Upgrade PHP to at least PHP 7.1 notice

toplisek

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I have received many notices like Upgrade your PHP to at least PHP 7.1, before it's too late! When we be default 7.1 upgrade?
The PHP version 7.0 you are using has reached its End of Life (EOL)...
 

cPanelLauren

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Hello @toplisek

Is that how the message was worded exactly? If so it seems strange. Were these emails? If they were emails, if you look at the headers of the email where did they originate from?

PHP 7.0 is end of life and has been since January of this year. You can see the EOL schedule here PHP: Supported Versions
 

toplisek

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I mean it was not many using email but messages inside the application as it needs to be upgraded. I have an issue WHM latest version supported the updated version also in the stable PHP release. I have checked again. PHP: Supported Versions. Warning: The PHP versions PHP 5.5, PHP 5.6, and PHP 7.0 have reached EOL. We recommend that you update to a supported version of PHP. But WHM does not have an option to move to the latest 7.3. How to manage this in the correct way?
 

cPanelLauren

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Do you have the newer packages installed? If not, you can do this through EasyApache by going to WHM>>Software>>EasyApache4. Once they're installed you can assign them to domains by going to WHM>>Software>>MultiPHP Manager.
 

toplisek

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I do not get it anymore. It was quoted:
We're tentatively expecting to publish PHP version 7.3 with EasyApache 4 in 2019 around the time cPanel & WHM version 80 is released. You can follow the feature request for updates: 7.3. I have stable release: 82.0.13

Is it not updated with the current release?
 

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It isn't if you never added the PHP package to the server. We update the packages that are present but if it was never added to begin with, you'll need to add the package first.