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I know PHP 5.3 is old, using it is a security risk, and turning register_globals on will be cherry on top.
BUT, I need to use it for a few months for a very old website, until I update it with the new technology.

I have Cloudlinux 7.7 installed on cPanel v82.0.15
- Installed PHP 5.3 via EasyApache 4
- Applied 5.3 to the website via MultiPHP Manager
- Edited php.ini file for 5.3 "register_globals = On"

However, register_globals is still off.
I can't see register_globals directive in phpinfo() at all

Is there anything I can do to turn register_globals on?
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  1. 27.09.2019 08:09:15
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Burak Ueda Accepted Answer
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I'm sorry.
Tried it again but this time I applied PHP-FPM
It worked.
  1. 27.09.2019 09:09:53
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Sergey Khristich Accepted Answer
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Hello Burak,
Happy to hear it and thanks for following up! Please let us know if you have any questions.
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