[BlueOnyx:23841] Re: Problem with ImageMagick!! - Update of ImageMagick

Brent Epp brent at pdc.ca
Thu May 14 15:00:35 -05 2020


Hi Michael,

Yes, those command outputs line up.  This is copied straight from the shell:

# rpm -q --whatprovides /home/solarspeed/php-5.6/lib/httpd/libphp5.so
PHP56-5.6.40-3.x86_64

# strings /home/solarspeed/php-5.6/lib/httpd/libphp5.so | grep X-Powered-By
X-Powered-By: PHP/5.6.40

However, I think this did the trick:

1. under "Server Management" / "Security" / "PHP Settings", set default version to 5.6.40 and make all installed versions available

2. under "Site Management" / [site] / "Web" and "PHP", switch the execution modes around a few times and eventually it sorts itself out.

No more notice message on the PHP settings in the site manager and phpinfo() now reports 5.6.40 with DSO and mod_ruid2.

Thanks!
  - Brent

On 2020-05-14 14:42, Michael Stauber wrote:
> Hi Brent,
>
>> Sorry for top-posting, but I just want to bring to your attention that
>> this isn't resolved.
> Can you please run the following commands and check what they return?
>
> #> rpm -q --whatprovides /home/solarspeed/php-5.6/lib/httpd/libphp5.so
>
> This should report:
>
> PHP56-5.6.40-3.x86_64
>
> #> strings /home/solarspeed/php-5.6/lib/httpd/libphp5.so
> |grep X-Powered-By
>
>
> This should report:
>
> X-Powered-By: PHP/5.6.40
>
>
>> Site Management > [site] > Services > Web: 5.6.36
> Please go to "Server Management" / "Security" / "PHP Settings" and check
> what PHP versions it reports there. When you access the page, it'll
> fetch the latest available version numbers and it wouldn't hurt if you
> (just once) saved the page after loading it to make that data available
> to Vsites.
>



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