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Upgrading Php

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by pould, Nov 24, 2008.

  1. pould

    pould Basic Pleskian

    Jan 20, 2008
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    Can anyone tell me how to upgrade php within Plesk? I'm currently running Plesk 8.6 with CentOS and the version of php is 4.3.6.

    Please be gentle - I'm not that familiar with Linux!!!
  2. unika

    unika Guest

    Plesk itself runs independently of server's PHP version. Latest Plesk version runs on PHP5. Therefore, if you can install PHP on OS, it will be fine with Plesk.
    You simply download all needed PHP5 rpm packages from official PHP web site and install them (rpm -Uvh package_name.rpm). One thing is you might also need this package to get rid of some dependencies error:


    It was compiled by Plesk developers for RHEL4 and Centos4.

    Additional information from parallels team read here: