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How to enable or disable PHP handlers in Plesk?

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    Hossein Mahboob Mojaz

    The Link you provided here not work 

    http://prntscr.com/h4h5dv

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    Denis Bykov

    Hello, Hossein.

    Thank you for your report. The article was rewritten and now provides complete instructions on how to install and enable additional PHP handler including PHP 5.3.

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    Louis Fico

    Running Plesk version 12.5.3. I don't see any versions after 5.3 available in "Updates and Upgrades". What could this mean?

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    Ivan Postnikov

    Hello @Louis, to narrow down the cause of such behavior, could you show the output of the command "plesk -v"?

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