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Upgrade to PHP 4.3.10 how?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by BrooksBridges, Dec 17, 2004.

  1. BrooksBridges

    BrooksBridges Well-Known Member

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    Hey all, I've run the updatenow, and upcp scripts, but I'm still stuck on php 4.3.9. Due to the recent announcement on slashdot, this is getting more press, and I'd like to get this updated asap. Can someone give me a few suggestions on where to start since it doesn't seem to be in CURRENT yet? I'm running WHM 9.9.9 cPanel 9.9.9-C13 if it matters.

    Thanks!
    -Brooks
     
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    I'm going to try and do this today as well.

    FYI... some info on WHT about the upgrade and ZEND is at 2.5.7.

    They are saying to make sure you upgrade ZEND at the same time.
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    Thanks for the heads up. I had done that a little bit ago based on info I found in a thread from yesterday about the new php breaking things. I just upgraded and verified Zend about 30 min ago, but have yet to find how to get php upgraded. I really don't want to do it "manually" as I'm afraid of it messing with things... cpanel seems to be somewhat finicky about having things the way it wants them :rolleyes:
     
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    I have not upgraded yet, but look in your WHM and click the "rebuild apache" links and you should see the different PHP versions with 4.3.10 being an option. I have not done this yet because I'm not sure this is the best way, but at least it's listed.
    I'm wondering if using this will break mod_security or any of the other modules that are not installed by default..... back to reading.

    You wanna try it first :D
     
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    lol... I'll go check that out now... wish me luck :eek:
     
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    which section is the link in? I've dug through the whole left side list, and see nothing about "rebuild apache" (I'm using the x theme, if that info's needed)

    please point me in a direction?

    Thanks :D
     
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    ah hah "Update Apache" you confused me ;)

    off to break things... be back soon, I hope :eek:
     
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    Doesn't seem to be available...

    I just did an update of WHM/cpanel and easyapache is still listing 4.3.9 as the latest you can build to. I suspect cPanel hasn't yet released their version yet....
     
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    httpd started ok

    Build Complete

    PHP Version 4.3.10

    seems to have taken, and things are working so far... I'll update the thread if I notice any wierd crap. Thanks for pointing that out, I had overlooked it ;)

    -Brooks
     
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    It's listed in my WHM, but I have not tried a rebuild yet. I was waiting on someone else to break test it first.
     
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    Did you do Zend yet?
     
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    updating 2 machines now... hopefully all goes well :P
     
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    yeah, I had updated it earlier this morning when I had searched the threads and found this thread. All is well so far... all sites have been tested, and are working. YMMV, as always.
     
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    Thanks for the update :)
     
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