For cPanel & WHM version 68
(WHM >> Home >> cPanel >> Upgrade to Latest Version)
This feature allows you to update your cPanel & WHM software to the most recent build available on your server's Release Tier.
For example, if you selected the CURRENT tier in WHM's Update Preferences interface (WHM >> Home >> Server Configuration >> Update Preferences), then this feature will upgrade your server to the latest CURRENT build.
Additional software updates
The script that this feature runs (
/usr/local/cpanel/scripts/upcp) calls other scripts in the
/usr/local/cpanel/scripts directory that will update most of the software on your system.
The following table lists the additional scripts and the software that they update:
|Script Name||WHM Feature||Description|
|Update System Software|
This script updates your system software.
This script is similar to the
|Update Server Software||This script updates software dependencies that the operating system provides and cPanel & WHM requires.|
|The ||N/A||There are a number of scripts that update applications that are installed with cPanel. For a complete list of |
Send Update Analysis to cPanel
This feature sends a log file from your update attempt to cPanel so that we can improve the quality of our software and the update process.
This feature allows you to force a reinstall of the cPanel & WHM software, regardless of whether WHM detects that your system is up-to-date. This can be useful if any files are corrupt and you wish to reinstall them.
How to update your cPanel & WHM software
To update your cPanel & WHM software, perform the following steps:
- If you wish to send cPanel the log files from your update attempt, click the appropriate checkbox.
- If you wish to disable this option, disable the Send information about server usage to cPanel for analysis option in WHM's Tweak Settings interface (WHM >> Home >> Server Configuration >> Tweak Settings).
- If you wish to force a reinstall of the software, select the appropriate checkbox.
- Click Click to Upgrade.
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- You can also run the
/scripts/upcpscript via the command line as the