What Node.js versions are supported with Node.js Selector?
The supported versions are 6.x, 8.x, 9.x and 10.x.
Can I move applications from one Node.js version to another?
You can move them one by one. In further releases we will add a group-move option.
Can I delete Node.js version that is not in use?
Yes, you can. This can be done from both LVE Manager UI or CLI.
Can I delete Node.js version if some applications use it?
No, you can’t. You should move all existing applications to another Node.js version available first.
Can I set a disabled Node.js version as a default?
No, you can’t. You should enable it first.
Can I install/uninstall more than one version at the same time?
No, you can’t. You must wait until the previous process is finished (spinner in the last row of version’s table will be in processing mode).
What do I have to do if I don’t see some version which I want install in the UI, although they are available in the repository?
Click Refresh and wait until the version is added. (Refresh for repodata is not implemented yet).
Can Node.js Selector be used in CLI-only mode?
Sure. Please find the list of CLI commands at https://docs.cloudlinux.com/command_line_interface2.html
I would like to install Node.js Selector on a system with DirectAdmin and CloudLinux. Can I install it that way?
It will be possible once we release Node.js Selector for DirectAdmin. ETA for DirectAdmin is May 2018. As of the current version, it is only supported on cPanel. Please find all requirements at https://docs.cloudlinux.com/index.html?overview__requirements.html.
Does Node.js Selector require CageFS installed (or active) to operate? Will it work inside CageFS?
Users’ applications work inside CageFS if the latter is installed and enabled. Otherwise, they work in a “real” file system. Installing CageFS is not mandatory but is recommended as it makes your system more secure.
Can Node.js resources be limited by LVE like PHP scripts?
Sure. Please find more information on resource limits at https://docs.cloudlinux.com/limits.html.
Is it possible to use Node.js Selector with Nginx?
No, it isn’t.