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PeteA
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Post by PeteA » Sun Jul 22, 2007 8:26 am

Hi,

Due to PHP's imminent no-support of PHP version 4, is there any intention of upgrading the various reseller servers to PHP version 5? Was just wondering as I know that at my last job, upgrading to version 5 caused numerous issues with some scripts/pages and it would be nice to have 5 months to perform migration tests, rather than a few weeks.

thanks

Pete A
(ref http://www.php.net/ article posted on 13-Jul-2007)

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Re: PHP4

Post by porcupine » Mon Jul 23, 2007 2:57 am

PeteA wrote:Hi,

Due to PHP's imminent no-support of PHP version 4, is there any intention of upgrading the various reseller servers to PHP version 5? Was just wondering as I know that at my last job, upgrading to version 5 caused numerous issues with some scripts/pages and it would be nice to have 5 months to perform migration tests, rather than a few weeks.

thanks

Pete A
(ref http://www.php.net/ article posted on 13-Jul-2007)
We'll likely be upgrading from PHP4 to PHP5 near the end of the year. Nick will be coordinating this, and will contact resellers/shared customers with reasonable warning (a few weeks to a month) when the date/time has been decided.
Myles Loosley-Millman
Priority Colo Inc.
myles@prioritycolo.com
http://www.prioritycolo.com

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