How to Use PHP Version Selector by CloudLinux?

PHP Selector is a CloudLinux component that sits on top of CageFS. It allows each user to select PHP version and module based on their needs. PHP Selector requires account to have CageFS enabled to work. PHP Selector is compatible with the following technologies: suPHP, mod_fcgid, CGI (suexec), LiteSpeed. It is not compatible with mod_php/DSO, including mod_ruid2 and MPM ITK. PHP Selector is currently not compatible with PHP-FPM, though we are planning to support it in the future. 




Inside cPanel, User will be able to change PHP version they would have:



as well as extensions that they want to use:



and php.ini settings


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