I made a huge mistake and upgraded my linux server (CentOS). I'm not ready for the version of php and I need to restore it. Its in a business environment and I need to get this back to working soon. I have backups (from three days ago) of the directories and their data. Would it...could it be as simple as overwriting the php, apache and mysql files (not the databases!) with what I've backed up??
If so...what should look for in replacing for each of these to be sure its back to working??
Please...and thanks to whoever helps me out. I'm in a state of desperation right now.
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