Release 6591: php-xdebug for PHP 7.3 for hypernode-docker

In this release we update the version of php-xdebug in our repositories from 2.6.0+2.5.5-byte2 to 2.7.2+2.5.5-byte3. We updated to this new version in order to add support for the new PHP 7.3 (which since yesterday has also been available in the latest version of the docker). While it is not possible to use php-xdebug on […]

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Release 6586: PHP 7.3 available on Hypernode

Today we’re making PHP 7.3 available on Hypernode. In yesterday’s changelog some of the changes we did to incorporate this new version into our platform were described, and today we will be adding the option for customers to change to this new version in their production environment. You can switch to this new version of […]

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Release 6582: Sudo security update CVE-2019-14287

In this release we have updated the sudo package to address CVE-2019-14287. Yesterday a security vulnerability was announced where commands could be made to run as root using sudo if called with a specially crafted user ID. While we were not vulnerable to this attack, we have deployed this update to all Hypernodes, as additional […]

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Release 6581: Preparing Hypernode for PHP 7.3, Magento 2.3.3 preinstall and sample data

Now that Magento 2.3.3 has been released we have been preparing our platform for supporting PHP 7.3. Magento now officially supports PHP 7.3 since this new version. PHP 7.3 is supposed to be slightly faster than PHP 7.2 for specific work-loads, check out these benchmarks by Phoronix. In order to support this new version of […]

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Release 6575: Update to hypernode.io SPF records

In this release, we change the way that Hypernodes include there SPF records. For each Hypernode we provide an SPF record at spf.<appname>.hypernode.io to be included in your domain. This record used to include spf.byte.nl, which in its turn included all our mail servers and other services. Because spf.byte.nl included other external services, the amount […]

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Release 6570: php-apcu can be enabled via the hypernode-api

In this release we have added the new functionality of being able to enable the php-apcu PHP module using the hypernode-api. This module is required for running Akeneo and it can also be used by Shopware. We will not enable this module by default as it might get in the way of your Magento performance. […]

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Release 6552: Upgrading php-common to 2:69

In this release we’re upgrading php-common from 1:35ubuntu6 to 2:69+ubuntu16.04.1+deb.sury.org+2+php7.3. We’re preparing to add out of the box support for Akeneo, but for that we require php-apcu. The version we’re shooting for depends on [php-common (>= 2:69~)], so that’s why we’re upgrading this. We’ve recently had a lot of requests from people to run Akeneo […]

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Release 6538: hypernode-oom-protect uses correct cwd, hypernode-ssl-config-generator handles multiple DNS names

In this release we have updated some of the tools in our Python bundle of system utilities. hypernode-oom-protect will now report the correct current working directory before:

after:

hypernode-ssl-config-generator can now handle multiple DNS names in the dehydrated domains.txt Example:

Resulting NGINX config before:

Resulting NGINX config after:

Changes will […]

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Release-6527: PHP updates on the 5.6, 7.0, 7.1 and 7.2 versions

MS-ISAC has issued an alert related to multiple vulnerabilities that have been discovered in PHP. It is recommended that all sites using PHP should update to the latest PHP version as soon as possible. We have updated our PHP versions accordingly: PHP 5.6 version from 5.6.40-1 to 5.6.40-12 PHP 7.0 version from 7.0.33-10 to 7.0.33-11 […]

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Release-6507: More memory added to specific plans

Today we released a new Grow, Professional M, Professional L and Professional XL plan with more memory. Fortunately we have been able to do this without changing prices on these plans. More RAM memory and Redis We lifted the amount of RAM on our Grow plan from 3 to 4 GB and doubled the amount […]

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