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php 5.6 not activatable (ea-php56 or alt-php56)

Discussion in 'CloudLinux' started by gildas, Mar 2, 2018.

  1. gildas

    gildas Active Member

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    Hello,

    currently, version 5.6 of php can not be actiév on our domains.
    the domain on which we have activated version 5.6 (ea-php56 or alt-php56), remains in any case on php 7.0 (information available from a phpinfo).

    Do you know where this concern will come from?

    Information: easyphp version 5.6 is active, and also on LVE.

    Best Regards,
     
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    Hello,

    Can you verify the specific steps you took to change the PHP version on the domain name?

    Thank you.
     
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    Hello,

    to modify the php version of a domain, I go to the "MultiPHP Manager" section and then select the php version that I want to set up in the drop-down menu (I select the domain on which I want to perform this action by before) .

    This type of problem is present since the update of the cpanel in version 68.0.29

    on the image we can see that we have in php 5.6 but on a phpinfo we remain in version 7.0
     

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    Hello,

    There are some considerations to understand when using PHP Selector with CloudLinux. Please review the following CloudLinux documentation to review these considerations:

    PHP Selector > Control Panel Integration > cPanel

    Let us know if this helps.

    Thank you.
     
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    Hello,
    thx for you anwser

    Maybe, on the php 5.6 version associated with CLoudLinux the module php mysql / mysqli are not active, visible via a phpinfo: phpinfo()

    yet on LVE STAT (heading "selector") these modules are well activated, is there an update of versioin 5.6 php to perform?
     
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