I noticed WordPress are dropping support for IE6. Pivotal in my eyes. Bravo.
Then I spotted the minimum server requirements when my install failed. Oh dear. I’m in trouble.
My PHP version is fine. But I’m running MySQL 4.1.22-standard and if you’re in this post you’re probably the sort of person that knows that 3.2 needs MySQL 5.
I have a cluster of sites (most WordPress) running on the same server. I’m not a network admin so I wouldn’t even know how to start upgrading and checking that all the DBs / sites came across intact.
I’m running WHM 11.28.87 on a Centos box.
My immediate thought was to look at EasyApache and fiddle with some stuff in there. But then I’m worried about breaking tables and losing data.
Does anyone have any clue as to an upgrade strategy in a scenario like this?
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