Discussion in 'Plesk 12.x for Linux' started by IgorG, Oct 20, 2015.
yes.. give it a go.. cant do any harm
I did, still same.
12.5.30 Update 39
4 July 2016
PHP 5.5 was updated to version 5.5.37.
PHP 5.6 was updated to version 5.6.23.
PHP 7.0 was updated to version 7.0.8.
Opening a scheduled backup task in the Plesk interface enabled the “Mail configuration and content” and “User files and databases” options for that task (PPPM-4160, PPPM-4657).
After this update, everything crashed , allmost
hi, why continius kept v5.5 as 5.6 for os vendor? becoz 7.1 is coming but i know is still in beta.
can you immagine that there are people running software on the server that will not work with 7.x and hence need the stable and prooven 5.x?
i anyway know such people, me including
yep i forget the detailles: yes but had 5.6.x why 5.5.x "part of 5.x" is continued? when if the repo sources not continued principaly to 5.5.x, what did you do?
All PHP versions provided with Plesk are stable releases.
When PHP code does not run properly with specific PHP versions, it simply is "bad" (non-refactored) code.
I would strongly recommend to discontinue applications that are not adapted to run properly on PHP7, since it is a clear indication of a lack of commitment to update code properly.
Ioncube Loader for Plesk PHP 7? Any chance to be included?
We will add ioncube for our PHP7 package in one of nearest updates.
Good news. Thank you.
I'm running into problems with custom Plesk PHP packages and the Plesk autoinstaller.
1. We want to run a newer version of ImageMagick so I have installed the rpm packages from http://www.imagemagick.org/download/linux/CentOS/x86_64 and removed the old ImageMagick and plesk-php56-imagick rpms via yum.
2. I can compile the new PHP imageMagick module using pecl and the instructions provided here: https://devblog.plesk.com/2015/08/adding-custom-php-modules-in-plesk/
3. Everything is working fine until Plesk does an update or you run the Plesk autoinstaller . The Plesk autoinstaller force installs the old plesk-php56-imagick packages again and errors because of the newer ImageMagick installed.
Why is the Plesk autoinstaller trying to re-install PHP packages I've already removed via yum? I don't believe that Plesk should have any dependency on ImageMagick. Also I tried adding the ImageMagick and plesk-php56-imagick packages to the exclude in the plesk plesk-php5.6.repo but the Plesk installer ignores it and tries to re-install them again
Package plesk-php56-imagick is a part of the PHP5.6 component in autoinstaller. Therefore all packages for this component will be updated by autoinstaller. It is expected behavior. As a possible workaround, you can create empty dump package plesk-php56-imagick with the highest version like 5.6.99 and install it instead of an original package. In this case, this package will not be updated by autoinstaller. I have not tested it but you can try.
Yes that's what I thought. I'll try your suggestion thanks!
I have shared my experience in the below link. Closely monitoring the server for the last two days to find the odd behavior. I am not happy with current performance meanwhile i don't want to mark bad until I am 100% sure . I know you people do a great job.
investigating your issue(s) in your thread "timeout and strange issues with php-fpm", I can't see any relation to Plesk - PHP - versions, even that you post as well a single log - entry with the error - message "FCGI: attempt to connect to Unix domain socket /var/www/vhosts/system/domain.com/php-fpm.sock (*) failed", which only leads to an non working - PHP-FPM - service. Pls. consider to investigate issues and the possible root causes first, before you consider to share your opion about it - it is rather irritating and confusing to share an opinion about the apache - modules "mod_fcgid" and "mod_proxy_fcgi" and the used apache - version ( all thes packages are not even shipped by Plesk at all ), while this thread is related to the Plesk - PHP - versions.
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