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Weird CPanel version issues

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Snowman30, Aug 15, 2005.

  1. Snowman30

    Snowman30 Well-Known Member
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    Ive just been pointed out a weird php issue on a couple of our servers...

    we recompiled apache and upgraded from php 4.3.11 to php4.4.0 and applied phpsuexec to the server...

    now phpinfo(); shows version 4.3.10, phpMyAdmin shows 4.3.11 and cpanels are reporting 4.3.10

    anyideas whats going on there????
     
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    The version in phpmyadmin is the cPanel compiled version of php and the one in cPanel/php scripts is the one run through apache. If they're out of sync or wrong then you must have had errors when you build apache/php. I suggest you run the rebuild again and this time look out for the errors and fix whatever problems you find.
     
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    Thanks

    I had assumed this was the case...

    Ive run easyapache option 6 twice and no errors are reported... it just doesnt upgrade
     
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    Then you should run it with the verbose option enabled and/or trawl through the upgrade logs in /home/cpapachebuild/...
     
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