Hello, everyone, I would like to completely remove PHP 5.6 and PHP 7.0 from my server. I've been going through each page by hand and have manually switched to 7.3 or 7.4. (I'm sure there would have been an automatic possibility to do this via phpMyAdmin, I suppose?) The packages are installed via sury and available as selectable versions. Is it enough if I execute an "apt remove php5.6*" via the shell? The Apache modules have been disabled for a long time. I still noticed that all sockets are still stored in /var/lib/php5-fpm/, no matter which version is used for the website. This is probably due to the config (see screenshot). Which path should I enter there so that no problems occur? I assume that I will delete the corresponding directories when "purging" PHP 5.6. By the way, I noticed that when I switch to PHP 7.3 FPM I always have to restart via "systemctl restart php7.3-fpm", otherwise it leads to a "service unavailable". Is it recommended to set the mode from reload to restart and install the incron trigger? I would be grateful for a few tips. Thanks a lot.