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Release 6289: hypernode-servicectl can also restart Elasticsearch

In this release we will push an update to the hypernode-servicectl command-line tool that will make it so that the app user is now also privileged to restart the Elasticsearch service. The new option will appear when you have Elasticsearch enabled on your node. [crayon-5c989cf20aed0573933048/] To restart Elasticsearch on your Hypernode run: [crayon-5c989cf20aeeb768613974/]

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Release 6271: PHP updates, 7.1.27-1 and 7.2.16-1

We have updated our PHP 7.1 version from 7.1.16-1 to 7.1.27-1 and the PHP 7.2 version from 7.2.7-2 to 7.2.16-1. For a complete list of changes see the PHP 7 ChangeLog. This update will be deployed on all Hypernodes that have either of these PHP versions enabled over the course of the coming week. To […]

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Release 6270: Elasticsearch on Hypernode

In this release we have added built-in support for Elasticsearch on Hypernode. While previously it was already possible to use Elasticsearch with your Hypernode by connecting to an external search provider, we have now made it possible to use Elasticsearch for your Magento shop on Hypernode without requiring any external service or configuration. Elasticsearch is […]

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Release 6249: Larger tmp_table_size and max_heap if tmp_on_data option enabled

In this release we will increase the tmp_table_size and max_heap_table_size setting from the default 64MB value that is configured on Hypernode to 256MB if the previously existing configurable option mysql_tmp_on_data_enabled is enabled. The mysql_tmp_on_data_enabled setting that can be configured using the hypernode-api or using the hypernode-systemctl command-line tool enables users to make MySQL store temporary […]

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release-384: Users can list flows and set Varnish settings

Users can list flows For some time now it’s been possible for users to list flows for their apps by calling the Hypernode-API. This lets users inspect which tasks are currently running for their node. This can be useful for users to anticipate when changes are going to be propagated when they requested changes via […]

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Release 332: Configure additional Hypernode settings using the API

In this release we have extended the functionality of the (currently BETA) hypernode-api to include some more app-level settings. Note that because the API is still currently under active development the exposed capabilities and naming are still subject to change. Last week we made it possible for API users to enable OpenVPN. In a similar […]

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Release 312: Billing portal SSO URL endpoint and general improvements

In this release we’ve introduced a few generic improvements in the API and introduced an endpoint customers can use to retrieve the billing portal SSO login URL for their account. Billing portal SSO URL Non-Dutch speaking customers who ordered their Hypernode can now get their billing portal SSO login URL by calling the Chargebee SSO […]

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Release 238: Hypernode-API open for public (beta)

As of this announcements it’s possible for Hypernode users to make use of our Hypernode-API. Please be aware that this API is still in beta and might be subject to change. So it’s important not to let any critical systems depend on this API. Want to know how to use the Hypernode-API? Have a look […]

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release-21: My Hypernode & PHP

My Hypernode We’ve added a simple page with some specs of your Hypernode. Such as CPU core count, storage usage, RAM and more.   PHP version The second page added in this release is the PHP version page. See what PHP version your Hypernode is running there. Changing the PHP version from the page is […]

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release-20: SSH keys

SSH keys It’s now possible to add and remove SSH keys on your Hypernode via the control panel. This feature includes the ability to limit login access to specific IP addresses if required. Information about how to add a limited IP SSH key can be found in the SSH keys support documentation. To use the […]

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release-19: Varnish, edit subscription and more

Varnish It’s now possible to enable Varnish for your Hypernode via the control panel. You can find this feature under the “Caching” tab on the left when you’ve selected a Hypernode. Alternatively you can check it out by visiting this link. Editing subscriptions You can now edit the subscriptions for your Hypernodes by either clicking […]

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Login to billing portal available

In this release we’ve added the option for our non-Dutch speaking customers to login to their billing portal from auth.hypernode.com. You can click the top right to access the dropdown and should then select the “billing portal” item to gain access. You can then manage your subscriptions there. The billing portal allows you to change […]

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20190107.1 – Show loading icon for Premium users and bug fixes

Show loading icon for Premium users With the recent addition of running checks in batches and ordering them by failure we accidentally got rid of the loading/scanning icon for premium users. This has now been fixed so premium users can see when MageReport is still busy scanning for checks and retrieving performance information. Interested in […]

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20181217.1 – Checks ordering, webgility update, generic malicious JS check and more

New check ordering We received a lot of feedback about the ordering of checks. Previously they would be ordered based on the most recently added checks, but this does not always make sense from a user’s perspective. For users it’s a lot more important that checks that fail are shown first so you can get […]

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20181203.1 – SUPEE-10975, new magento versions, sidebar bugfix, new malware signatures

SUPEE-10975 and new magento versions On the 28th of November Magento released the following versions for Magento: 2.3, 2.2.7, 2.1.16, 1.14.4.0 and 1.9.4.0. In addition to these new versions they also released SUPEE-10975. The new versions plus the SUPEE fix some critical security issues in Magento and it is highly recommended you patch or upgrade […]

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20181106.1 – Run checks in batches, new patch check, updated Magento version check and new RCE check

Running checks in batches Recently we received some information that under-powered servers could suffer performance loss when scanned by MageReport. This is due to the amount of requests MageReport has to make to determine your shop’s safety. This is of course not our intention, so to fix this we’ve added running checks in batches for […]

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Release 6289: hypernode-servicectl can also restart Elasticsearch

In this release we will push an update to the hypernode-servicectl command-line tool that will make it so that the app user is now also privileged to restart the Elasticsearch service. The new option will appear when you have Elasticsearch enabled on your node. [crayon-5c989cf20aed0573933048/] To restart Elasticsearch on your Hypernode run: [crayon-5c989cf20aeeb768613974/]

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Release 6271: PHP updates, 7.1.27-1 and 7.2.16-1

We have updated our PHP 7.1 version from 7.1.16-1 to 7.1.27-1 and the PHP 7.2 version from 7.2.7-2 to 7.2.16-1. For a complete list of changes see the PHP 7 ChangeLog. This update will be deployed on all Hypernodes that have either of these PHP versions enabled over the course of the coming week. To […]

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Release 6270: Elasticsearch on Hypernode

In this release we have added built-in support for Elasticsearch on Hypernode. While previously it was already possible to use Elasticsearch with your Hypernode by connecting to an external search provider, we have now made it possible to use Elasticsearch for your Magento shop on Hypernode without requiring any external service or configuration. Elasticsearch is […]

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Release 6249: Larger tmp_table_size and max_heap if tmp_on_data option enabled

In this release we will increase the tmp_table_size and max_heap_table_size setting from the default 64MB value that is configured on Hypernode to 256MB if the previously existing configurable option mysql_tmp_on_data_enabled is enabled. The mysql_tmp_on_data_enabled setting that can be configured using the hypernode-api or using the hypernode-systemctl command-line tool enables users to make MySQL store temporary […]

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