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  • osras1
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    Thanks guys, but expecially Replicant. You are GOD! What a terrible week!!! I will worry about the upgrade another time(with some help..lol) Im so ecstatic that the OSRAS members and I can use my site again. Until we talk again! A early HAPPY THANKSGIVING EVERYONE!!!

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  • Replicant
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    See post #13. That's the first thing I checked. Setting php version per directory is not available in this particular Bluehost package. It is a nice feature to have though. I have it too.

  • William Thomas Jr
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    https://my.bluehost.com/cgi/help/551

    Just found this. I was curious because I have never had to restart apache on the server nor is it an option in the cpanel with Siteground. I take it that all php versions running on the server allows for quick change without restarting just by using htaccess.

    This is from bluehost which allows for this option. It looks like it does require the htaccess line if that option is selected.

    " PHP Single php.ini

    To avoid copying the same php.ini file to each and every directory containing php files, you may select PHP Single php.ini. This option changes the php handler defined in ~/public_html/.htaccess to indicate that all subfolders use the same php.ini found in public_html/.

    Note: The .htaccess php handler is recursive through all subdirectories unless a subdirectory has a .htaccess file also defining a php handler."

  • Replicant
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    Here's the vb_test results Mark.B
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  • Replicant
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    Well, the .htaccess in that directory would probably affect the phpinfo if that were the case.

  • William Thomas Jr
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    You crack me up. Just came to mind because siteground has multiple php versions on the cloud server but my site designates by that htaccess file.

  • Replicant
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    .htaccess is just a file, it doesn't say anything ........just kidding, I don't think that would have this effect on it.

  • William Thomas Jr
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    Does it matter what .htaccess says? Was just curious whether the host changed: AddHandler application/x-httpd-php56 .php

  • Replicant
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ID:	4359674 I just took this screenshot from Osras's admincp after he reuploaded the 5.2.1 files to get the site working again.....somewhat. Can't login in the frontend for some reason, but the admincp is reporting 5.6.27 as the php version.

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  • Replicant
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    If phpinfo is reporting 5.6 in the forum directory, wouldn't that indicate that the web server is executing ver 5.6? I looked at this for Osras, and while I agree that the web server should be restarted, after looking at the php.ini in the forum directory, it is listing ver 5.6 as the executable and phpinfo is reporting it. It's the first time I've ever seen anything like this happen.

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  • Mark.B
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    Originally posted by osras1 View Post
    So if they wont do Im screwed then
    They shouldn't be refusing. They have (presumably) upgraded php for you, they ought to know that an Apache restart is required once this is complete.

    You can try this file also....unzip it and upload the php file to your forum folder, then load it in the browser, put in your database credentials (they will be in core/includes/config.php) and tell me what version of php it reports.
    Attached Files

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  • In Omnibus
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    Bluehost used to be the best, then they were purchased by GoDaddy ... and now you know half the problem.

  • osras1
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    So if they wont do Im screwed then

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  • Mark.B
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    If they've upgraded php and not restarted Apache, then that is most likely the cause of the problem. Them saying they won't restart doesn't change that - they need to restart it.

    Shared hosts run into this pretty often and just saying 'No' is not a satisfactory answer.

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  • osras1
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    Wayne, Mark,Glenn,Lynne, and others you are all great techs...what would you do if you were in my shoes now

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