Pagely Engineers will be conducting scheduled maintenance in order to upgrade the web configuration engine. This work will occur during the specified time range for VPS customers in the following hosting region(s):
The purpose of this upgrade is to enable your hosting environment to access more versions of PHP and to unlock the new version selectors inside of the Atomic control panel. Please see this blog post for more information: https://pagely.com/blog/php-8-support-and-version-selectors/
During the maintenance, we will be upgrading the web configuration engine on each server to a new version that supports multiple PHP versions. There will be some very short service restarts and reloads occurring throughout the process that can result in a few seconds of downtime for dynamic content. If your pages are cached then they will continue to be served even when services are being restarted behind the scenes. Rest assured, this process will be supervised by a human and we'll be on the lookout for any errors. If there are any unforeseen issues, it will be rolled back. If we need your input on anything, we will reach out to you via Support Ticket.
We will not change your current PHP version as part of the maintenance. It is only going to enable the capability to support multiple versions for your account.
After the work is concluded, you will have access to a new PHP Version Tool in the application details page. At that point you are free to start managing your PHP version directly for each individual app!