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Welcome to Geeklog Tuesday, January 17 2017 @ 10:03 am EST

PHP and MySQL support

1/3: Which PHP version are you on?

PHP 4.1.x 13 (2.44%)
PHP 4.2.x 5 (0.94%)
PHP 4.3.x 15 (2.82%)
PHP 4.4.x 29 (5.45%)
PHP 5.0.x 61 (11.47%)
PHP 5.1.x 45 (8.46%)
PHP 5.2.x 336 (63.16%)
don't know / other 28 (5.26%)

2/3: Can you upgrade to PHP 5?

yes 381 (71.62%)
no 88 (16.54%)
don't know 63 (11.84%)

3/3: Which MySQL version are you on?

MySQL 3.23 19 (3.57%)
MySQL 4.0.x 19 (3.57%)
MySQL 4.1.x 50 (9.40%)
MySQL 5.0.x 167 (31.39%)
MySQL 5.1.x 221 (41.54%)
don't know / other 56 (10.53%)
Other polls | 1,596 voters | 2 comments

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  • PHP and MySQL support
  • Authored by:jcz on Monday, August 18 2008 @ 05:58 am EDT
I have all of my sites at Psek.com and it seems that they have upgraded to MySQL 5.0.51a and PHP 5.2.4
  • PHP and MySQL support
  • Authored by:Markus Guske on Friday, February 13 2009 @ 09:43 am EST
missing one answer option for Question 2: not necessary, still on PHP5