2 recommended improvements
One or more recommended modules are missing
PHP modules perform most of the tasks on the server that make your site run. Any changes to these must be made by your server administrator.
The WordPress Hosting Team maintains a list of those modules, both recommended and required, in the team handbook (opens in a new tab).
- Warning The optional module, imagick, is not installed, or has been disabled.
- Warning The optional module, zip, is not installed, or has been disabled.
Quick Solution: Please ask your HOSTING Provider to install these libraries for your Projects. Install for all available PHP version you’ve installed on you Server.
Bluehost Support Response: Thank you for being on hold. I have tried to install it using command line. It is still throwing error as All available perl module install methods have failed
As I don’t have much access, I may have to check with our specialist regarding this. We need more time to dig into it. So, I will be escalating the issue to one of our senior technical specialists to install the Imagick on the server for you. ******** is your reference number. We will make sure to update you as soon as possible via email.
Go to WHM -> Software -> Module Installers -> PHP Pecl (manage). On the box below “Install a PHP Pecl” enter “imagick” and click “Install Now” button – that’s all. Restart Apache.
Install following using RPM
- WHM » Software » Install an RPM
- Select “ImageMagick“, click install.
- Select “ImageMagick-devel“, click install.
- Select “pcre-devel“, click install.
Install following using Module Installers
- WHM » Software » Module Installers
- Click PHP Pecl “Manage“
- Search “imagick“, click Go.
- Finally click install.
- Restart apache.
Install the Required Packages [If you have Linux Access]
The ImageMagick packages can be installed quickly from the default repositories. Log in to the server as the root user through SSH or the cPanel Terminal and run the following command:
yum install ImageMagick ImageMagick-devel
Sometimes the command will generate an error, so another package must be installed as a prerequisite:
yum install pcre-devel
On Cloud Linux servers with CageFS active, there is one additional step required in order to make the binary available to users. From the command line, execute these commands:
cagefsctl --addrpm ImageMagick cagefsctl --force-update
The following Solution through WHM is a bit Time-Taking Solution:
Run following commands
1. "WHM Home » Software » Rebuild RPM Database" 2. yum install ImageMagick ImageMagick-devel 3. yum install pcre-devel