Cleavr.io updates
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Site level access logs

Made a small improvement to write to site specific NGINX access logs.

WordPress Config File

We've updated the assigned user group and permissions for the wp-config.php file to keep it in the same user group as the other files.

AWS t3 plans have been added!

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You can now provision AWS EC2 t3 plans from Cleavr.

SSL - DNS check fix

There was an edge case where the button to add a new site when SSL option is enabled or adding SSL post site creation appeared to be a dead button and did not allow users to move forward that has been resolved with this fix.

DigitalOcean Provisioning Update

The DigitalOcean issue when provisioning new servers has been resolved.


ORIGINAL POST

We've detected an issue with DigitalOcean's Ubuntu image which is causing new DigitalOcean provisioned servers to not operate correctly.

We have an open support ticket with DigitalOcean and will work to resolve the issue.

Please do not provision new servers on DigitalOcean until the issue has been resolved.

We have not detected issues with DigitalOcean servers provisioned prior to January 26th and these servers should continue to operate normally. Also, we checked the other VPS providers and they are provisioning normally.

Fixed AWS server previously used name error

We noticed a 'Security Group' alert where AWS was preventing a new AWS server from being provisioned due to the new server's name matching a previously used server's name. This was resulting in a 500 error being displayed to the user.

We've pushed a fix to move past the alert and continue to provision the server on AWS.

Updated DigitalOcean API

We updated the DigitalOcean API according to some updates API updates they've released.

UpCloud added as new VPS provider option! 🎉

We have a new official integration and partnership with UpCloud as a VPS option for your cloud hosting needs.

Setting up the VPS profile in Cleavr is a little different than adding other providers as you don't need to add an API Key. In fact, UpCloud utilizes your login credentials to their platform for API authentication. In your UpCloud account, you will need to make sure the Allow API connections option is enabled in the user profile.

https://docs.cleavr.io/providers

commitMessage variable now available

This has been added to the deployment hooks section.

Why might you want to use this?

Here is one functional example with Statamic CMS's GitHub integration:

https://docs.cleavr.io/guides/statamic-cms#github-integration

Tweaked some styling

🎨 On the Lock Site page