So now I have tons of warnings about running php 5.2 on domains running on my VPS runs Nginx and php 5.4. It seems warning people to fix
something that you can't fix via the control panel with no way to disable the warning just causes confusing not to mention being "in error" in my case. What happens if I click the "upgrade" button anyway?
What I don't understand is with how simple it is to switch php versions at
the server level, why you haven't created an option in the server
configuration page to do that. It took me some time to figure it all out, but
I did and documented the changes here:
Essentially, with the nginx startup script if you changed 2 variables, you'd
have php 5.4. So why are you warning me that I'm running too old a version
without providing a newer version as an option?