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SOLVED What happened to checkboxes for PHP extensions?

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by Jim Ratliff, Jan 11, 2018.

  1. Jim Ratliff

    Jim Ratliff Member

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    I'm using cPanel 68.0.25. There is a lot of documentation around the web showing a module

    cPanel » Software » Select PHP Version

    that allows you to (a) choose your PHP version but, more importantly for me, (b) check boxes to select extensions such as OPcache. (See for example: Manage PHP and PHP settings in cPanel - Interserver Tips .)

    But when I look at my cPanel, I don't have "Select PHP Version". I do have "MultiPHP Manager," which allows me to set the PHP version per domain, and "MultiPHP INI Editor". But I don't see anything that allows me, for example, to enable OPcache with a single click of a mouse.

    Has that capability been removed from cPanel? Or, if not, where would I find it?
     
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    The facility that you see in the web page you refer to is provided by the PHP Selector provided by Cloudlinux and the alt-php packages.

    If you only see the MultiPHP Manager that is included by default in cPanel, you probably do NOT have Cloudlinux/alt-php installed
    **OR**
    (if you do have Cloudlinux/alt-php installed) you have the PHP Selector disabled in the feature list for the package you are using for that particular account.

    See CloudLinux Documentation for further information
     
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  3. Jim Ratliff

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    Thanks, @rpvw. That resolves that mystery. I have a VPS (rather than shared tenancy) so don't have Cloudlinux.
     
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    cPanelMichael Technical Support Community Manager
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    I've marked this thread as solved.

    Thanks!
     
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