Staying true to its promise, cPanel remains to be the hosting platform of choice as it continues to upgrade and improve its features. With the introduction of EasyApache 4, more features are also enhanced, thus, making your website hosting experience easier and more efficient. EasyApache 4 offers more options and provides automatic updates. It also provides simpler Apache and PHP installation method and updates.
One of the best advantages of upgrading to EasyApache 4 is that web hosting providers are now enabled to install multiple versions of PHP on their servers. This tool will empower you to experience an improved level of configuration and modification. In a nutshell, the multiPHP manager allows the user to set various PHP versions for servers, domains, and accounts. it also satisfies a wider range of customer needs and makes the PHP environment configuration easier.
It is important to note that the feature Inherit is the way that Apache will be able to determine a domain or a virtual host’s PHP version. Once you set a domain or account to use the Inherit feature, Apache will use the PHP version will set in the first .htaccess file that it will find in the domain file’s structure.
What can you get from the MultiPHP Manger?
Imagine if you can easily manage all the PHP versions you need in just one interface. That is what WHM’s MultiPHP Manager can do for you. You can directly manage the system’s default PHP version and the PHP version of any virtual host in the system. Basically the System PHP version is the global default for all accounts. Once you create a new account, the account then uses this version by default. However, you can opt to change the system default PHP. By simply editing in the System PHP version and choosing the PHP version you need, you can already change your default PHP.
It is important to note that WHM’s MultiPHP Manager interface is applicable only for available systems that are already upgraded to EasyApache 4.
How do you set PHP version for every domain?
If you are using EasyApache 4, it is important to note that each domain or virtual host can already use any currently installed PHP version. Here is the list of accounts:
You can simply use the search box if you have to look for specific domains, you can either input the domain name, account name, or the current PHP version of the domain. If you want to change a specific account’s PHP version, you can follow these steps: