> > On Mar 22, 2020, at 7:08 PM, Rowan Tommins email@example.com>
> > I glanced at a couple of the WordPress hosts you mentioned, and couldn't
> find a clear description of their PHP configurations, but I suspect it's
> similar - some "bundled" extensions won't be enabled (e.g. various database
> drivers), and some PECL extensions will be installed as standard (e.g.
> Here is what is on Pantheon for PHP 7.3.14:
Thanks. Without doing a thorough analysis, I can already confirm my
* The configure line includes '--without-gdbm' '--without-pspell'
'--disable-posix' '--disable-sysvmsg' '--disable-sysvshm'
* Installed extensions which are from PECL include apcu, mongodb, imagick,
newrelic, oauth, and redis
I don't want to imply that bundling has no value, but it's not a red line