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How do I set my Linux site to use PHP 5.3?
Posted by Diego Cousinet on 17 February 2011 03:27 PM

Option 1: You use our Name Servers.

You will need the change the domain template for the domain to "System: Default (Linux PHP5.3)".

 

Option 2: You do not use our Name Servers.

You need to change your DNS to point your CNAME records for WWW traffic to web-53.mydns.net.nz, or the A record for WWW traffic to 119.47.114.163 

You can update your non www record ("@" record in Web Drive system) to 119.47.114.163 as well.

PHP versions available for your site:

web-53.mydns.net.nz. 119.47.114.163 Standard Linux Web Cluster (PHP5.3, APC)
web.mydns.net.nz 119.47.114.164 Alternative Linux Web Cluster (PHP4)
php5.mydns.net.nz 119.47.114.165 Alternative Linux Web Cluster (PHP5.2)


Note: Our PHP 5.3 cluster runs APC for extra performance.

tags: php5 php5.3 php4 caching cache apc

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