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Old 3rd July 2013, 07:53
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Default ISPconfig 3.0.5 Nginx & PHP 5.2

Hello.

I'm missing support for PHP 5.2 in the current ISPconfig version.
The pool configurations for php-fpm are written in INI file format, but php 5.2 needs them to be in xml format.

Is there any patch for ISPconfig to get php 5.2 working properly with nginx/php-fpm?

I'm thinking about a option in the management page of addiotional php interpreters, that lets the user set the php-fpm config-format (INI php 5.3 or later / xml php 5.2 or earlier)

Do you know is someone hast done this already?

Regards, Jrgen
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Old 3rd July 2013, 11:34
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ISPConfig does not support php 5.2 on nginx servers due to the difference in php-fpm config syntax and there is no patch available for that as far as I know.
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