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two apache installations

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by pingu@, Mar 23, 2006.

  1. pingu@

    pingu@ Guest

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    i need to be able to run some of my sites on php 4.3 and others on php4.4. is this possible with some kind of dynamic php-module loading?
    or do i need to have two different apache installations, one compiled with php 4.3 and one with php 4.4? if so: is this possible with plesk?
     
  2. bleed2002

    bleed2002 Guest

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    anyone?

    i would be also quite interested if anybody has got this running..

    patrick
     
  3. Cye84

    Cye84 Guest

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    you can setup one apache installation and running .php43 files with a php 4.3 module and parse .php44 files with a php 4.4 module ...
     
  4. bleed2002

    bleed2002 Guest

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    decide by vhost

    unfortunately renaming the php files in php43/4php44 is no option for me, since it would cause trouble with too many installations.

    what would work if i could decide wich php to use within an vhost configuration, but is that possible, and if - how?

    thanks,
    patrick
     
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