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hello i have 4 erros how i can fix it?

 

WHMCS Health Check
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error:
 * Your system is set to display errors. While this is useful for some debugging
   situations, it can interfere with some operations and is a security risk. For
   more information please refer to our documentation.

warning:
 * We have detected that your WHMCS installation is currently using the default
   template names for one or more of the active templates. If you have made any
   customisations, we strongly recommend creating a custom template directory to
   avoid losing your customisations the next time you upgrade.You are currently
   using a default template in the following locations:
    - Cart
   Please review our documentation on making a custom theme for help doing this.
 *  .trimmed-dir-list li { text-decoration: underline dashed; } The following
   directories are owned by a different user from that which is executing WHMCS.
   This indicates a potentially insecure
   configuration:/home/dartkzcd/host/attachments/projects
   You can learn more about this in our documentation.
 * Your system is setup to log unnecessary error levels. Error level reporting
   that logs E_NOTICE and E_WARNING can interfere with some operations and is a
   security risk. For more information please refer to our documentation.
 * Your environment appears to be running a different PHP version (7.3.26) for
   the System Cron than the currently loaded PHP version (7.4.14). This may
   cause issues running your System Cron.

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Hello @0vert,

Thank you for your post.

11 hours ago, 0vert said:

error: * Your system is set to display errors. While this is useful for some debugging situations, it can interfere with some operations and is a security risk. For more information please refer to our documentation.

Please ensure that "Display Errors" is disabled under Configuration > Setup > General Settings > Other please also check that you do not have Display Errors showing in your configuration.php file

11 hours ago, 0vert said:

* We have detected that your WHMCS installation is currently using the default template names for one or more of the active templates. If you have made any customisations, we strongly recommend creating a custom template directory to avoid losing your customisations the next time you upgrade.You are currently using a default template in the following locations: - Cart Please review our documentation on making a custom theme for help doing this.

This one is safe to ignore,  its simply letting you know that you are using one of our default cart templates "Cart" if you make any changes to them you may loose these in a future release, if you are not customising your cart template there is no need to worry.

11 hours ago, 0vert said:

The following directories are owned by a different user from that which is executing WHMCS. This indicates a potentially insecure configuration:/home/dartkzcd/host/attachments/projects

This notification is indicating that the projects directory ownership is incorrect your server administrator should be able to resolve this for you.

11 hours ago, 0vert said:

* Your system is setup to log unnecessary error levels. Error level reporting that logs E_NOTICE and E_WARNING can interfere with some operations and is a security risk. For more information please refer to our documentation.

This should disappear when you follow the steps to disable errors Please ensure that "Log Errors" is disabled under Configuration > Setup > General Settings > Other.

11 hours ago, 0vert said:

Your environment appears to be running a different PHP version (7.3.26) for the System Cron than the currently loaded PHP version (7.4.14). This may cause issues running your System Cron.

This is indicating that the system is running PHP 7.3 whereas your installation is running PHP 7.4. To resolve this, please reach out to your system administrator, receive the path to PHP 7.4 and replace the php -q portion of the cron with the path/to/php74 -q  

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