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  • Jack Gazzard

    Bump Eric - could somebody in the CloudLinux OS team provide an answer to this question?

    Thanks!

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  • Eric

    Howdy Jack,

    Thanks for waiting, I have opened ALTPHP-1188 with development, and I will monitor it for updates.

    Thanks!

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  • Jack Gazzard

    Hey Eric, thanks a bunch! :-)

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  • Jack Gazzard

    Hey Eric, any word on ALTPHP-1188?

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  • Eric

    Howdy Jack,

    Thanks for being so patient.  I check every week, but it hasn't gotten on a sprint yet.  I will see what I can do to get some attention on it.

     

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  • Luis Maia

    Any news about this topic? My Hosting is based in Cloudlinux and keep telling me that imagick is not available. Thanks.

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  • Eric

    Howdy Luis,

    Does it have to be PHP8 support?  We have a few versions of PHP7 that already support imagick.

    Thanks!

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  • Luis Maia

    Hello Eric,

    "Each version of PHP has a life cycle of 2 years during which bugs are fixed, and an additional year during which security issues are patched. PHP 7.4 came out in November 2019. As the final version of PHP 7, this means that bugs in PHP 7.4 will be fixed until November of 2021, and security issues will be patched until November of 2022, at which point it will reach its “End of Life”. This means that November 2022 can be considered a hard cutoff date: all PHP code should be compatible with PHP 8.0 at minimum by this time, or risk being stuck on a potentially vulnerable version of PHP."

    Maybe not Eric, but it's normal that we update WordPress and in general we update most of things for security and performance reasons, including cloudlinux. 

    I will keep a look at new updates at https://changelog.cloudlinux.com/alt-php8

    Thanks!

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  • Ryan Leadenham

    I asked about it here and the answer was "it's planned for October"

    https://blog.cloudlinux.com/beta-alt-imagemagick-released

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  • Jack Gazzard

    Not sure when it happened, but I just checked and Imagick has landed on CloudLinux...

    Thanks to Eric and others for their contributions here, and to the Dev's for gettin er dun!

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