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500 error , no cgi scripts working anymore

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by oderland, May 25, 2003.

  1. oderland

    oderland Well-Known Member
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    We ahve this weekend bumpd into a isue there no cgi scripts can be run anymore. Even some of the cpanel cgis is not working.
    Redirection in subdomains and so on.

    All permision are right, suexec fixprem. scripts have been used and som on.
    We have that isue on all 3 cpanel servers. Even the new server (1day).

    We could not find anything in error.log file just the usual "premature ....." message.

    Need help... 800 customers is depending on us! No respons from Darkorb besides " Did you check you permissions..." Even if we had 755 all over

    /Jack

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    Website Rob Well-Known Member

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    I have noticed this problem seems to happen with some of the Stable releases. Previous CGI scripts that were working are now not. The fix I found was to put the CGI scripts in a sub-directory ( /cgi-bin/dir/script ). For more than one account though, that is not really a solution.

    If the only change made was a Cpanel update, I would suggest updating to the next release or even switching to Edge -- which is what I have used with no problems.

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    This used to happen to me on my freebsd box but not on linux.

    The solution is to run easyapache and let it reinstall apache.
    It seems to fix it.

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