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How to upgrade PHP composer on a Plesk server




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    Marc Broers

    We've been trying to upgrade our composer but executing the described documentation doesn't actually upgrade the composer of the Plesk Composer module.

    After a lot of research, the following command did the job (change the php version accordingly):

    /opt/plesk/php/8.0/bin/php /usr/local/psa/var/modules/composer/composer.phar selfupdate --2
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    Alex Davydov

    Marc Broers Thank you for the provided information. This detail was added into the article.

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