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PHP upgrade?





medesignz
Is there any plans in the near future to upgrade the PHP on the FriHost Server?
alvarorojas4
Same question here Smile
neiesc
I also agree, by the vulnerability
http://www.frihost.com/forums/vt-153520.html
medesignz
MediaWiki Wordpress integration requires the latest version to function correctly Sad
sysna
PHP upgrade is good but it is bad also, many functions will show you deprecated warnings and you need to disable warnings. But 5.3.x is a good suggestion because it is now i think the most popular version that most service providers are using.

By the way i'm on server 1 , so my php version is : 5.3.25 Very Happy
Nyasro
I think frihost should upgrade PHP Smile
k_s_baskar
I afraid my old php scripts won't support new php version Sad
sonam
k_s_baskar wrote:
I afraid my old php scripts won't support new php version Sad


It will be solved with different extensions and htaccess. I have created one site on the server where old version have .php and new .php5.

Sonam
Marcuzzo
If PHP is upgraded and you get a bunch of warnings, just disable them
Code:
error_reporting(0);


I think that it's better to have php upgraded and put in a little work to get the code modified then it is to have an out dated php version
crystalkey
I also agree that PHP 5.4 should be used on all servers. I have a script that will not run on anything lower than 5.4.
alvarorojas4
Any news about this?
sonam
alvarorojas4 wrote:
Any news about this?


I don't think so. Sad

Sonam
alvarorojas4
I'm still waiting for this Sad
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