What version of the software is used on your servers?

Software used on our Shared servers (Stellar/Stellar Plus/Stellar Business plans and old Value/Professional/Ultimate/Business plans):

  • Litespeed: 6.2.2
  • cPanel: 118
  • cURL: 7.61.1
  • Git: enabled
  • HTTP/2: supported
  • Imagick module: 3.7.0
  • IonCube PHP Loader: it is possible to enable ioncube_loader (v13.0.2) for all PHP versions from 7.4 (including), or ioncube_loader_4 (v12.0.5) for PHP 7.0-7.3
  • Mod_Rewrite: enabled
  • Mod_Security: enabled, more details can be found here
  • MariaDB: 10.6.17
  • Node.js: 6.17, 8.17, 9.11, 10.24, 11.15, 12.22, 14.21, 16.20, 18.18, 19.9, 20.10 should be set up as described here
  • Mysqli Support: enabled
  • Perl: 5.10.1
  • PHP: 5.2-5.6, 7.0 - 7.4, 8.0 - 8.3; more details can be found here
  • PHP modules: full list of PHP modules and extensions can be found here
  • PostgreSQL: 8.4.20 (available for old Professional/Ultimate/Business SSD and new Stellar Plus/Stellar Business plans)
  • Python: 2.7, 3.3 - 3.9, 3.11.5, can be set up as described here
  • Rails: 2.3.18
  • Ruby: 3.0, 3.1, 3.2, can be set up as mentioned here
  • ZendGuard Loader: 4.1.17 (7.0.0 for PHP 5.6)


Software provided with Stellar Business plan (and old Business SSD plan) only:

  • eAccelerator: enabled
  • Xcache: enabled on 5.X versions of PHP


Default server configuration:
 
  • Jailshell SSH: disabled by default, can be enabled in the cPanel
  • mod_userdir: disabled by default, cannot be enabled, more details can be found here
  • Timezone: America/New_York


Software that is not supported by Shared hosting plans but can be installed on VPS/Dedicated servers:

  • Asp.net
  • Ffmpeg
  • FrontPage extensions
  • Ghost
  • Git VCS
  • Java
  • Object caching
  • OwnCloud
  • PHP Memcache
  • PHPMotion
  • ASGI Python applications

NOTE 1: Asp.net and FrontPage extensions can be installed on Windows-based servers only. Our tech team does not provide any support for Windows servers, the whole installation process should be performed from client’s side.
You can also find more information on how to use FrontPage with our hosting here.


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