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Is 124.00stable EOL?

Discussion in 'Install & Upgrades or Pre-Install Questions' started by Jon Snow, Apr 15, 2024.

  1. Jon Snow

    Jon Snow Active Member

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    Tried to upgrade PHP 8.2.18 today but got this message:
    I'm confused because I got to upgrade to 8.2.16 fine.

    Is 124.00stable EOL and I must switch to 130.00beta01 moving forward?

     
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    Yup

    php 8.2.png

    It just wouldn't let me upgrade to 8.2.18
     
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    double check Centmin Mod version you're using by running this command
    Code (Text):
    cminfo versions
    

    As 124.00stable doesn't have all the proper checks for PHP 8.2 specifically, so maybe you might have gotten by but it wouldn't have been 100% as the checks are there to tailor installs for specific PHP versions. The message you see for max PHP 8.1 were added, as previously folks have reported not being able to properly upgrade to PHP 8.2 on 124.00stable and I got tired of telling them for properly PHP 8.2 support need 130.00beta01 - despite the info also being listed on official install page at Centmin Mod LEMP Stack Install Nginx on CentOS
     
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    Should I downgrade to PHP 8.1?
     
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    eva2000 Administrator Staff Member

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    Pretty much - most of my installs are 130.00beta01. Centmin Mod stable and beta is like Nginx stable and mainline=beta. All latest updates, bug fixes and new features etc go into beta (nginx's mainline). Centmin Mod 124.00stable doesn't get updates as frequent as 130.00beta01 so minor bugs or improved code doesn't land in 124.00stable and only available in 130.00beta01. As such 130.00beta01 users would need to run cmupdate more often to keep on top of new features, bug fixes etc compared 124.00stable which doesn't get updates as frequent unless it's to fix breaking/bugs.