Php selector can pick "Off" for second php instance

Version 1.53

Feature
Finished

If you know you have no use for the 2nd php instance, you can now set as "Off" for a given domain: User Level -> Domain Setup -> domain.com -> PHP Version Selector Where "Second PHP" can be set to "Off", which is saved as: php2_select=0 in the: /usr/local/directadmin/data/users/username/domains/domain.com.conf The effect of this is that the VirtualHost will not have PHP2.. so things would end up being set like: HAVE_PHP2_FPM=0 HAVE_PHP2_FCGI=0 HAVE_PHP2_CLI=0 etc.. The main point of this is to allow for the removal of an extra php-fpmXX.conf file, eg: /usr/local/directadmin/data/users/username/php/php-fpmXX.conf if they're not needed. During an httpd.conf rewrite, the php-fpmXX.conf files are re-written. Any domain with the 2nd php instance set to 'Off' won't have the php loaders added into the httpd.conf. If DA didn't count any domain.com.conf using a specific php version, it will be fully shut off by removal of that php-fpmXX.conf file. The ~username access for <Directory "/home/user/public_html"> is controlled by the settings from the main/default domain in the account, so these php loaders will also be reduced if php is "Off".

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