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Mysql Upgrade issue.

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by mail2sacp, Jun 19, 2008.

  1. mail2sacp

    mail2sacp Well-Known Member

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    Hello,

    We have PHP 4 and PHP5 and they were working fine.

    For enabling GD for php5 we did easyapache but after completion we got PHP5 is default.

    So we would like to know that how can we get enable PHP4 default or let us know how can we use PHP4 now.

    If there is anyother way that we can use PHP5 default and use PHP4 than please update us.

    Thank you
    Mail2Sacp.
     
  2. DaveUsedToWorkHere

    DaveUsedToWorkHere Well-Known Member

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    You can compile both PHP 4 and 5 with EasyApache by selecting the check box next to each PHP version during the Apache build process. You can then choose which handlers to use for 4 and 5 under 'Service Configuration' >> 'Configure PHP and SuExec' in WHM. Site owners can determine which version to use in their cPanel interface.
     
  3. mambovince

    mambovince Well-Known Member

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    I requested my VPS provider to carry out this concurrent PHP4/PHP5 install, but they said would glady do it but PHP4 no longer supported.

    What is the stance for cPanel on this please?

    Many thanks,

    - Vince
     
  4. cPanelDavidG

    cPanelDavidG Technical Product Specialist

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    cPanel/WHM continues to support PHP 4. Note, PHP 4 reaches EOL on August 4, 2008. However, we will likely continue support for PHP 4 beyond EOL until it is deemed too much of a security risk to continue supporting PHP 4.

    I recommend upgrading to PHP 5 as soon as possible. Concurrency is largely intended to assist with migrating from PHP 4 to 5, not to excessively prolong the use of PHP 4.
     
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