cl-php selector per directory.
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Hello,

I\'d like to know is it possible to enable different php (FCGI) versions per user directory (sub-domain/addon domain), with the help of web-UI. and also I\'d like to have ability to manage extensions for php in each directory via the same web-UI.
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  1. 13.11.2015 08:11:53
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Bogdan Accepted Answer
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Hello,

So far there is no way to provide web-UI for php per directory configuration. However you may want to propose such idea at https://cloudlinux.uservoice.com/ .
  1. 26.11.2015 10:11:39
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Hi.

I\'ve found following feature request:

https://cloudlinux.uservoice.com/forums/269295-general/suggestions/6935232-add-possibility-to-set-php-version-for-each-direct

What number of voices you need to consider this request?

It is really cool feature for hosting I think.
  1. 29.11.2015 14:11:05
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Igor Seletskiy Accepted Answer
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Typically we wait until 50 votes.
  1. 02.12.2015 15:12:59
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Typically we wait until 50 votes.
Your response to the feature request indicates that you are working to integrate cPanel’s new MultiPHP feature with mod_lsapi and CloudLinux’s PHP packages. That’s really good news.

Would it be safe to assume that once this cPanel MultiPHP integration is ready, that it would continue to work seamlessly should LiteSpeed be installed?
  1. 02.12.2015 16:12:06
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Igor Seletskiy Accepted Answer
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I cannot promise anything about LiteSpeed. This is really question for LiteSpeed guys.
  1. 02.12.2015 20:12:01
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