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Upgrade to Php 5.0.4

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by black&white, Dec 30, 2005.

  1. black&white

    black&white Well-Known Member

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    Hi,
    i would want to upgrade my servers to php 5.0.4: could i have problems for that?

    Is it possible to have all modules actually installed with php 4.4.1 ? (xlst in particulary)

    There are other problems?

    I can do it using easyapache?

    Thank you for you help
     
  2. ianmarie

    ianmarie Well-Known Member

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    I have the same issue - after an upgrade - as xlst is not presented as an option
    have logged a support ticket - but would eb good to have soem info in the forum about how to add the extra's
    affects Joomla / Expose4 installation
     
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    troxalias Well-Known Member

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    You can install both Php4 and Php5 on your servers. However i would be very careful upgrading to php5 as many application are incompatible with php4. If you have the option, upgrade to php5 on a new server, move your clients to that server (talking with them, troubleshooting issues etc) and when you are done and sure that your hosting sites work as expected, upgrade php to the original server and move them back. It seems to be an overkill but if you want minimum downtime and maximum client experience probably that's the only safe way.
     
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    cPanelDavidG Technical Product Specialist

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    Just a head's up that the original post was over 2 years old. PHP 4.4.1 and 5.0.4 are no longer supported. Only PHP 4.4.5-4.4.8 and 5.2.0-5.2.5 are currently supported as of this post. For builds that do not yet have PHP 4.4.8 support, PHP 4.4.4 is still supported.
     
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