Changelog - July 18, 2024

RunCloud Agent v2.8.7+15
  • Fixed: Introduced a new RunCloud agent iteration for Ubuntu 24 upgrades, which will attempt to fix installation issues by checking dependencies before installation. Please note, these fixes will not solve all upgrade issues, so upgrading servers in production is still not recommended.

Note: This update will automatically apply to your server within 72 hours. If you do not receive the update within this timeframe, please contact our support team, and they will help you manually update your server(s).

Ubuntu 24.04 LTS (Noble Numbat) Support Is Here

Ubuntu 24.04 has been released to production, so you can now choose it as your operating system image when you deploy new servers with RunCloud.

Note: We do not recommend directly updating servers that are running production workloads. The safest migration path is to deploy a new server and migrate web applications and databases over to the fresh installation of Ubuntu 24.04. We are unable to support migrations of live production workloads. 

Ubuntu 24.04 is currently only supported on NGINX servers. It is not yet available on OpenLiteSpeed servers. 

RunCloud Agent v2.8.7+12

  • New: Ubuntu 24.04 Support
Apache HTTPD 2.4.61 & Security Updates for: 


RunCloud Monitoring: Introducing Server Storage Monitoring & Web Application Monitoring

We’re excited to announce that Storage Monitoring has landed!

Today’s release includes a series of updates we know many of you have been waiting for. With RunCloud Monitoring, it’s never been easier to monitor the storage breakdown of your servers – based on web apps, databases, log files, and more. 

Learn more about Storage Monitoring on RunCloud here.

And that’s not all! RunCloud Monitoring now also offers web application monitoring, including Slow Script Monitoring, IP Address Hit Monitoring, and Top Path Monitoring: 

Required Agent version v2.8.7+11.
If you have absolutely any questions or feedback for us, please reach out to support@runcloud.io

Changelog - July 11, 2024

RunCloud Agent v2.8.7+11
  • Improved: Storage Calculation Method as a Part of the All-New Server Monitoring Module
  • Fixed: MariaDB Issue with Containerized Servers.
  • New: Added the GoAccess binary to support new monitoring features.

Note: This update will automatically apply to your server within 72 hours. If you do not receive the update within this timeframe, please contact our support team, and they will help you manually update your server(s).

Changelog - July 1, 2024

PHP Updates (NGINX)

  • PHP 8.3.8
  • PHP 8.2.20
  • PHP 8.1.29

Note: If your server runs on OpenLiteSpeed, RunCloud does not handle PHP version updates. However, once a PHP version update becomes available for OpenLiteSpeed, it should also be automatically available on your server(s).

Changelog - July 1, 2024

PHP Updates (NGINX)

  • PHP 8.3.8
  • PHP 8.2.20
  • PHP 8.1.29

Note: If your server runs on OpenLiteSpeed, RunCloud does not handle PHP version updates. However, once a PHP version update becomes available for OpenLiteSpeed, it should also be automatically available on your server(s).

Changelog - June 13, 2024

RunCloud Agent v2.8.6+3
  • New: You can now clear a web application's lscache straight from your dashboard (accessible under Web Application > Tools).
  • Fixed: Issues that affected cloning web applications with different versions of MariaDB have been addressed.

Note: This update will automatically apply to your server within 72 hours. If you do not receive the update within this timeframe, please contact our support team, and they will help you manually update your server(s).

Changelog - June 6, 2024

PHP Updates (NGINX)

  • PHP 8.3.7
  • PHP 8.2.19

Note: If your server runs on OpenLiteSpeed, RunCloud does not handle PHP version updates. However, once a PHP version update becomes available for OpenLiteSpeed, it should also be automatically available on your server(s).

Changelog - June 4, 2024

Backup Directory Naming

  • Improved: The directory structure for full backups has been improved. Previously, only the <instanceId> was used as the directory name. Now, the structure includes more detailed information: <instanceId>-<backupType>-web-<webAppName>-db-<dbName>.
Note: This feature was a popular request from users who integrate with external backup storage. With this update, you can now easily identify the web application and/or database name in the backup directory.

Incremental Backup Service
  • Improved: Various behind-the-scenes improvements have been implemented to increase the stability of incremental backups run using RunCloud backup storage.

Learn more about creating web application & database backups here.

RunCloud Monitoring Is Now In Beta

We're excited to announce that RunCloud Monitoring is now in beta. 

Today's release includes some incredibly exciting new observability and health monitoring functionality. This new suite of monitoring tools replaces the old Server Health tab and is designed to give teams on RunCloud the ability to quickly identify & resolve web application performance issues. 

Additional resources and documentation on using RunCloud Monitoring and the new Top Process and Slow Query reports will be available soon. 

If you have absolutely any questions or feedback for us, please reach out to support@runcloud.io

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