Changing PHP version not working on latest 2.1.2 update

For subdomain I will check and let you know

Have you found any issues with it?

Hi @usmannasir
I faced with this in last version that you updatet last night , I don’t know if related to the permissions or it’s old
Just want to know is it possible that subdomain use the other version of php ?

There was an issue but it was resolved 1-2 months back.

It wasn’t resolved, at least it isn’t in the latest stable now.

up to 2.3.1 latest version

then change the php to 8.0
reboot server

let me know

this is not a solution
but we are trying helping you out step by step

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I tried. Updated cyberpanel last night but still unable to change php version.
What can I try next? I am doing a website migration but the export plugin doesn ot support this php version. Both add-on domain and main domain do not change since I updated cyberpanel 2 weeks ago

[EDIT] I have changed Vhost php version and now it worked

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This saved me yeah. @Hulst88
You are right, editing the Vhost individually works!

But changing it using any of the two options CP provides does not work for 8.0 or up.
It works for 7.4 sometimes.

And yes you would then also need to go into Edit PHP configuration to restart PHP.
Perhaps that should change, when you change PHP, it should restart PHP (At least for that vhost)

Here are the options that don’t work.

Option 1:

Option 2:

actually i have already post about this procedure
and request if developer can put 1 line to auto restart php after changed success

If you know the line and place, i can make a pull.

i dont know :frowning:

here the link about my post :frowning: Prevent 404 error after add website - #2 by shoaibkk

maybe already put on developer roadmap

I checked GitHub and found only 7.3 in the apachevhosts.

Not sure how related that is.

cyberpanel/ at v2.3.2-dev · usmannasir/cyberpanel (

yeah… somewhere… at here… diemrw or someone talk about every config is using 7.3

Did you guys find a way to change the PHP version on subdomains? @usmannasir

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I just found the solution (workaround).

Change the version in vHost Conf:
Choose one:
path /usr/local/lsws/lsphp72/bin/lsphp
path /usr/local/lsws/lsphp73/bin/lsphp
path /usr/local/lsws/lsphp74/bin/lsphp
path /usr/local/lsws/lsphp80/bin/lsphp
path /usr/local/lsws/lsphp81/bin/lsphp


Go to Change PHP and change the version in the one you choose in vHost Conf.
And click Change PHP

It’s not nice, but it works as a workaround! Hope they will fix this!



Changing the PHP from the domain or subdomain does not change the Vhost file at all.
The only solution is to do what @phpfigureout said over, where you replace the line with the working one, then save and check again.

Also, there’s a problem with Php 8.1, it just loads blank.
8.0 works fine.

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I’m having this problem too, vhost config of the domain looks good but wordpress is showing old php.

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CP: 2.3.2
Commit: 60d048f82acbf3a35b626f0f33782c4c73e77b86
LiteSpeed Enterprise

I’am having the same problem.
Vhost config shows the main Site is using Php 8.0, but php version is not changing subdomains version.

On the other hand, php current version should be shown automatically when entering the option to change it. Right now, you do not know what is the current one for main site or subdomains unless you run a script on each site.

Also, Php8.1 version seems not to be loaded in CP. It is just displayed as an option but no settings are displayed. It is not available yet right?

I have the same problem, but it’s not that WordPress PHP isn’t updated, it is. Only does not show in the WordPress → List WordPress → WordPress Manager.

I have WordPress 8.0 installed on this site, checked in WordPress, which is correct, I set it to PHP 8.0
But this is what the manager shows:

Current Version: 2.3 ( Up-to-date: 13-10-2022)

A bit confusing, as now you’re never shure.