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2 PHP versions 2 mysql versions

Discussion in 'Database Discussions' started by t9clkclnr, Jul 7, 2005.

  1. t9clkclnr

    t9clkclnr Well-Known Member

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    I know this has been answered before but my searches are turning up nothing.

    my WHM/phpmyadmin phpinfo reports:
    PHP Version 4.3.11
    mySql Version 4.1.10

    using phpinfo on a clients account it reports this:
    PHP Version 4.3.9
    mySql Version 4.0.23

    should i be concerned in anyway? could this affect memory load on a server?
     
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    lankyb Well-Known Member

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    Mines slightly out too

    I think its dependent on the last time you compiled apache or something... the last time i compiled it was when i did some form of update... that included me updating the mysql to 4.0.24, this is what is shown in cPanel, but the phpinfo() shows that 4.1.10 now.

    Its not really a problem, my customers do not notice.... aslong as the server is work they are happy, and no it will have no effect on your memory load.
     
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    The difference indicates that the last time you updated apache/php it did not work. You should try rebuilding it as both should be in synch as they're both built in sequence using the same build information. It's most important that the client phpadmin is correct and in your case it is not.
     
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    Sorry i got mine from the phpmyadmin... not whatever i put in my last post..... and if its still a problem, i'll fix it later :)
     
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    t9clkclnr Well-Known Member

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    I thought so..

    Thanks chirpy,

    I thought I was going to have to do another update. regarding the update, if my clients are running the older version of mysql and php but the server is a new version, should I anticipate the typical problems encountered for both:

    example:
    PHP: session issues with 4.3.11 (files vs. user handling) experienced on another server
    MYSQL: old password table issues ?

    I'm sure there is no way around this. So to answer my own question, yes i will anticipate user complaints for a while. :D

    my terminology & explanation might be clouded i hope its understandable.

    thanks for the responses.
     
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