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How to Save Custom Profiles - EasyApache - cPanel Documentation
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When you rebuild Apache, EasyApache stores its current configuration as a Previously Saved Config. However, you may also wish to store your custom configuration for later use or for use on a different server.

To store your custom configuration, enter the file name, display name, and description at step 6 in the EasyApache 3 interface (Home >> Software >> EasyApache 3). Then, click Save and build or Save only (Do NOT build).

EasyApache saves the custom profile as a .yaml file to the /var/cpanel/easy/apache/profile/custom/ directory on your server.

  • After you save a profile, you can access the profile from the first step of the EasyApache 3 interface.
  • Click the Delete link on the first page of the EasyApache interface to delete a custom profile from the EasyApache 3 interface.


  • You cannot delete the profiles that cPanel & WHM installs.
  • If you delete a profile, you cannot recover that profile. Click Yes to confirm that you wish to delete the profile.
  • You cannot use EasyApache to delete profiles at the command line; however, you can directly delete the .yaml files.

How to preload a profile

After you save your custom profile, you can easily preload it from the command line interface. To preload your profile, run the following command as the root user:$profilename == /scripts/easyapache --profile=$profilename



How to build from a profile outside of the EasyApache interface

To build Apache from a custom profile via the command line, run the following command as the root user:$profilename == /scripts/easyapache --profile=$profilename --build

How to access information outside of the EasyApache interface

To access information about EasyApache outside of the EasyApache 3 interface, run the following command at the command line as the root user:$profilename == /scripts/easyapache --help





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