BaliDave Posted February 21, 2022 Report Share Posted February 21, 2022 When I upgraded to 5.3.1, a number of pages -- but not all -- with ads now show the message: "Composer detected issues in your platform. Your Composer dependencies require a PHP version ">=7.2.5" and that is the only thing that appears on the page. I recently upgraded to PHP 7.4.27 from 7.1 and simultaneously from running Apache as a php-module (user "nobody") to as a CGI module (using my username). I'm on a server using cPanel and the PHP 7.4 is effected by using their EasyApache selection for the site. All other parts are fine with 7.4 including WordPress and phpList. Note that cPanel itself is using PHP 7.1 and I cannot control that. Both phpinfo and php -version show 7.4.27. Any ideas on how to debug this? One other piece of information that MIGHT be relevant: the current 5.2.1 version is running fine, however I noticed in the var/cache directory about half of the delivery_xxx.php files are owned by nobody (600 perms) and the other half are owned by my username. And chown'ing and chmod'ing these "nobody" files is soon overwritten, and I'm back to previous state. I tried rebooting the server to see if these were just from some left-over process/thread running under Apache, but still get the same behavior. I don't understand how now with php running as a CGI module with my username, files with owner "nobody" can get created. Again note that this bit of info may NOT be relevant to my problem above. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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