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PHP 7.0 en 7.1 update needed, site is slow


  • martijn1972
    Participant

    @martijn1972

    Hello I updated my server to the latest Appache confguration to spped up my site, but if I want to switch to PHP 7.0 or 7.1 there is a conflict with Buddypress.
    Can you solve that issue? Can you update Buddypress to be compatible with the latest PHP version?

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  • Henry Wright
    Moderator

    @henrywright

    BuddyPress should be compatible with PHP 7.0 and 7.1. What conflict are you seeing?


    Paul Gibbs
    Keymaster

    @djpaul

    Right, it should work. Unless the poster is using Legacy bbPress forums; I bet those don’t.


    martijn1972
    Participant

    @martijn1972

    Uploading video’s just makes them disappear.
    The upload seems to work but when it’s finished the video is gone.

    As soon as I switch back to ea-php56 the video upload works fine again.
    But my website is very slow because of the old PHP version


    @mercime
    Moderator

    @mercime

    @martijn1972 “Uploading videos” via third-party plugin? Have you tried posting at the plugin’s forums?


    martijn1972
    Participant

    @martijn1972

    It’s funny how people always advise to change the theme. This is a running website. I cannot just change the theme. I installed the latest Buddypress version and I didn’t pick the theme myself. Buddypress picked it for me.


    martijn1972
    Participant

    @martijn1972

    It’s the Rtmedia plugin I use which is (for my best knowlegde) part of WordPress


    David Cavins
    Moderator

    @dcavins

    rtMedia is a plugin of its own and not a part of a standard WordPres install. Check out their support forum here:

    rtMedia for WordPress, BuddyPress and bbPress


    martijn1972
    Participant

    @martijn1972

    Aha okay thanks guys! I will (again) contact rtMedia


    martijn1972
    Participant

    @martijn1972

    It is strange though that when you choose the Buddypress theme it is installed including the rtMedia plugins. So it seems to be part of the working solution, but when problems you are redirected to the plugin company.

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