cPanel v11 is not stable yet.
Yet, I have installed cPanel v11 on my server.
No errors detected yet. At the beginning we had some EMAIL problems but those fixed their self overnight.
However cPanel v11 does not support Apache 2.0 at the moment.
There fore I cant install it >.<
Belows a table of the status's
May 2, 2007
CURRENT May 18, 2007 EDGE** June 5, 2007RELEASE August 14, 2007STABLE August 15, 2007 CURRENT August 29, 2007 RELEASE TBD STABLE
now, Telling anything from that table -
cPanel v11 will be in its first stage of stability on August 14th.
yay!. Cant wait to see what they do about Apache 2.0
I found some cool features in cPanel v11 id like to share with you aswell.
Dynamic Update NAMESERVERS
This picture shows the networking menu above,
Then the bottom picture shows after you click Nameserver IP's on the menu. When you click that nameserver IP's on the menu it show the "Updating IP list from whois database" - Basically, It automatically configures the IP to a nameserver and it checks to make sure the nameservers match the IP specified. If they dont match, It will tell you what to do to fix it.
Sleeker images, more Modern style! - WHM and cPanel Client Side.
this image basically, just shows the new images they decided to update on WHM the images use-to-be less modern but now they look fine :]
Client Side NEW cPanel TEMPLATE x3
Below is the newest cPanel template (clientside x3)
You may move the boxes on the right side up and down and expand / collapse them quite a nice idea if you dont have a laggy computer...
Please take note of the stats on the left side, this displays the FULL stats of the domain and the CPANEL information, as well as server load, theme type, apache version and PHP version. I think its pretty cool!
cPanel email (clientside) template // create
Below is the new ADD email account form and the
Delete / manage accounts form.
If you notice, When you hover over the delete Icon they zoom in, it does the same thing for all the other Icons over there.
The add a email form looks very sleek and updated.
They finnally added the "Password Strength" thing on the side - Been waiting for them to do that forever. Instead of the error pages saying "this is a dictionary word " - That was always annoying.
All these are great features if you dont have a laggy computer.
You can most certainly tell that cPanel uses the most system RAM tho.
But plesk lacks some of the really good features that cPanel has to offer.
Hope this helps you out abit!
Anyways, your welcome in advance for this intro!