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  1. Hi, We are trying to upgrade our server from the XI build to XIII. Is there a short way about this without reconfiguring the entire server such as httpd.conf / httpd-ssl.conf / production.ini / my.ini and all other previous configurations? On another note, we have been waiting for the Zero XIII modules 5.6.31 separate or 5.6.32. It worked for us installing 5.6.30 in Zero XI but now our security guys are requiring us to us at least PHP 5.6.31. Thanks in advance.
  2. Another thing I noticed is that phpinfo stated that Apache's Environment PATH variable is that UniService could not dynamically add all of UniServer's core paths such as C:\UniServerZ\core\apache2\bin;C:\UniServerZ\core\mysql\bin;C:\UniServerZ\core\php56;C:\UniServerZ\core\openssl;C:\UniServerZ\core\msmtp; Meanwhile, UniController can add those to the PATH variable. Since this server is a production server, our temporary fix would be to manually add it to the system variables for now. It's a resolution that doesn't allow php switching but in my case, I'd rather have the server up and running asap. I'll try to do the httpd.conf fix above later on next maintenance.
  3. Hi folks, For some reason, Uniservice.exe does not run the service with LDAP enabled. Meanwhile, its' brother UniController.exe can start Apache with LDAP enabled. The same machine had apache2triad running as a 24/7 server and had php previously installed. I have tried with switching the configuration files and UniService does follow UniController's configurations for php_production.ini and php_development.ini. However, Uniservice does not follow if UniController is configured for php 5.4 (we require php 5.6 and was only done for testing). Any insight on this issue could help. Thanks in advance.
  4. Just to update what happened and our solution and this may apply to various WAMPP installations as well... We thought that Configuration File (php.ini) Path C:\Windows had nothing to do with our install of Uniserver. Apparently there is this errant php5ts.dll in the Windows folder. This file loaded the wrong version of php. As soon as we copied the dir/to/php/folder/php5ts.dll (c:\uniserver\core\php56\php5ts in our case), all of the modularity of unizerver zeroxi worked again. For other WAMPP installs, you might want to check the same php.ini path in you phpinfo and if you have C:\Windows as the path, you can backup then copy the php5ts.dll file from the php installation folder to the Windows folder.
  5. Hey folks, I've been baffled and frustrated that I've been trying to update one of our servers that my supervisor installed and when I run any PHP installed module, it starts with wrong version of PHP. The server always starts with PHP Version 5.4.19. Regardless of what module I installed and checked that the files run with, it always starts with that version according to phpinfo. Server runs MS Server 2008 R2. My objectives are to 1) Update PHP to Version 5.6. and 2) Use ZeroXI controller for modularity of the server. Here's what I've found and checked so far: Supervisor installed two types of Uniservers while trying them out: Uniserver Coral don't know which version, but I tried updating to Coral 8.9.2... Initially, I uninstalled the original services but cannot verify (1) What is the name of the service in order to verify that? Also all of the apache and mysql modules are stopped and ZeroXI can peacefully start apache and mysql. The other uniserver is Uniserver ZeroXI 1.1.6. Oddly enough, there was an installed service that wasn't running so I uninstalled that as well. I can verify that us_apache_1 service is not running. I installed php_5_6_0 which the documentation says that it supports. However, even if php56 is selected and phpinfo verifies that Loaded Configuration File C:\uniserver\core\php56\php_production.ini Apache Environment: PATH C:\uniserver\core\apache2\bin;C:\uniserver\core\mysql\bin;C:\uniserver\core\php56;C:\uniserver\core\openssl;C:\uniserver\core\msmtp;C:\uniserver\utils;C:\Windows\system32;C:\Windows;C:\Windows\System32\Wbem;C:\Windows\System32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\;C:\Program Files\MySQL\MySQL Server 5.6\bin Core: extension_dir C:/uniserver/core/php56/extensions C:/uniserver/core/php56/extensions Environment: PHP_SELECT php56 Well, Apparently: PHP Version 5.4.19(2) Are there any other causes why the uniserver zeroxi uses 5.4.19 although it is set as php 5.6.0? I have tried installing a new uniserver zeroxi controller under a different folder name, but to no avail, it consistenly still uses the same php version. Please let me know what other things that could point me to what is causing this. Thanks in advance.
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