I've had it disabled up until recently, but due to some email client software not building proper index files, they makes the server read all files in inbox while searching creating huge IO load on the server.
Using solr has mitigated this, but now some have to much mail for solr in current...
We have several accounts which is 15+GB with several hundred thousand emails total.
And we can see index-worker running and solr process building in ram usage untill it reaches 512MB rss.
And after this happens searching in those inboxes takes upwards to 30minutes.
Do cPanel provide any...
I've been using /usr/local/cpanel/cgi-sys/ea-phpXX for the longest time for some custom config i have, but it seems php7.2 was shipped without adding a binary for this version.
I have ways to get around this, but I was wondering if those binaries did any checks against ownership/permission...
I just tried to enable FPM on a fairly unoptimized wordpress installation on one of my servers and within 10 minutes the site bacame completly unresponsive, and the child was dead as in not serving anyone.
It did not respond with 503 either, just waiting for response.
When i restarted fpm...
I've found it not to be as bulletproof as fastcgi unfortunately.
Right now i got "FcgidMaxProcessesPerClass 1" set for each virtualhost, i can easy set the same in fpm with 1 child per pool.
The problem comes when/if there is a huge number of requests against one pool, this for some reason also...
I've looked a bit into what i takes to run fastcgi with support for multiple php versions.
This is quite easy to do through cli.
As this needs the experimental repository, play at your own risk. ;)
# Install easy apache 4 experimental repository to add fastcgi modules to easyapache4.
Today i call scripts with https://fqdn:2087/cgi/pluginname/pluginscript.cgi?run=scriptname not using any existing api calls.
Is there any additional features on current roadmap to api tokens which may replace the current feature of access hash ?
I've made a plugin which we need access to through an external system, today we use php for this and send an request containing access hash to authenticate.
After version 64 this type of authentication is deprecated, so I tried to use the new api token system instead but i get the following...