I have a vps still using WHM 11.46.0 (build 19) can I upgrade my php to 7.0 and still be able to use WHM 11.46.0 (build 19) thanks
Many reason I can't update WHM/cpanel to the newer versions which whm/cpanel doesn't want to hear about so just an answer to my question would be nice and no...
I have set php version 5.6 in php configuration (default is 5.4)
in order to use PHP: array_filter - Manual
All ok on php site
but not in cronjob
I created a cron:
cd /home/xxxxx/public_html/backend/cronjob/; php cron.php
but it fails and returns error <b>Warning</b>: array_filter()...
i know that under new Easyapache i can allow cpanel users to select from multiple PHP versions but i prefer to stay with old Easyapache so i cant offer PHP choice to the users.
Instead my question is how i can install PHP 5.4 on the cpanel server having PHP 5.3?
So i can quickly switch...
I do apologize if this post has been posted elsewhere. I was not sure what topics to look for. On certain hosts, I've noticed a feature in some of the cPanel's where you could change the PHP version without going through server files etc. But, when I got to mine I noticed that we cannot change...
I do apologize if this post has been posted elsewhere. I was not sure what topics to look for.
On certain hosts, I've noticed a feature in some of the cPanel's where you could change the PHP version without going through server files etc. But, when I got to mine I noticed that...
I've noticed that in cPanel, users have the ability to select their preferred php version. However, when clients click on this icon, it takes them to a 404 not found page.
How can I get this fixed?
/etc/redhat-release:CentOS release 6.7 (Final)...
I am new to cpanel/whm.. and I am being asked to upgrade the PHP to the latest version.
I have installed the cpanel/whm (centos) few months ago which was the latest back then, but have not done any updates since then.
when I go 'php -v' it says my php is 5.4.37, and I am asked to upgrade to...
My servers has
I'm using the ntPHPSelector (plugin not official )that my client can run new versions of PHP on your account.
I wish to upgrade to MySQL 5.5 but do not want to change the PHP version and keep version 5.2
If I upgrade MySQL to version 5.5 will...
Ok, I'd like to "enable" the ability for customers to select which version of PHP to use (5.3 or 5.4) but I can't find anywhere to allow that ability? If I goto php configuration under a domain it shows some PHP settings (not changable of course) but doesn't allow them to chose which version of...
I have a quick question regarding confusion over the version of PHP that's currently running on my (hosts) server.
I'm pretty new to all of this, so please bear with me!
Basically, cPanel is telling me that I'm running PHP version 5.2.17 (left column of settings page), <?php echo...
I was looking for some specific documentation that explains the process for getting two php version running simultaneously in cpanel. I applications on a different account that need a older version of php but I cannot change the whole php version to accommodate that app and would like to have...
I'm looking for a cpanel app that allows users to cycle through multiple versions of php and if possible, it needs to have this functionality on a file scale. Enabling developers to have compatabilty for plugins that don't match wordpress or joomla version they're using.
Hey, it's not jumping out at me where I can use the WHM interface to see what version of PHP (and MySQL for that matter) is installed and running on the server.
Easy to achieve at the command, but surely something that WHM should be reporting too?
Where should I be looking?
We're still using PHP 5.2.x on our shared servers, since there are still so many people who have incompatible scripts with PHP 5.3 or higher.
However, we have more and more customers who are asking for PHP 5.3 and PHP 5.4.
I know CloudLinux has the "PHP Selector" utility, but...
My PCI scan says that I need to be running PHP 5.4.0+ and /scripts/easyapache only shows v5.3.18 and 5.4.8 as options. I would just update to 5.4.8 but it says experimental. Should I just go with 5.4.8 or is there something special I need to do to upgrade to a version between 5.4. and 5.4.8?
I tried to update my PHP 5.3.14 to 5.4.4 (EasyApache), but I can not select "PHP Handler" (none) and "Default PHP Version" (empty).
I've tried: http://forums.cpanel.net/f5/php-handler-none-281501.html#post1176111