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I understand that PHP 5.5 is required to run version 4.1.  If I upgrade our server to run PHP 5.5, will this effect our 3.4 sites?  In another words, can 3.4 sites run on 5.5?  I've also noticed that the latest version of PHP is 5.6.22 - should I just upgrade that with a mix of 3.4 and 4.1 sites or ? ?

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2 minutes ago, RevengeFNF said:

The last version of php is 7.0 and not 5.6.

IPB 3.4 works till version 5.6, so you are good and i suggest you to built 5.6 instead of 5.5.

It's only showing up to the 5.6 for me - should I leave Apache @ 2.2.31 or 2.4.18 ?

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28 minutes ago, Rhett said:

apache 2.4 and php 5.6 is perfect. 

php7 is not officially supported by many a this time, which is why you don't see it on the release version you are using in whm . 

Thanks for taking the time to reply, Rhett.  That's what we'll do ;)

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@Rhett After you choose the Apache and PHP version, there's a screen which has two options:

Save only (do NOT build) or Save and Build.  What's your take on which to go with.  I am leaving whatever options are checked on the short options list and exhaustive options list the way that they are....

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Moving to Apache 2.4 and PHP 5.6 should result in a decent speed increase for you as well.  Make sure you select the proper encoder for your site in the exhaustive items list if you are using Nexus.

 

Save and Build.... then go get a sandwich because it will take a while. 

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4 minutes ago, CheersnGears said:

Moving to Apache 2.4 and PHP 5.6 should result in a decent speed increase for you as well.  Make sure you select the proper encoder for your site in the exhaustive items list if you are using Nexus.

 

Save and Build.... then go get a sandwich because it will take a while. 

No Nexus.  I remember waaaaayyyyyyyy back when Cheers and Gears covered a lot of GM stuff - way different looking now.

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