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My CentOS is running cPanel / WHM 11.30.5

My application requires uploadprogress and Alternative PHP Cache (APC).

I looked into 'EasyApache (Apache Update)', but couldn't find them, is there a way to install them in cPanel/WHM?

Thank you.

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You can install APC and uploadprogress in WHM >> Software >> Module Installers >> PHP Pecl >> search "APC" or "uploadprogress".

Update:

Did you see the following error when install APC or uploadprogress in WHM?

ERROR: `make' failed

The APC.so object is not in /usr/local/lib/php/extensions/no-debug-non-zts-20060613

If yes, you need to install pcre-devel as well, try to install with this:

yum install pcre-devel

Then, try to install the APC module through WHM again. You'll need to restart Apache for it to load/work with websites if you're using DSO.

If the problem persists, I would recommend you submit a ticket to cPanel support to look into it. They could login to your server to investigate further. You could trust them.

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I installed uploadprogress by the way you mentioned, then restart Apache, my application still says it is missing. Do I miss any steps? Do I need to change php.ini after the install? Thanks. –  gilzero Dec 26 '11 at 11:43
    
I double checked that it is added in .php.ini after installation. But still apps says it's not installed. –  gilzero Dec 26 '11 at 12:28
    
@gilzero, make sure to restart the apache httpd process. that'll kick the module into gear. –  user135603 Sep 12 '12 at 1:30

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