Plesk now supports PHP 7.1.x. Check your Plesk php version

Plesk now supports PHP 7.1.x

We’re pleased to announce that Plesk Onyx now supports the latest PHP version 7.1.1.The update to PHP 7.1.0 brought developers a bunch of cool new improvements such as Catching multiple exceptions types or Nullable Types. For the full list of new features, head over to the official PHP release announcement.In version 7.1.1, more bugs were fixed to make the PHP 7.1.x branch even more stable.

Planning to update?

Check your CMS version before updating Plesk PHP to 7.1!Because there are several incompatibilities with the last version of PHP.  If you’re working with the three most used Open Source CMSs, the compatible versions are:
  • WordPress >= 4.7
  • Joomla! >= 3.6.4
  • Drupal >= 8.2.3
Plugins and modules are not all operational on PHP 7.1.0 so if you’re planning to migrate from 7.0 (or an earlier version) to 7.1, proceed with caution. You might want to try making a copy of your sites to try out PHP version 7.1 before taking it live if all goes well.TIP: If you are using the WordPress Toolkit on Plesk Onyx, you will be able to easily duplicate your website and test the new version on the copy first in the next major version of the toolkit!

Check your version of PHP

On your Plesk control panel, go to Tools & SettingsPHP Settings.PHP 7.1.1 - Plesk PHP Settings

Install PHP 7.1 in Plesk

Go to Tools & Settings – Updates and UpgradesAdd / Remove components. Select PHP 7.1 and click on the “Continue” button.Plesk Php 7After the installation process, you must activate the new version for your domains. Go to Websites & Domains, select your domain and click on the PHP Settings icon. On the next page, you’ll define the PHP version and other parameters, such as the memory limit or the execution time.Plesk - Activate PHP version 7.1Select the new version, set your preferred performance and common settings, and click “Save. If you’ve successfully updated your Plesk PHP version, you’ll see 7.1.1 under the PHP Settings icon.Plesk PHP - version 7.1 activatedNote: As mentioned above, not all applications or plugins support the latest PHP version. If an application or plugin is vital to your website, be prepared to switch back to the last PHP version.Now go forth and try the newest version of PHP, and enjoy the improved performance and decreased memory usage!
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  • Niklas
    Reply

    But what’s with the sw-collectd bug? It can’t test the configure files on Debian 8.7

  • Mike B.
    Reply

    Hello,

    ionCubeloader for 7.1.x is not included?

    Regards,
    Mike

    • Viktor Vogel
      Reply

      Hello Mike, PHP versions 5.6 and 7.0 are already shipped with the ioncube-loader extension enabled. PHP 7.1 should follow in one of the next updates. I will request this feature from the engineering team!

  • Peter
    Reply

    Cool. But we need Domain alias support, many other controlpanels already support this feature 🙁

    • Peter
      Reply

      Domain alias support at LetsEncrypt of course.

  • Anand
    Reply

    Hi Plesk,

    Which type of account subscription will have the PHP versions to change?

  • plesker
    Reply

    Hello,
    is php 7.1 supported on plesk 12.5 or not? I cannot find this info on plesk website.

  • long
    Reply

    me too,
    help plz…
    Hello,
    is php 7.1 supported on plesk 12.5 or not? I cannot find this info on plesk website

    • Viktor Vogel
      Reply

      No, you need to update to Plesk Onyx to get all latest PHP versions directly from Plesk. Of course, you could also install these version manually using the command line.

  • Duboy
    Reply

    Hi i try to upgrade to 7.0 php version but the second input is locked on Application CGI and the website turned off when i save the changes. How can i get the same as yours : FPM application served by Apache ?

  • sener yıldırım
    Reply

    Hi
    plesk installer link is not responding. I am always getting timeout error

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