In cPanel & WHM version 84, we upgraded the internal PHP from version 7.2 to 7.3. This document details the upgrade and the status of known issues.
We tested the internal PHP’s compatibility with packaged applications, such as phpMyAdmin. However, third-party plugin developers must verify that their applications function in the new version.
- Tier: NEXT 11.84.XXXX
- Build Number: 11.84.XXXX.XX
- Release Date: 9/XX/2019
- Notes: None.
You can downgrade from cPanel PHP version 7.3 back to cPanel PHP version 7.2. However, you must update the cPanel PHP and Horde settings in your local
rpm.versions file to do so. To update these settings, run the following commands:
Specific references to the PHP directory or extensions must use the following directory:
When you reference the PHP binaries, we recommend that you use the linked binaries in the following directory:
The php.ini file
Exercise extreme caution when you make changes to the
php.ini file. Errors could result in non-functional PHP scripts. Only advanced users should edit this file.
Each PHP version has its own
php.ini file. When you customize a
php.ini file, these edits do not transfer from one PHP version to another. When you upgrade to a new PHP version, you must edit the new version’s
php.ini file to add your customizations. The file resides in the following directory: