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Find Out What PHP Modules are Installed on Your Server

The easiest way to find out what PHP modules are installed on your server is to check your server PHP Information Page as this displays all installed modules and provides a detailed overview of your server’s PHP configuration.

You can view your server PHP Information Page via: http://servername.directrouter.com/php. You should replace “servername” with the name of your server. For example, if you are hosted on our US503 server then the URL to the PHP Information Page would be: http://us503.directrouter.com/php

When the page has loaded you will see various bits of information about the PHP installation on your server. You can ignore most of the sections, but if you look towards the top of the page you will see a section entitled Configure Command. This tells you what modules PHP on your server is compiled with. For example, if you see:

–enable-mbstring

This means that your server is compiled with the “mbstring” PHP module.

If you do not see a module listed that you require to run a specific script then please open a support ticket with us via My Rochen at: https://my.rochen.com and a member of our Customer Support Team will happily investigate to see if we can add it for you.

Another useful resource for general information on PHP modules is the PHP manual located on the official PHP website at: http://www.php.net/phpinfo

Updated on April 28, 2021

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