Discussion in 'General' started by rogershado, Aug 23, 2013.
Is it me or is it thrue that its only possible for admin to chance phpversion for a site
BUMP: Client change php version for site
Any one please answer
because as i see it the site owner (client) should be able to change php version
if not any idea to make this possible whitout breaking any standard code or security
Maybe you have the additional php versions assigned to a user under system->additional php versions
If a version is assigned to a client, only that client or admin can use it.
Thank you for your answer but no php version are assign to any one
as you see on the pic
admin can change and see php versions
but user can only se default
oh by the way forgot my info
ispconfig 22.214.171.124 running on debian whezzy
different php version made by using this
Is php mode fcgi and/or fpm enabled in the client limits for the client?
Yes but since we only use fsat-cgi on all site/client on that are activate in site but on option both are aviable
only way to get it avaible is to in usertype set user to admin instead of user
and that is not an option i think
i am total lost here
No, setting to type admin will grant a lot of rights you don't want them to have.
Please have a look into the web_domain table of dbispsconfig database. Check the settings for "sys_perm_user", "sys_perm_group", "sys_userid" and "sys_groupid" for the domain_id of the record.
it looks like this
Oh wait a second. It is a bug in 126.96.36.199 that is corrected in svn.
Here is a patch file that just fixes this issue.
Apply it with
patch -p0 < patch.txt
Thank you very very much the patch make the trick
Just for those, who get to this thread with the same problem:
http://www.ispconfig.org/download/patches/ (Patch ID: 3053_phpversion)
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