Virtualmin virtual-server 3.90 and other virtualmin-* module updates

Howdy all,

Virtualmin virtual-server module 3.90 and several other Virtualmin module updates have been rolled out for all operating systems over the past few days.

Changes since 3.89:

  • Updated the phpMyAdmin script installer to version 3.4.9, Drupal to 7.10, Moodle to 2.2.1, WordPress to 3.3.1, RoundCube to 0.7.1, SugarCRM to 6.3.1, SMF to 2.0.2, FosWiki to 1.1.4, WHMCS to 5.0.3, Dolibarr to 3.1.0, phpBB to 3.0.10, Bugzilla to 3.6.7, phpMyFAQ to 2.7.3, MediaWiki to 1.18.1, CMS Made Simple to 1.10.3, Magento to, TWiki to 5.1.1, ZenPhoto to 1.4.2, Joomla to 1.7.4, DokuWiki to 2012-01-25, and MoinMoin to 1.8.9.
  • Added a script installer for Autoload 4.4.7.
  • The script installer update process can now detect new installer releases that don’t change the application version.
  • Added the modify-proxy API command, to update an existing proxy balancer.
  • The warning when multiple SSL sites share the same IP can now be disabled if your webserver supports SNI, via a new option on the Virtualmin Configuration page.
  • Backups now create a .dom file in the same directory as the tar.gz file, which contains information about the domains included and is used to speed up the restore process.
  • A new option on the Virtualmin Configuration page allows domain owners to restore backups made by root for their own domains. Because root backups are considered secure, the domain owner can restore all settings, including the Apache and DNS configuration.
  • Scheduled backups now have a separate deletion policy for each destination, instead of the same policy being applied to all destinations. For example, you could delete local backups after 5 days and remote backups after 10.

Other updates:

  • wbm-security-updates 4.4
  • wbm-virtualmin-awstats 4.7
  • wbm-virtualmin-disable 1.2
  • wbm-virtualmin-git 1.3
  • wbm-virtualmin-init 2.3
  • wbm-virtualmin-password-recovery 1.5
  • wbt-virtual-server-theme 8.2

As always, if you run into any bugs, let us know in the ticket tracker.

I managed to get 3.90 downloaded on to a couple of my CentOS systems with yum — but most of them aren’t ever getting the update – is there an issue with the repository??

It looks like maybe the systems using VIrtualmin PRO are getting the update, but not the ones using GPL???

As soon as I asked about this, the update started showing up on all my other systems — Don’t ask me, but it’s fine now.