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comment How do I upgrade PHP on CentOS 6.7 for CiviCRM 4.7 / WordPress?
I'd recommend posting your "how to make CiviCRM cron use correct PHP" as a separate question back on CiviCRM.SE, not as comments to this question on how to upgrade on CentOS. In that question, detail your current cron job and system config, along with the fact that you need to call PHP from a specific path. You'll get better answers working within the StackExchange format.
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comment How do I upgrade PHP on CentOS 6.7 for CiviCRM 4.7 / WordPress?
Per-user or system wide is determined by whether you applied the changes in the user's homedir (eg /home/gh) or a system dir (eg /etc). If you want user apache to pick it up, you probably want to apply it system-wide. I recommend testing that the scl command in your cron is working as you expect; try adding a second task which prints the output of php -v to confirm this. Once you confirm the right PHP version is output, you can move on to the next part.
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comment How do I upgrade PHP on CentOS 6.7 for CiviCRM 4.7 / WordPress?
Which is to say: prepend, don't replace
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comment How do I upgrade PHP on CentOS 6.7 for CiviCRM 4.7 / WordPress?
export PATH=/opt/foo/bin:$PATH
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comment How do I upgrade PHP on CentOS 6.7 for CiviCRM 4.7 / WordPress?
I wonder if that relates to this question also? civicrm.stackexchange.com/q/9463/149 which to me points towards PHP versions again.
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comment How do I upgrade PHP on CentOS 6.7 for CiviCRM 4.7 / WordPress?
If curl is giving "invalid user/pass" errors, then check the user/pass on the CLI are correct to permit you to access the CiviCRM interface. That is a question suited for civicrm.stackexchange.com (sorry to bounce you around!)
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comment How do I upgrade PHP on CentOS 6.7 for CiviCRM 4.7 / WordPress?
civicrm.stackexchange.com/q/9596/149 - related over on CiviCRM.SE. Can you expand this answer to describe the issues/peculiarities you're having, and what you're referring to with "dual PHP install method"?