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My hosting company has been updated PHP v5.5

My hosting company has been updated PHP v5.5 so my web site is stop running. the following messages appears, please urgent help me

Fatal error: The file /home/nepalhom/public_html/index.php was encoded by the ionCube Encoder for PHP 5 and cannot run under PHP 5.5. Please ask the provider of the script to provide a version encoded with the ionCube Encoder for either PHP 5.3 or PHP 5.4 or PHP 5.5. in Unknown on line

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You did not disclose the version of OR you are using. You always need to do that when requesting support here.

Regardless, the latest version of OR does not support PHP v5.5 as there were no ioncube loaders or a compiler available for PHP v5.5 when OR v3.2.7 was released.

Ioncube loaders and etc, for PHP 5.5. were just recently released, the next update to OR will be compiled to support it.

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Any news on when that next version with PHP 5.5 will be released?

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I don't know, my host company has been upgraded version with PHP 5.5, OR dosen't support.

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I have a problem. The admin says I can upgrade. My version is 3.2.7. If I upgrade it fails "Post version sanity check failed". I need to upgrade to 3.2.8 or 3.2.9 because my host is upgrading php to 5.5

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You need to follow the manual upgrade instructions in the docs. Your host apparently is not running PHP as suExec which is a requirement for using the one click upgrade.

http://docs.transparent-tech.com/open-realty/latest/upgradinganexistinginstall.html

Latest version of OR is v3.2.9

You additionally need to make sure your host is running the ionCube loader v4.6.2 or higher before upgrading, you'll need to be using a newer version of ionCube for PHP 5.5.

Server requirements:

http://www.open-realty.org/download.html

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