I need an opinion - I've hit a slight hurdle. The vBulletin code we are
running in Provo is version 4.2.2, so quite old. It is so old it does
not work with php 7.2, only older. (I haven't actually tried, that is
what google tells me).
I think we have three, maybe four options -
a) upgrade vBulletin to the latest, cost USD249. May or may not make
the migration easier, but at least we'd have an up-to-date platform.
b) run the current 4.2.2 version, but on php7.0 or 7.1 - I don't know if
we have packages available for Leap15.1. Might not be difficult to
c) run the current 4.2.2 version, on Leap 42.3 with php7.0 - which I
guess does not go well with our SLA.
d) switch to something else, e.g. discourse. Apart from migrating the
current contents, this is easy. I don't know what the forum admins
would say to losing the contents.
What's your vote?
Per Jessen, Zürich (6.9°C)
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