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Latest PHP version for Plesk 7.5.4

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I would like to know which is the latest PHP version supported by PLesk 7.5.4. Thanks
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by:RQuadling
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I've sent an email to sales@swsoft.com. You could try the same. Maybe I'll get the response first!
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by:s_federici
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It is not urgent. I can wait for the answer they will send you.
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Plesk is fully compatible with PHP 4, it will work with PHP 5 but there are applications in the Application Vault that are not compatible so the core Plesk software will work but the AV applications will not work. PHP 6 is not supported at all.

Or so I'm told by Jennifer Thompson at swsoft.
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by:s_federici
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What I need to know is: is Plesk 7.5.4 compatible with PHP 4.3.10 for usage on production server? Jennifer should know it :-)
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by:floorman67
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yes it is compatible
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by:s_federici
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Ok, could you give me (or ask Jennifer) a URL showing this spec so that my provider can look at it and accept my request of upgrading my PHP version without having to worry about server stability?
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floorman67 earned 125 total points
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it should be in your providers documentation.

a decent provider would peruse this documentation before asking you to request it, since they are the party who licensed the product, then sold the serrvice to you, their customer.

Seems they dont even know their own responsibilities.

However ... here you go ...

Plesk 7.5.4 reloaded now supports php5 and because of php's backwards compatability, it means that previous versions will work.

You can find this (took me 30 seconds) at the Plesk Knowlegebase.

http://kb.swsoft.com/search.php?qtext=7.5.4&qprod=any&qtype=EV&qusing=AllWords&Submit.x=6&Submit.y=8

I am currently running Plesk 7.5.4 (with PHP 5) and previously used php4 .3.1.0, so I know it work ..becasue i have used them on procuction servers.

Tell your provider todo their own leg work.

thats a real pet peave and would piss me off If I was paying them for service.

I would be looking for another provider LOL
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by:s_federici
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Thanks a lot. I awarded only fllorman67 (I didn't notice it was a different person). Please, RQuadling, go to new "Latest PHP version for Plesk 7.5.4" to get the points you deserve.
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Is the App Vault a different product?
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In reply to another email to Jennifer ...

There is nothing specifically indicating PHP versions. The rule of thumb is that Plesk supports a version of PHP that comes with OS.  It is indicated in the release notes for each Plesk supported OS:
ftp://download1.swsoft.com/Plesk/Plesk8.0/FedoraC4/psa-8.0.1-fc4.build80060713.16.i686.html

Also, you can take a look at our knowledge base articles about PHP:
http://kb.swsoft.com/article_19_1122_en.html
http://kb.swsoft.com/article_37_378_en.html

 
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Thanks
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