LNMP 0.5 released! few upgrades

by Ruchira on October 11, 2010

LNMP ( Linux+Nginx+Mysql+PHP ) new version 0.5 was released few days ago. You might be already know that this blog runs on little bit modified LNMP 0.4 version. because of that I’m waiting to upgrade to latest version too. The latest version has minor nginx update to 0.7.67 while LNMP 0.4 has 0.7.65 . So nginx upgrade wasnt a huge one but it include major php upgrade to 5.2.14. The changelog says,

LNMP 0.5:

  • Upgrading to Nginx 0.7.67, MySQL to 5.1.48, PHP to upgrade to 5.2.14, PHPMyAdmin to upgrade to 3.3.7 Upgrading to Nginx 0.7.67, MySQL to 5.1.48, PHP to upgrade to 5.2.14, PHPMyAdmin to upgrade to 3.3.7
  • Nginx logs for security will be moved to / home / wwwlogs / below; Nginx logs for security will be moved to / home / wwwlogs / below;
  • Change the way 32-bit 64-bit identification; Change the way 32-bit 64-bit identification;
  • Add system time to adjust, to prevent errors caused compile time error; Increase the system time to adjust, to prevent errors caused compile time error;
  • Optimization eAccelerator installation; Optimization eAccelerator install programs;

So just few upgrades without PHP. Unfortunately there is no upgrade 0.4 to 0.5 script as promised in user forum (All in Chinese) And some people asked the author including me that if he is going to introduce upgrade script no no replies for any of us for now.

Ill inform you if he is happy to provide upgrade system for your lnmp 0.4 installation

And I have upgraded the install instructions to install the latest LNMP 0.5

I'm Ruchira Sahan and all posts on this blog are completely my thoughts and writings. I love DIY and Technology. So feel free to contact me for anything about this blog and don't forget to add a comment if this blog helped you! Thanks
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  • Devon Adkisson

    For debian why doesnt it use the dotdeb versions of mysql and php? It’s version of php is 5.3.3, so php-fpm is built in.

    • Devon Adkisson

      doesn’t*

    • http://www.ruchirablog.com Ruchira

      LNMP developer is using latest stable versions so nginx is 0.7.67 like that! PHP 5.3 has some compatibility problems with some scripts so that is the problem. Personally i use php 5.2.xx to avoid disappointment caused by compatibility problems. if its production server the best thing is to use 5.2.xx for now! :)

      • Devon Adkisson

        nginx-0.8.52 is the newest stable :x

        I guess I could just take the script and switch out the nginx version though :D

        • http://www.ruchirablog.com Ruchira

          Hello, But LNMP provides legacy stable versions of nginx. yes you might be able to edit the script if you success inform us too! :)

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