Steps to reproduce:
1.) Clean install of Ubuntu 18.04 minimal version
2.) install Cyberpanel with OLS (both actual from today)
3.) Set up a virtual Host with php 7.0 as preference
4.) Under that vHost add another Domain (Childdomain)
5.) verify both are working with phpinfo
6.) Change the childdomains php version to 7.2 and verify again it’s still working.
From here on i did the following steps:
1.) changed the childdomains php version to 7.0 and altered the php.ini in advanced mode. Removed a semikolon in front of mysqli.dll to get rid of the error message “Fatal error: Call to undefined function mysqli_connect() in”
2.) did that for the other php versions as well just to be sure if i want to switch in the future that i’ll not forget that.
3.) altered vHost Conf and changed the lines:
add lsapi:vultras1234 php
add lsapi:vultras1234 php, html
in order to parse html files with php.
Any one of these 3 steps or all together made that the childdomain does fall back to php 5.6.36 and from that time on one can not change the childdomains php version within Cyberpanel anymore.
I’m not sure i understand you right? There’s only a dropdown to choose different php versions. From 7.0 up to 7.3. If i choose the versions at the dropdown there’s a small green modal popup where it says that the change was successful (something like that),
but there’s no change. The php version of the childdomain remains at 5.6.36 after the fallback.
The vHost maindomain is okay. This is happening only at the childdomains level.
I’m in need of childdomains since if i would setup a seperate vHost for each of the 30 domains per server i would need 30 ftp user for one server. And with 4 servers this is getting out of hand
I am sorry for this time. As i have no spare vps at hand and am a bit under pressure timewise i needed to try something different with that vps.
That’s why i described the error a bit more detailed, in hope that you can reproduce it.