Is RHEL ES5 really users older versions of Apache and PHP compared to FC7?
Were the bug fixes backported? If not the ius community repository
has 5.2.9 if it's required.
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On Feb 23, 2010, at 14:09, "Rob Tanner" <email@example.com> wrote:
> On 2/23/10 11:23 AM, "Eugene Vilensky" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>> It looks like the old Fedora Core distro included much more recent
>>> of Apache and PHP than does the current Redhat distro. Both
>>> systems are up
>>> to date.
>>> Can anyone explain that?
>> Hi Rob,
>> The stability of package versions after release is in many ways the
>> 'core' of what Red Hat Enterprise Linux is about. They will be
>> somewhat aligned with a given version of Fedora at the time a version
>> of RHEL was branched, but mostly frozen.
>> RHEL5 at the time was mostly aligned with Fedora Core 6.
>> [This doesn't exclude feature updates during the first phase of the
>> 7-year life cycle:
>> http://www.redhat.com/security/updates/errata/ ]
>> [Red Hat takes care of security updates for older versions. This
>> provides the stability that enterprises look for. It does make
>> running some modern web apps a bit harder...]
> And it looks like I'm going to have that exact problem. We use a
> CMS called
> ModX and apparently it runs on PHP 5.1.1 and above except 5.1.6.
> There are
> apparently some serious bugs in the PDO layer (functional, not
> issues) that cause serious problems with ModX which makes heavy use
> of the
> PDO components in PHP.
> Is there like a BETA repository or something like that where I can
> get and
> install 5.2 or am I going to have to remove PHP entirely and build
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