Release notes for HestiaCP v1.1.0

Release date: Mar 11 2020

~700 commits since v1.0.6 github

Second largest Release to date

  • Theme support for whitelabeling and also added a official 'Flat' theme
  • Added demo / read-only mode
  • Support for Debian 10 (Buster)
  • Redesigned Multiphp functionality
  • One click WebApp Installer for:
    1. Wordpress
    2. Prestashop
    3. Opencart
    4. Laravel
    5. Symfony
  • MultiIP support for webmail and exim email server (use the same IP as the webdomain)
  • Fixed a huge number of reported issues and hidden bugs.
  • Improved security. Better Input validation, drop root privileges where unnecesarry

New MultiPHP system

Changes to the installer script

--phpfpm yes will install only the default php version, curently php7.3
  • Additional php versions can be installed when required from web interface

    (/edit/server/ 'Web Server' section)

  • Both Nginx and Apache web server are supported

--multiphp yes will install all supported php versions
  • Both Nginx and Apache web server are supported
  • Nginx web templates are now supported


Hestiacp running 1.0.6

  • Nginx + php-fpm

    No special steps will be taken during the upgrade, MultiPHP will be available and additional php version can be enabled from the web interface. (/edit/server/ 'Web Server' section)

  • Apache + (old)multiphp, Nginx + (old)multiphp, Nginx + Apache + (old)multiphp

    During the upgrade the following script will detect the php version used for each web domain and set the backend template accordingly $HESTIA/install/upgrade/manual/

  • Apache, Nginx + Apache

    Multiphp will not be enabled automaticaly since internal mod_php module will be disabled and might cause isues with some apps when switching to php-fpm backend.

    To enable multiphp run the migration script: $HESTIA/install/upgrade/manual/

Breaking changes:

"/backup" folder cannot be a symlink anymore (security), use bind mount instead

mount --bind /backup /mnt/large-partition