Release 8036: New SSL functionality added

Recently we’ve added a new SSL menu item in our Hypernode Control Panel. Initially, only owners of a Hypernode could add a third-party certificate and view the specifications on the renewed SSL detail page. From this page, an owner could link a certificate to any number of other Hypernodes owned by this user. With this […]

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Release 8035: More settings on dashboard and New Relic bugfix

In this release we have updated the dashboard on our Hypernode Control Panel to display more configurable settings for your Hypernode and we have made our Hypernode configuration management more resilient against stubborn newrelic-daemon processes. Additional Dashboard settings During the development of our new Hypernode Control Panel which is going to replace our old legacy […]

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Release 8033: Firewall overhaul and keeping tabs on MySQL memory

In this release we have overhauled our hypernode-firewall and we’ve added a handy script for users to keep tabs on excessive MySQL memory usage. Hypernode Firewall overhaul In the past we have blogged about the self-learning Hypernode firewall. For all Hypernodes we aggregate data about suspicious requests in our central Elasticsearch so that we can […]

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Release 8022: Human readable filesize for hypernode-auto-logrotate

In this release we’ve updated our recently new hypernode-auto-logrotate command to display human readable file sizes as part of the output. The command can be used to automatically set up and configure logrotation for your application’s logfiles. Of course on Hypernode we have built in logrotation out of the box for system services such as […]

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Release 8019: Blackfire Agent v1 to v2 Upgrade

In this release we’re updating our Blackfire packages. Blackfire is deprecating their V1 agent version and the V1 version will be sunset on the first of September 2021. Blackfire is a tool that you can use to profile your webshop from your browser. Check out this Hypernode knowledge base article to see how you can […]

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Release 8016: PHP 8.0

In this release we’ve added the capability to enable and use PHP 8.0. To change the PHP version of your Hypernode you can use the hypernode-systemctl command-line tool: $ hypernode-systemctl settings php_version 8.0 Operation was successful and is being processed. Please allow a few minutes for the settings to be applied. Run ‘livelog’ to see […]

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Release 8007: Dedicated change SLA page on the Control Panel

A new page where you can easily change your SLA has been added to the Control Panel. You can reach this page by using the Hypernode submenu. If you want to change your plan and your SLA at the same time, you can still use the Change plan page for that. Note: Since we don’t […]

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Release 7971: automatically rotate logs with hypernode-auto-logrotate

This release adds the hypernode-auto-logrotate command to our bundle of hypernode- system utilities. This is a command line tool which automatically rotates log files, which helps avoid disk space and backup issues. Log rotation A hypernode contains files that applications write their logs to. For example, Magento writes to /data/web/magento2/var/log/debug.log. These log files can get […]

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Release: Akeneo 5.0 pre-install available through Hypernode orderpage and CLI

We’ve added Akeneo’s latest release, Akeneo 5.0, as pre-install option on your Hypernode when ordering a Hypernode through our website (only available for customers using the English Control Panel). If you are using the Dutch Service Panel or if you already have a Hypernode, you can use the CLI to get the Akeneo 5.0 pre-install […]

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Release 7925: Composer 2 installed in a separate path by default

On Hypernode we want to offer the best experience for e-commerce developers out of the box. We strive to have good defaults so that as a Magento or Shopware developer you can get quickly up and running. For that reason we prevented our default /usr/local/bin/composer installation from self-updating to the 2.0 version by self updating […]

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