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    Php 4.3.5

    Php 4.3.5 has been released. To upgrade run the following as root:
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    cd /usr/local/directadmin/customapache
    ./build clean
    ./build update
    ./build php
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    Does it keep all our setting such as Zend?
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    Yes it will keep all your Zend Settings. The only problem I ran into was I also use mmcache and it needed to be recoompiled for this php 4.3.5. Of course it gave no indication that was the problem. On my Solaris box at home it just wouldn't load it, the DA box just didn't start the httpd service.

    Luckily I quickly recompiled mmcache and apache started again happily.

    So, if you use mmcache, you should plan on recompiling that as well, or your web server may not start.

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    Ug, I hate recompiles.
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    I'm glad I asked
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    It may keep the settings for Zend, but ZO is not forwards compatable in most cases (ie: it was setup for 4.3.4 and may need to be reinstalled for 4.3.5 , etc).
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    I had to upgrade Zend any way, I upgraded Whois.cart() and it needed at least version 2.5.0 Zend Optimizer.

    Zend doesn't care too much about which version of php it is, but if you get something encoded with the latest version , then you need the latest optimizer to decode them. That is why I needed the upgrade.

    Perhaps DA could include the latest version, I see the latest one for DA is still 2.1.0, while the latest Zend version is 2.5.1.

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    Hello,

    Thanks for the post, I'll update the build script to the new version of zend.

    John

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    I think there is something wrong with PHP 4.3.5 See topic: http://www.directadmin.com/forum/sho...&threadid=2786

    The last post about the Iframe!

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    I cant see a standard php source package containing that, recompilation of php wont modify or harm webmail in any way also...

    I can give you a fair bit of assurance that its got nothing to do with the php update.

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    specific bug in PHP 4.3.5 with fsockopen()

    There is a confirmed bug with fsockopen() in PHP 4.3.5 - at least its confirmed for me

    We got some clients complaining that webmail is not working after we upgraded to 4.3.5 yesterday. Checked and was getting fsockopen errors in logs

    fsockopen(): php_network_getaddresses: getaddrinfo failed: Name or service not known

    Recompiled php 5 times changing options and even a suggested fix in ./main/php_config.h --- however, nothing worked.

    Rolled back to PHP 4.3.4 and voila - it was working again. That's a confirmed bug in my books.

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    How do we rollback using the custom apache build system?

    Thanks,
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    edit /usr/local/directadmin/customapache/build

    Change the php version to 4.3.4

    ./build php

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    PHP 4.3.6 is now out.

    Not many changes, but I suppose, it's worth the upgrade
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    Ok, build system updated for 4.3.6. Same steps as for 4.3.5.

    John

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    Just updated.

    But only worked after I restarted httpd again!
    I have been using DA since 2004!

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    Yes, you have to restart httpd after updating PHP.
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    Now it's PHP 4.3.7's turn
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    Originally posted by l0rdphi1
    Now it's PHP 4.3.7's turn

    Guy, Your notification is faster than a mailing list~

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    Already updated

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