How to Enable Multiple PHP in NodeWorx and SiteWorx

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InterWorx supports multiple PHP as of version 6.0.0.


In order to enable multiple PHP support in NodeWorx, the following is required:

  • InterWorx version 6.0.0+

Set Up:

To enable multiple PHP support in NodeWorx, follow these steps:

  1. On a server running at least InterWorx version 6.0.0, navigate to System Services > Webserver in the sidebar on the left
  2. Under the header Multiple PHP Versions, click the Enable button
  3. Check the boxes next to the PHP versions to be installed
  4. Click the Update button














Selecting the default PHP version:

This version will be pre-selected when creating new SiteWorx accounts. This controls the default value when using an API call that may not provide this input for creating a new SiteWorx Account.

To select the default PHP version for the server, follow these steps:

  1. From the Webserver page in NodeWorx, select the installed version of PHP to be the default on the server from the Default PHP Version dropdown menu
  2. Click the Update button



Enabling Specific PHP Version for SiteWorx Accounts

When creating a new SiteWorx account, a specific installed PHP version can be selected by following these steps:

  1. In NodeWorx, navigate to SiteWorx > Accounts
  2. Click the Add New SiteWorx Account button at the top of the page
  3. Select the PHP version to be used from the PHP Versions dropdown under PHP Options
  4. Click the Save button
Specific PHP versions can be selected for existing SiteWorx accounts by instead clicking the Edit button next to the account name in NodeWorx under SiteWorx > Accounts, and following the above steps.















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Jun 21, 2017, 2:02 pmBy: InterWorx
How to Enable Multiple PHP in NodeWorx and SiteWorx
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(1) Comment
  1. Amber Lynn: does this work across clusters already?
    November 12, 2017 at 3:27 pm

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