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PHP and MySQL version

Discussion in 'Database Discussions' started by Israel_Paya, Nov 4, 2016.

  1. Israel_Paya

    Israel_Paya Active Member

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    I have a customer who needs to install Moodle in a hosting in my server. The Moodle requirements are high.

    The actual PHP version in my server is 5.4.39. Is there a way I can update to version 5.6? If so, would this affect to the websites already installed in my server?

    Also, the MySQL version in my server is 5.5.52. Is there a way I can update to version 5.6? If so, would this affect to the websites already installed in the server?

    Thank you for your support.
     
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    Install - Removed - with it you can change the PHP version in each account separately.
    - Removed -

    Database only in WHM searching for SQL you will find the option Mysql/MariaDB Upgrade.

    Once the update is done, there is no way to return it, make sure that any site only works with mysql 5.5 before
     
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  3. Israel_Paya

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    Thank you for your reply.

    Removed? How can I install?
     
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    Hello,

    1. It looks like you are using EasyApache 3. The following document provides information about EasyApache 3, which you can use to upgrade the version of PHP on your system:

    Introduction to EasyApache - EasyApache - cPanel Documentation

    Once you install PHP 5.6, it's installed system-wide. Multiple versions of PHP are not supported in EasyApache 3.

    2. You can update MySQL via "WHM Home >> Software >> MariaDB/MySQL Upgrade". The option is documented at:

    MySQL or MariaDB Upgrade - Documentation - cPanel Documentation

    Thank you.
     
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    Thank you so much for your support.
     
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