7.1.9 and everything is fine (80+ addons)
working fine for me with PHP 7.1.9 + MariaDB 10.1.26 https://community.centminmod.com/threads/xenforo-2-0-0-beta-1-released.12781/Anyone try XF2 with latest MariaDatabase and PhP 7?
Considering that 7.2 is still in RC status, and they fly a VERY HIGHLIGHTEDcPanel Added support to Install php 7.2 , Can we use PHP 7.2 without any issue?
as the third line in their release notice, I'd be very hesitant about using it on a LIVE site..... unless you like being on the bleeding edge and donating blood every now and then.THIS IS A DEVELOPMENT PREVIEW - DO NOT USE IT IN PRODUCTION!
+1 PHP-FPM benchmarks for PHP-FPM 7.2.0 RC1 vs PHP-FPM 7.2.0 Beta3 vs PHP-FPM 7.2.0 Beta2 vs 7.2.0 Beta 1 vs 7.2.0 Alpha1-3 vs 7.1.x vs 7.0.x vs 5.6.x. https://community.centminmod.com/threads/php-7-2-0-rc1-released.12746/#post-53951Ignore that advice. Instead, as long as the software you have installed which uses PHP supports it, you absolutely should upgrade.
Installing centmin, you can in just few minutes upgrade to newest php/nginx, and than if something is wrong, just downgrade to past version, also in couple of minutes.Well, I come from the perspective of having a level of knowledge and familiarity with website management in general to make me "dangerous"...I learn as needed, but I if I were to "live on the edge" and something started acting wacky, I can easily get lost, and I don't have the time for that.
If I was knee deep in it at a level where I was partially "employed" so to speak (i.e. making money running a server, supporting sites for others, etc) then yes I would push the envelope. But for me, it's better to leave that to others, which will certainly do that.
I wasn't suggesting that no one should run anything beyond php7. It's just that for me, it's best to keep the potential problems at a minimum.
Thanks to share the file. It is very useful
I shall wait till you say go ! and then upgrade ..PHP 7.2.0 RC6 released, 7.2.0 Final GA is due in 2 weeks on Nov 30 !