What's up friends. The hosting is forcing me to update, since they updated PHP version to 7.4. I was running a 3.2.9 moodle, I wanted to go to 3.8 and it didn't let me and then I tried 3.4.9 and neither. Now I'm going to try a version 3.6. Do you think it will work? Thank you
The point is that apparently the version would be fine, but it does not work.
thank by the ansvver.
You know that the hosting updated me the version of php and now the moodle does not work for me WITH ALL the courses that I have there.
I was running an old moodle 3.2.9.
The point is that when you want to take it to 3.6 it gives me an error.
It gives me a message that confuses me: "Version 7.0.0 is mandatory and you are running 7.4.20
PHP 7.3 is not supported.
You have idea what I can do.
I do not understand
That was nasty of hosting provider if they did that without any warnings! :| or did they warn?
Anyhooo ... at this point ... make sure you have a full backup .. downloaded off your server ... that's an archive (tar ball or zip) of code directory, minimally moodledata/filedir/ (that will be the largest probably) and a dump of the DB for Moodle.
Do you have site backups?
How large are the files ... the tar ball/zip of code is?
The minimal moodledata/filedir/ tar ball/zip of that?
The sql dump of your DB?
If I found your site, it appears the IP resolves to an IP that belongs to websitewelcome.com. They are a Hostgator/Bluehost property.
Does your provider have any FAQ's, customer docs/tutorials on admin of their offerings?
the version 3.8 say me the next:
I vvill probe vvhit the version 3.5