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How to install MySQL with EasyApache 4 for PHP Version 7.0

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by Nirjonadda, Oct 31, 2016.

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  1. Nirjonadda

    Nirjonadda Well-Known Member

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    Please let me know that How to install MySQL with EasyApache 4 for PHP Version 7.0? I have an one addon that are requirements PHP extensions: mysql. Our addon are no more working after converted from EA3.
     

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    Hello, PHP 7 does not support the mysql extension. The mysqli extension is still available with PHP 7.
     
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    HOW? I do not see the option and all of my stuff is down do to this. I do not like Easyapache4 at all.

    Hopefully just uninstalling mysql native drivers will do it.

    Nope. Still no MySQLi WTF cpanel?? My entire ads system and lead processing systems are down now. Great.
     
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    Nevermind, I uninstalled then reinstalled MySQLND and it was fine.
     
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    Hello @Jeff P.,

    An internal case is open with our documentation team to provide clearer instructions on how to determine the package that installs a specific PHP extension. For example, to query the package that installs the ea-php70-php-mysqli extension, you can run the following command:

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    repoquery -q --whatprovides 'ea-php70-php-mysqli' | sort -V | tail -1
    As you can see in the results, it lets you know the mysqlnd package is required:

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    # repoquery -q --whatprovides 'ea-php70-php-mysqli' | sort -V | tail -1
    ea-php70-php-mysqlnd-0:7.0.13-1.1.2.cpanel.x86_64
    Thank you.
     
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