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Old 10-24-2003, 02:20 PM   #1
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Question PHPMyAdmin reports wrong PHP version.

I just upgraded our Php installation to 4.3.3 but when I run the phpinfo.php page for PhPMyAdmin it still says PHP 4.3.0 at the top of the page. Lower in the environment section it says Php 4.3.3 and 404 errors say Php 4.3.3. Do I believe the main page or go with what the 404 error says and assume everything is fine?
Old 10-24-2003, 02:31 PM   #2
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Did you try reloading the phpinfo page? It might be using one stored in the cache (especially since other generated pages are displaying the correct version).

Also, maybe they just forgot to change the phpinfo function's output in 4.3.3, for whatever reason. I really don't know.

Failing that:
When you installed 4.3.0, did you compile it into Apache, compile it as a DSO, or as a standalone binary? If it was one of the latter two, did you install 4.3.3 to the same location as 4.3.0?
Old 10-24-2003, 03:21 PM   #3
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Well, mystery solved. We checked our other web server (currently running 4.3.2) and it too says 4.3.0 on the top of the page. It seems as though the PhPMyAdmin developers didn't set the info at the top of the page to go any deeper than 4.X . Thanks Kurt.


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