The release of DirectAdmin 1.56.0 allows up to 4 active php versions to be used, and Users can pick between them.
You must be using the latest version of CustomBuild 2.0.

The first php version will be the default, and will run all webapps.  Everything else is optional, and can be selected by the User in their Domain Setup page.

Sample install of multiple php versions:

cd /usr/local/directadmin/custombuild

./build update

./build set php1_release 7.1

./build set php2_release 5.6

./build set php3_release 7.0

./build set php4_release 7.3

./build set php1_mode php-fpm

./build set php2_mode php-fpm

./build set php3_mode php-fpm

./build set php4_mode php-fpm

./build php n

./build rewrite_confs

which will compile all of those php versions. Change the version numbers around as desired.
You need fewer than 4 php versions, set that given release to “no”, eg:

./build set php4_release no

./build rewrite_confs

Requires php_version_selector=1 is set in the ‘./directadmin c’ output, which it should be by default.

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