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).

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).

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

Changelog - February 20, 2024

File Manager

  • Improved: File/directory permissions are now displayed using numerical/octal values (e.g., 755 or 644) to enhance readability for non-developers.
  • Improved: File/directory symlinks are now distinguished by a different icon to differentiate them from normal files/directories.
  • Improved: Symlink origin target location is now shown to provide you with additional information about the symlink; this improvement requires Agent 2.8.2+4.

RunCloud Agent v2.8.2+4

This new version is necessary to display the symlink origin target location in the file manager, along with some security fixes for the file manager and the fix webapp ownership tool.

This update will be automatically applied to your server within the next 72 hours. If you do not receive the update within this timeframe, please contact our support team, and they will assist you in manually updating your server(s).

Changelog - February 16, 2024

Internationalized Domain Name (IDN)

  • Improved: Expanded support for IDN characters, including a broader range of Danish characters.
  • Fixed: Issue encountered when deploying Let's Encrypt SSL using the dns-01 authorization method for certain IDN characters.

RunCloud Agent Update Alert

It is highly recommended that you use the latest RunCloud agent to access the newest features and have the best experience while using RunCloud.

We have enhanced the process by displaying information on the server dashboard/summary page when a new version of the RunCloud Agent is available on your server.

  • A "New Version Available" info badge will appear 1 hour after a new agent release.
  • An "Update Required" warning badge will be displayed if either the automatic agent update fails after 72 hours (3 days) or a new major version is released.
  • An "Outdated Agents" danger badge will be shown if your server has not received the latest agent update after 7 days, in case the automatic agent update failed for any reason on your server.

Clicking the badge will open a modal popup where you can find more information on how to manually update the RunCloud agent on your server or trigger another agent update retry within 2 hours by clicking "Update" button.

We Now Accept PayPal and Google Pay for Subscriptions (February 13, 2024)

You can now pay for your RunCloud subscription using credit/debit cards, PayPal, and Google Pay

This has been made possible by partnering with Paddle (the complete payments, tax, and subscription solution for SaaS) to both process payments as well as act as our Merchant of Record – allowing us to deliver the best subscription and payment experience for our users across the world.

Note: This change currently does not affect existing subscriptions.


Changelog - 6 February 2024

Let's Encrypt SSL

  • Improved: New domain validation has been added for deploying Let's Encrypt SSL using the dns-01 authorization method. This ensures the DNS provider API, where the domain is managed, is valid.
  • Improved: Introduced the option to change the Authorization Method when editing a Let's Encrypt SSL. Users can switch between http-01 and dns-01 (or vice versa), which will be applied during the next SSL renewal or redeployment.
  • Improved: Added an indicator for when Let's Encrypt SSL needs to be redeployed for SSL Advanced (Business), such as after enabling the www or wildcard option.
  • Improved: Implemented notifications and an activity log for when Let's Encrypt SSL expires.

Server Provisioning

  • Improved: Added a Premium plan option for the Linode/Akamai Cloud server provider.

RunCloud Agent v2.8.1+2

This update will automatically be applied to your server within the next 72 hours. If you do not receive the update within this timeframe, please contact our support team, and they will assist you with a manual update of your server(s).

This new agent includes the following updates:

OpenLiteSpeed (OLS)

  • Fixed: A custom user's phpIniOverride configuration block in a web application could prevent the default RunCloud's phpIniOverride from applying to this web application.

Note: If you use a custom phpIniOverride in your OLS web application, it is recommended to update the RunCloud agent to v2.8.1 on your server. Then, use the Tools - Rebuild Web Application config feature to get the updated configuration.

File Manager

  • Fixed: The File Manager sometimes displayed incorrect file MIME types. For example, wasm files should show as application/wasm instead of application/octet-stream.

Changelog - 11 January 2024

PHP 8.3 Release

RunCloud now supports PHP 8.3 in our panel.

It is currently available for all NGINX and Containerized servers on the following operating systems:

  • Ubuntu 22.04 LTS
  • Ubuntu 20.04 LTS
  • Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

For OpenLiteSpeed, it is currently not available. We will support it once PHP 8.3 becomes available on OpenLiteSpeed.

To use PHP 8.3, you will need RunCloud Agent 2.8.0+2, which will be available on your server within 72 hours.

WPCLI 2.9.0 Release

For WordPress users, WPCLI has been updated to version 2.9.0, which includes compatibility with PHP 8.3.

Please make sure to use the latest version of WordPress, v6.4, as it has added "beta support" for PHP 8.3.

PHP Updates (NGINX)

  • PHP 8.3.1
  • PHP 8.2.14
  • PHP 8.1.27

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).

RunCloud Agent 2.8.0+2

  • New: PHP 8.3 support
  • New: WPCLI 2.9.0 support
  • Fixed: 1-Click WordPress issue when using WPCLI 2.9.0
  • Fixed: File Manager unzip feature produces incorrect filenames

The updates will be automatically applied to your server(s) running on NGINX within 72 hours and Containerized server(s) within 3 hours. If you don't receive the update in the expected timeframe, please contact our support team.

Changelog - 6 December 2023

RunCloud Agent 2.7.5+2

  • Fixed: The File Manager is unable to view/edit some .json and .log files.

PHP Releases

  • PHP 8.1.26
  • PHP 8.2.13

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).

The updates will be automatically applied to your server(s) running on NGINX within 72 hours and Containerized server(s) within 3 hours. If you don't receive the update in the expected timeframe, please contact our support team.

Cloudflare Dashboard and Cloudflare API Service Issues

Cloudflare is currently experiencing issues with its dashboard and API (view status page).

We've deployed a hotfix to prevent our panel from throwing 500 errors due to the downtime with Cloudflare's API. However, the domains and DNS integration via Cloudflare will appear empty in your RunCloud dashboard as they rely on receiving responses from the Cloudflare API, which is currently unavailable.

Cloudflare is well aware of the issue and is working on getting to the bottom of it as soon as possible. They have a good reputation for handling infrastructure-related issues diligently, including proper post-mortems. 

On behalf of Cloudflare, thank you for your patience & we understand dealing with downtime is never easy. If any websites you host for others are affected, this would be a good time to send over an email to let them know if their sites are down proactively.

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