Module 'timezonedb' already loaded

This appears because cagefs local.ini file is trying to load the timezonedb while the central php.ini is also trying to load the timezonedb. One way to resolve this is to remove it from local.ini and let cagefs know about the changes. To do this, first locate the local.ini file for your desired php version, for example, for php 5.6, it would be:


Similarly, you can find the local.ini file for any other version under /opt/cpanel/ea-php** folder.

Comment the line:



Once done, propagate the changes by remounting cagefs:

cagefsctl -M

If it still doesn't work, you would need to reinitialize the cagefs with the following:

cagefsctl -r


Once done, restart your apache, and should see the warning is gone.
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