Release-3411: Automatic recovery

For all Hypernodes, whose first letter begins with M-Z, we’ve enabled a new automatic recovery feature today. All Hypernodes starting with letters A-L will receive this feature as well in due time. Should a Hypernode become unreachable or unresponsive, our automation will attempt to resolve the problem before alerting one of our technicians. The automation […]

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Release-3405: new hypernode-importer features, tweaks in memory management

Today we deployed some changes to the hypernode-importer which might end up saving you some time when migrating a Magento shop to a Hypernode or a local hypernode-vagrant development environment. The –set-maintenance-on-source flag This new option for the hypernode-importer enables you to automatically put the Magento installation you are importing from in maintenance mode before […]

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Release-3377: Remove HHVM for new Hypernodes

As of now newly ordered Hypernodes will not have HHVM available anymore. Support can re-enable HHVM for you, should it really be necessary. We recommend everyone to use PHP7 instead. It delivers an even better performance boost and is better maintained by the community.    

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Release-3359: NGINX config reloader no longer allows absolute includes

We’ve updated the NGINX config reloader to not allow absolute includes. Absolute includes worked against the NGINX config reloader. The purpose of the config reloader is to ensure that the live config is syntactically correct and working, having an outside dependency (include) that can change the running live config can cause NGINX to no longer come up. Specifically the following includes are […]

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Release-3359: Let’s Encrypt Firefox fix

We’ve improved the let’s encrypt implementation. Firefox now accepts the certificates as expected.

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Release-3331: Increased server_names_hash_bucket_size and more

In this release we made a couple of minor changes to our configurations on Hypernode. Increased the server_names_hash_bucket_size to 128 The server_names_hash_bucket_size NGINX config value was increased from 64 to 128 as it was causing issues with longer domain names. For example previously trying to generate an SSL configuration for domains of a certain length […]

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Release-3331: Fix multiple domains in user generated SSL configs and changes to WAF

Yesterday we started rolling out a pre-configured Let’s Encrypt automatic renewal and configuration mechanism based on dehydrated. We noticed a bug in our SSL config generation script that made it impossible to load certificates for more than one domain. This has been fixed now. If you ran in to this problem you can re-run dehydrated […]

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Release-3323: Let’s Encrypt support [BETA]

In this release we started rolling out compatibility with Let’s Encrypt auto-renewal. Previously it was already possible to use Let’s Encrypt certificates on Hypernode by uploading them to the service panel, but the real beauty of Let’s Encrypt is in it’s short lived certificates which can be automatically updated. Requesting a Let’s Encrypt certificate on […]

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Release-3318: patch OpenSSL CVE-2016-6304, notify out of memory killed on SSH login

The last couple of weeks we have been mostly focused on improving our back-end logic for dealing with external API failures and implementing extra tests for our automation. However there were some things we did that might be interesting to hear about for Hypernode users so here is a short summary. OpenSSL CVE-2016-6304 Early last […]

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Release-3294: new magerun commands, prepare for Let’s Encrypt

This release contains an update of the wildly popular Hypernode & Elgentos n98-magerun modules. Import change: all Hypernode commands can now be found in the hypernode:* namespace (see a list here). Also, we have released software to support Let’s Encrypt in an upcoming release shortly.    

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