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Switching to HTTP/2

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by panit, Mar 21, 2019.

  1. panit

    panit Active Member

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    I would like to switch to HTTP/2. My server is running WHM 78.0.18, EA4 and CloudLinux. There are a few sites on the server still using php 5.3. Will switching to HTTP/2 cause any problems given that setup?
     
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    Does anyone know which site I can post on to find this answer?
     
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    HTTP relates to your webserver.

    PHP is a scripting language.

    Whatever version of PHP you use, it won't be affected by the web server being used.

    Although, I will point out, PHP 5.3 is end of life and has been for some time.
     
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    My main concern is CloudLinux. I asked previously about updating Maria and the posts all said no problem. I did it and had a number of problems. I would like to avoid that this time, if possible. I did look through the documentation as well as other posts but none mentioned compatibility issues, or the lack thereof, with CloudLinux. Thus my question.
     
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