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Any Issues Upgrading from PHP4 to PHP5?

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by dtgorm, Dec 27, 2006.

  1. dtgorm

    dtgorm Guest

    Ok, I have CentOS with Plesk 8.0 and it has PHP Version 4.3.9
    I am wanting to move to PHP 5.x and was wondering if I were to update my PHP, would it break anything Plesk uses for administration...
    I have searched and read the forums but if there is an answer out there, I missed it or it doesnt yet exist.
    The company I pay to lease my server will not support Plesk if I update it to PHP5 myself unless I pay them $150/hr :( so that is out of the question.
  2. blank_page

    blank_page Regular Pleskian

    Dec 17, 2006
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    There should be no problem upgrading to php 5 regarding plesk. So if you are afraid to upgrade only in fear of breaking plesk, you should not.

    The great majority of the php scripts work if you change register_long_arrays to on in php.ini.(from your clients perspective).

    I think that php 5 is ready to be used.