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PHP5 and MySQL 5 posible with Plesk8?

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by morphy@, Oct 31, 2006.

  1. morphy@

    morphy@ Guest

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    Hello everybody

    I have a leased vServer with Virtuoso and Plesk 8.0 on it. The OS is SuSe 10.0 as 64bit Edition. I asked my provider if it is posible to install MySQL 5.0 and PHP5 without getting problems with Plesk but they said that they do not know and have not tried yet.

    Does anybody know if this is supported? I have not found any information about it in the documentation.

    If it is possible, what would be the best approach to do it? Does anybody know a tutorial for it?

    Many thanks in advance
    Morphy
     
  2. nibb@

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    Not sure about mysql but i think it suppose php5 since on the upgrade screen you can specify the path to a php5 installation. I suppose it works then with plesk. I guess you could be running both php5 and php4.
     
  3. jwdick

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    PHP 5 is no probem, but Plesk does not support ( is not compatible ) MySql 5 as yet.
     
  4. nibb@

    nibb@ Guest

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    Well my question is more simple. How do i update the php to a new version. For example i have 4.3.2 and i need 4.3.3

    I as told plesk uses the standard linux RPMS of php so can someone tell me wich commands to run on the SSH to upgrade my php? I dont have a clue. I use RHEL3.
     
  5. jwdick

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    The easiest way to is use yum and Art's repo packages at http://atomicrocketturtle.com Art developes his packages for use especially with Plesk.
     
  6. nibb@

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    Yes. I was told to use RPM to update. Im currently reading the RPM guide http://fedora.redhat.com/docs/drafts/rpm-guide-en/ch-intro-packaging.html since i dont have a clue on how to use RPM. I was told to use the defaults ones of Red Hat so Plesk will recognize then. As for up2date i already try that and it says php is already updated, wich it isnt of course. If someone could put a RPM php upgrade guide for dummies that would be great.
     
  7. nibb@

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    What do you mean? I was told to use the default RPM. I could only find this on the link you gave me:
    http://3es.atomicrocketturtle.com/packages/php/php-4.4.4-1.art.src.rpm

    This is the right one? And then what? Will plesk recognize this? If so i would highly apreciate on how to install it so plesk will recognize it. Thanks guys.
     
  8. jwdick

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  9. nibb@

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    Yes i did. I configure my up2date to use Rocket Turtle. But when you run up2date i see it tries to grab php5 so i press control C in a hurry, since i dont want php5 with plesk. Just the latest php4 would be fine. :mad:
     
  10. breun

    breun Golden Pleskian

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    ART dumped PHP 4.4.x because it was too much work to maintain and moved to PHP 5.x. PHP 5.x should run all your PHP 4.x code, but some apps indeed don't work correctly (yet).

    You could move to RHEL 4 and get PHP 4.3.9 with it. RHEL 5 is due in a couple of months, but that might come with PHP 5 and apparently you don't want that.
     
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