Updating php version
This is often due to a version no longer being supported by
Custom Trigger Benchmarking ACT has a new window for finding expensive Custom Triggers that might cause ACT to lag behind in CT parsing.
I am also using Parallels Plesk and have checked that this is on PHP5.3 Support.
But how do I actually update PHP to something higher than 22.214.171.124? 'Version information: 126.96.36.199' - it is version of phpmyadmin but not php. Latest Plesk 12.5 version has multiple PHP feature with support of PHP7.
phpmyadmin also was updated recently in one of latest Plesk updates. That's possibly where I was getting confused then.
My Plesk shows that I am operating ' PHP version is 5.3.3' - which I believe is fairly recent?
If the CT parsing engine lags behind over 1,000 lines compared to the combat parsing engine, a sliding popup may appear asking if you wish to run said benchmark.
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Fast CGI runs PHP scripts through mod_fastcgi which eliminates the startup overhead for each script.
You can change your PHP version by following these steps: If you are using a custom file that references PHP modules that are not available in your selected version, your site may not work.Before making the switch, you need to be aware of backwards compatibility issues with scripts: Older PHP coding may not be compatible with newer versions of PHP.