Please be aware it is a “work in progress” article as there are numerous adjustments that we’re evaluating and perceive their impacts. Much is nice information although so we wish to share this.
- PHP 7.4 No Longer Supported – PHP 8.2 and PHP 8.1 Recommended
- New variations of Redis, MariaDB, and
- Zend to Laminas transition continues and Symfony updates
PHP 7.4 Support is Gone – Go to PHP 8+
PHP 8 include many enhancements however not all main php based mostly methods, particularly WordPress, have made the transition to PHP 8 by default. PHP 7.4 is definitely previous its EOL and formally just isn’t being patched. Magento has made the leap and it is best to benefit from it!
If you’re simply transferring into your shared internet hosting, vps internet hosting, or devoted server and it didn’t robotically include PHP 8+ because the default, you’ll be able to change your php model. If you’re already hosted with us, going to Magento Open Source 2.4.6 is sensible, however clearly must be finished with care.
Next up we’ll take a look at Redis, OpenSearch, MariaDB 10.4, new options in the software program, and new safety suggestions. We may even spend a while on the distinction between Adobe Commerce 2.4.6 and options unique to the paid model versus Magento Open Source 2.4.6.