ClusterCS has just launched a massive release which brings support for Galera Cluster on top of MariaDB.
The latest ClusterCS update aims to bring in an optimum service performance which would enhance the website’s overall SEO score and user experience as well.
In case you do not know about ClusterCS, ClusterCS is a SaaS Web Server Management Panel that allows companies and individuals to remotely manage their cloud VPS and dedicated servers.
We wanted to provide our customers a quick and easy way of setting up a mysql cluster for in creased reability. Galera cluster is the perfect solution for this since it’s a true Multimaster Cluster based on synchronous replication.
Other than the major upgrade, there have been a plethora of minor bug fixes and other performance improvements mentioned on the official ClusterCS blog.
This release also brings bugfixes, performance improvements and configuration optimizations based on our clients feedback.
- Fixed a case when Let’s encrypt wouldn’t automatically renew
- Improve SSL certificate flow
- Fixed a bug in the custom config for the `Speed` traffic manager when the custom config was two configuration edits behind.
- Fixed missing NFS service restart when editing cluster storage location
- Improved remote FTP backup
- Improved cluster setup flow
- Fixed associating servers cluster server editing.
- Added $scheme for nginx cache_key to cover http to https redirects
- Fixed domain alias redirects in haproxy and SSL redirects
- Made index.shtml as the default serving for the apache index file
- Added haproxy
- Updated packages for PHP, postfix and dovecot
- Allow NAT ip’s to be used internally for stunnel
- Fixed handling firewall management on a server without the iptables service.
One thing I have always admired about ClusterCS is the fact that they provide their clients with an absolutely amazing customer service. As soon as I got to know about this release, I could not help but cover it on Stuff Listings. There are already a lot of new features in the pipeline which are going to make it all the way better.
- Varnish cache (including integration with `Speed` for easy rule setup)
- Cronjob management improvements.
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