Изменения в MultiPHP и beta mod_lsapi
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Hello,

As I see CL advances towards supporting native MultiPHP and a milestone I would say is new mod_lsapi - https://www.cloudlinux.com/cloudlinux-os-blog/entry/beta-mod-lsapi-updated-1-23

Now, that this uses the GUI of MultiPHP and registers as a handler, I could also see the lsphp binaries are running from native /opt/cpanel/ea-php* directories. This means different lsphp for different php versions, which was not possible earlier.

Does this mean alt-php and PHP Selector dependencies are no more required for mod_lsapi?
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  1. 23.06.2017 10:06:06
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Igor Seletskiy Accepted Answer
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ea-php shipped with CloudLinux is re-packaged alt-php -- it is built & shipped by CloudLinux.
We are plugging in into cPanel more and more (as much it allows) so there are less & fewer differences -- yet we always try not to sacrifice the best of what we have (like patched old versions of PHP & mod_lsapi).
You don't need alt-php, but in next version of cPanel you will be able to use alt-php (instead of ea-php), and the benefit it will bring is much wider selection of PHP modules.
  1. 23.06.2017 11:06:58
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indianets Accepted Answer
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Thank you Igor for clarifying that.
  1. 30.07.2017 02:07:16
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You don't need alt-php, but in next version of cPanel you will be able to use alt-php (instead of ea-php), and the benefit it will bring is much wider selection of PHP modules.

Do you mean cPanel v66 or a different version?
  1. 31.07.2017 16:07:01
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Bogdan Accepted Answer
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I suppose not v66, but some future versions. The exact version was not specified yet.
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