I could sugarcoat it, but that’s not going to help anyone.
I hate that things are the way they are too. PHP 7.4 is old and virtually every day we get questions from people why they cannot run their software, which is because we don’t have PHP 8.1. I’m painfully aware that it’s severely limiting people’s abilities to use the software they want. We should have had it a year ago I think, and upgrading PHP isn’t something that should take as long as it does I think.
And I hate that I cannot do anything about it. This is entirely up to iFastNet and there is nothing I can do to speed it up or work around it.
So please stop nagging for updates. I don’t have updates. I have just a little information as you guys do. It’s done when it’s done. When that will be, I don’t know. It could take a week, a month or a year.
And I’m sick and tired of having to tell people this. As you can tell.
The view your phpinfo() link in control panel pulls phpinfo from phpinfo.byethost11.com, and hosting volume for that website (vol3_4) still use PHP 7.4. Instead you can create phpinfo.php with this code:
Put it in your htdocs folder, and see PHP version currently used in hosting volume your site is on. But seems like phpinfo doesn’t work (for now) if you actually have PHP 8.2.
my website is on vol18_1, and my account has recently been suspended at around the same time it got suspended during the downtime a month ago. Is anyone else getting suspensions on my volume or was it a legitimate suspension?