In my attempt to upgrade php on my server my site broke when I upgraded the PHP.
When I tried to revert back with Easy Apache,my original version of PHP 5.2.7 disappeared from the choices n WHM?!!
Through SSH,I attempted the task of uploading php5.2.17 to reverse the process
BUT I was unable to start the upload using the method below because I would receive the error:
********@ip-**-**-*-*** [~]# cd /usr/src; wget https://museum.php.net/php5/php-5.2.17.tar.gz; –2019-04-28 14:16:45– https://museum.php.net/php5/php-5.2.17.tar.gz Resolving museum.php.net… 22.214.171.124, 2604:a880:800:10::2ce:1 Connecting to museum.php.net|126.96.36.199|:443… connected. OpenSSL: error:14077410SL routinesSL23_GET_SERVER_HELLO:sslv3 alert handshake failure Unable to establish SSL connection.
I tried several things including:
updating my wget from, 1.11.4 to 1.16 to 1.20
using — no-check-certificate
I have not been able to upload because of this error.
What can I try next to resolve this?
Any help will be greatly appreciated.
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Besides for the fact that I would NOT recommend installing such an old version of PHP for both security and performance issues.....
Did you try the wget in the /tmp directory vs the /usr/src
I just tried the wget on one of my VPS servers and it worked just fine.
As a foot note, EasyApache does give a warning when you uninstall the older (not supported) versions of PHP that you cannot re-add them
Thanks for your reply.
Yes I do have to upgrade, (I'm in the process of upgrading the whole server now..adding php5.2, and the extension MySQLi.
But I do want the site up while I test new php. My wget (1.11.4), AND OpenSSL (0.9.8e...) are to old. This is why I could not connect(handshake).
I must have missed the warning. If I would have downloaded the profile, would EasyApache allowed me to upload and use it?
Thanks Again for your response.
I don't think that EasyApache will let you select it as it is part of script - if wget isn't working you might have to download it to your local computer and then FTP it to the server.