @jetchirag said, compatibility issues can arise, plus on different repos have different configuration style as well.

      For example the litespeed repo for PHP have its own specified directory structure.

      Ya that can be true, but it can reduce the amount of user interaction if say it was able to read existing Apache virtual hosts and create websites according to that and import the files.

      We've Litespeed Enterprise for same specific purpose.

      It reads Apache configs out of the box.

    • @Websec said:

      Yes, I installed it recently (Today).
      I have the /usr/local/lscp directory.

      Key sent.

      Thanked by 1Websec
    • ShakibShakib Member, Provider

      @cyberpersons said:

      @HostCram said:
      Is it open source?

      Yes right.

      It's a beta version?

      Nginx reserve proxy, MariaDB 10.2 & PHP 7.0/7.1 is available?

      HostCram LLC - SSD Web Hosting, Reseller Hosting, VPS & Dedicated Servers

    • @HostCram said:

      @cyberpersons said:

      @HostCram said:
      Is it open source?

      Yes right.

      It's a beta version?

      Nginx reserve proxy, MariaDB 10.2 & PHP 7.0/7.1 is available?

      It's a Litespeed Product. :)

      We've:

      • PHP 5.3
      • PHP 5.4
      • PHP 5.5
      • PHP 5.6
      • PHP 7.0
      • PHP 7.1

      More information on PHP:

      http://docs.cyberpanel.net/doku.php?id=php-extensions

      http://docs.cyberpanel.net/doku.php?id=php-configurations

      and yes Mariadb.

      I've also integrated the version managment, which will be available shortly.

      Regards

    • ShakibShakib Member, Provider

      @cyberpersons,

      It's a beta version?

      HostCram LLC - SSD Web Hosting, Reseller Hosting, VPS & Dedicated Servers

    • @HostCram said:
      @cyberpersons,

      It's a beta version?

      Yes, a lot of people here have helped to find bugs. :)

      Kind Regards

      Thanked by 1Shakib
    • @cyberpersons support .htaccess, openlitespeed no support .htaccess, this would be a breakthrough if openlitespeed wants to win market,

      Regards,

    • cyberpersonscyberpersons Member
      edited September 2017

      OpenLitespeed do follow 'mod_rewrite' syntax for rewrite rules. You can copy all your rewrite rules from apache and paste in the box.

      There is a slight difference:

      If you had following Rule in apache:

      RewriteBase /joomla

      RewriteRule .* index.php [F]

      You just need to add forward slash

      RewriteRule /.* /joomla/index.php [F]

      Plus Openlitespeed has built-in caching, and separate caching plugin for WordPress as well, you can also perform one-click WordPress installation from CyberPanel which will also enable LiteSpeed cache.

      Apart from that, Litespeed Enterprise completely follow apache .htaccess.

      Regards

    • How's big it's memory's consume?

      I have to adjust to use centos :D for next.

    • @d2itsme said:
      How's big it's memory's consume?

      I have to adjust to use centos :D for next.

      512MB and above.

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