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  1. #1
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    PHP install problem

    I did not know where to ask this problem so posting it here

    The version of php used is 4.3.2.

    1. If I say rpm -qa | grep php, I get mod_php4-4.2.2 and mod_php4-core-4.2.2

    If I do php -v, I get 4.3.2. How could that be possible? I am sure the version which is being used is 4.3.2.

    2. The second question is how different are the 2 versions? Could it pose many problems if I choose to revert to php 4.2.2?

    Thanks
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    Uh, what does phpinfo() say? Perhaps you have a different CLI binary somewhere in your PATH?
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    Off topic I know but I would urge you to upgrade to php 4.3.10 ASAP.
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    php -v is using the CLI-build, which is different than mod_php.

    If you view phpinfo(); from a web browser, then you will see 4.2.2.

    I would also urge an upgrade, but to the latest 4.3.11.
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    Yes, phpinfo shows 4.2.2
    What do I do now?
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    Looks like your RPM database got corrupted along the lines.

    I'd download the source RPM, rpm -ivh it and rebuild the rpm (increasing the revision number)

    Then upgrade !

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