Article ID: 2302, created on Oct 29, 2007, last review on Apr 18, 2012

  • Applies to:
  • Pro Control Panel Linux

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Knowledge ID 1017
Product : EnsimPro on Linux (RHEL)
Version : 3.7.0
Topic : Notifications

Title
Ensim RPMS for Ensim Pro 3.7

Summary
Ensim RPMS for Ensim Pro 3.7

Prevention


Details

Ensim RPMs in Ensim Pro for Linux  3.7

Background: Ensim Pro comes packaged as RPMs that contain a) control panel frontend (this is the GUI), b) control panel backend engine (backend that communicates with applications) and c) applications in the form of RPMs (web, ftp, mail, etc.).

Ensim RPMs you should leave alone: Some of these application RPMs have an Ensim tag in the build number ("ensimized RPMs"). This denotes that Ensim has made modifications to the RPM for various reasons such as fixing bugs, adding additional security, or improving performance for hosting domains.  The detailed list of these RPMs is shown below.

Other RPMs that you can update: The non-ensim tagged RPMs that are shipped with Ensim Pro come from Fedora Core 1.  For Ensim Pro for Linux  3.7.x, the RPMs are from the Fedora Core 1 or Fedora Core 1 updates distribution. When updates are released from Fedora, you are free to upgrade these non-ensimized RPMs, as long as you stay within the proper distribution.

 

Ensim & Non-Ensim RPMs that you should leave alone

Why?

Comments

httpd13-[package]

- changed the fdsize to allow apache to handle a large amount of logs (i.e. for a large amount of sites)

- added environment variables (SITE_ROOT, SITE_CGIROOT, SITE_HTMLROOT)

- official security fixes (as released by RedHat and Apache)

NOTE: by default, apache has FD_SETSIZE to 1024, which translates for the ability of WEBppliance Pro to support around 341 sites (if all sites have frontpage and web logs enabled). The WEBppliance Pro build of apache sets the FD_SETSIZE to 4096, which allows support of 1365 sites. If you have obtained a non-Ensim apache, please ensure that FD_SETSIZE is set according to your server needs.

 

apache-mod_fastcgi

bug fixes concerning timeout issues

 

cronolog

- turned the tarball into an RPM

- bug fixes (date/time format of log filenames)

 

frontpage

turned the tarball into an RPM

 

majordomo

- modified configuration file

- added security fixes

- modified build so it may be built by non-root

 

mod_fastcgi-httpd13 - fastcgi module for apache 1.3

mod_jk

- modified to be better integrated with apache

 

mod_ssl-httpd13

- mod_ssl for apache 1.3

- FD_SETSIZE (to allow for large amount of open files)

- RPM build fixes

- security fixes

 

perl-BIND-Conf_Parser turned the tarball into an RPM
perl-Filesys-Statvfs_D turned the tarball into an RPM

perl-Quota

changed to support quotas on multiple linux kernel versions.

 

php-httpd13-[package]

- FD_SETSIZE (to allow for large amount of open files)

- turned off experimental-zts

- enabled shorttags

NOTE: by default, PHP has FD_SETSIZE to 1024, which translates for the ability of WEBppliance Pro to support around 341 sites (if all sites have frontpage and web logs enabled). The WEBppliance Pro build of php sets the FD_SETSIZE to 4096, which allows support of 1365 sites. If you have obtained a non-Ensim php, please ensure that FD_SETSIZE is set according to your server needs.

 

pine

- not part of Fedora Core 1
- turned the tarball into an RPM

poprelay

created an RPM for the script

 

phpMyAdmin

turned the tarball into an RPM

 

proftpd-[package]

turned tarball into an RPM

 

tomcat4

turned tarball into an RPM

 

vacation

turned tarball into RPM

 

Power Tools:
ensim-formmail
ensim-gallery
ensim-invboard
ensim-oscommerce
ensim-phpbb-2.0.6
ensim-phpnuke-6.9
ensim-phpopenchat
ensim-postnuke

turned tarballs into RPMs & adds auto-install capabilities

Zope-[package]

 

changed the default RPM build from using python 1.5.2 to python 2.2

 

* package denotes the different RPM packages which are part of the main RPM for example apache, apache-devel, apache-manual.


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