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Skip update to PHP 7.0.26, 7.1.11?

Discussion in 'CloudLinux' started by LoadFactor, Dec 12, 2017.

  1. LoadFactor

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    There are some well known issues with 7.0.26 and 7.1.12 that cause the NextGEN Gallery plugin in Wordpress to error and core dump. I can manually downgrade with:

    yum downgrade alt-php7*

    But upcp (rightly) puts the current versions back. I tried editing /etc/yum.conf and adding these exclusions:

    alt-php70-7.0.26* alt-php71-7.1.12*

    But upcp seems to overwrite those changes and I get the broken PHP versions again.

    Is there any way to set things up so these versions are skipped? Ideally, I'd like to step from 7.0.25 to 7.0.27 automatically as soon as it's available.
     
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  3. LoadFactor

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    Thanks! That's very useful information and I will pass it along. I'd still like to skip this version of PHP though... something else is too likely to trip over it.

     
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    I saw versionlock, but I was hoping I'd missed a solution that didn't involve the word "manually". Guess I'm stuck.

    Thanks for your help, Jacob.
     
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