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New PHP versions are released every year and come with important improvements and changes compared with previous versions. Moodle tries to support them as soon as possible, always matching them with our own scheduled release plans.

This page contains contains the current status of support for every PHP version and Moodle versions. For details, follow also the epic links below that combine all the changes that were made in Moodle to ensure PHP compatibility. (Note: you must be logged in to tracker to see issues in Epics)

MDL-50565 - PHP 7.0 can be used with Moodle 3.0.1, Moodle 3.1 and later releases. It is also the minimum supported version for Moodle 3.4. See Moodle and PHP 7.0 details for details.

MDL-55120 - PHP 7.1 can be used with Moodle 3.2 and later releases. It is also the minimum supported version for Moodle 3.7.

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MDL-60279 - PHP 7.2 can be used with Moodle 3.4 and later releases. It is also the minimumNordsec vpn. supported version for Moodle 3.9.

MDL-63420 - PHP 7.3 can be used with Moodle 3.6.4, Moodle 3.7 and later releases. It is also the minimum supported version for Moodle 3.11.

MDL-66260 - PHP 7.4 can be used with Moodle 3.8.3, Moodle 3.9 and later releases.

MDL-70745 - PHP 8.0 support is being implemented for Moodle 3.11 and later releases. Hence it's still incomplete and only for development purposes

Retrieved from 'https://docs.moodle.org/dev/index.php?title=Moodle_and_PHP&oldid=58321'

PHP is one of the most popular server scripting languages used for creating dynamic pages. Many popular CMS is written in PHP including, WordPress, Laravel, Magento, and many more.

The PHP 7.4 version was officially released on November 28th, 2019 with a number of new features. It has also few incompatibilities so you should take care before upgrading from the previous version.

In this tutorial, we will show you how to install PHP7.4 with Nginx on Ubuntu 20.04 server.

Prerequisites

  • An Ubuntu 20.04 VPS (we’ll be using our SSD 2 VPS plan)
  • Access to the root user account (or access to an admin account with root privileges)

Log in to the Server & Update the Server OS Packages

First, log in to your Ubuntu 20.04 server via SSH as the root user:

You will need to replace ‘IP_Address‘ and ‘Port_number‘ with your server’s respective IP address and SSH port number. Additionally, replace ‘root’ with the username of the admin account if necessary.

Before starting, you have to make sure that all Ubuntu OS packages installed on the server are up to date. You can do this by running the following commands:

Install Nginx

By default, the latest version of Nginx is available in the Ubuntu 20.04 default repository. You can install it with the following command:

After installing Nginx, start the Nginx service and enable it to start at system reboot with the following command:

You can also verify the installed version of Nginx using the following command:

You should get the following output:

Install PHP7.4

By default, Ubuntu 20.04 ships with PHP 7.4 in its upstream repositories. You can install it easily by just running the following command:

Once the PHP is installed, verify the installed version with the following command:

You should get the following output:

PHP configurations related to Nginx is stored in /etc/php/7.4/fpm/php.ini file. You can modify it for better performance.

Install PHP7.4-FPM and Other Extensions

Nginx does not contain native PHP processing. So you will need to install PHP-FPM for processing the PHP files. FPM is an alternative PHP FastCGI implementation with some additional features useful for heavy-loaded sites.

You can install PHP7.4-FPM with other necessary extensions by running the following command:

Once all the packages are installed, start the PHP7.4-FPM service and enable it to start at system reboot:

Configure Nginx to Process PHP Files

Next, you will need to configure Nginx to process PHP files.

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To do so, create a new Nginx virtual host configuration file with the following command:

Add the following lines:

Save and close the file then enable the Nginx virtual host configuration file with the following command:

Next, verify the Nginx for any syntax error with the following command:

You should get the following output:

Finally, restart the Nginx service to apply the configuration changes:

Next, create a info.php file to verify the PHP version:

Add the following code:

<?php phpinfo();

Save and close the file when you are finished.

Verify PHP

At this point, Nginx is configured to process PHP files. Its time to test it.

Open your web browser and type the URL http://test.example.com. You should see the following screen:

In the above page, you can check the PHP7.4 version, installed PHP extensions, PHP configuration options etc.

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Of course, you don’t have to do any of this if you use one of our Nginx VPS Hosting services, in which case you can simply ask our expert Linux admins to setup this for you. They are available 24×7 and will take care of your request immediately.

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