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Um you do know if your running Centos 5.6 you can use php 5.3 without having to use an external repo so you really don't have to wait for Centos 6.0.
Many personal VPS and hosts use Centos 5.x which uses the PHP 5.2.17. One of the big holdups to php 5.3 has been there isn't a pear package that runs with 5.3, so a lot of programs that need it like APC cache, etc don't work without doing custom compiles. Many hosts also provide mail interfaces (squirel mail, roundcode, etc) which all fail with 5.3
Once Centos 6 makes the air, then php 5.3 will have good support.
PHP 5.3.6 on my production server and MYSQL version 5.1.?. My test server has PHP 5.2.17 and MYSQL 5.1.57.
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