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500 internal server errors -- help

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by aingaranweb, Jul 26, 2005.

  1. aingaranweb

    aingaranweb Well-Known Member

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    aingaranweb Well-Known Member

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    Also getting.

    failed to open log file
    fopen: Permission denied
    [Tue Jul 26 22:44:42 2005] [error] [client ******] Premature end of script headers: /home/*****/public_html/links/directory
     
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    Re-compile Php. That should solve this problem, if not PM me.
     
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    I recompiled php... still same problem.

    now, i'm noticing that the server loaded increases when practially any php page is opened.. ie any page phpbb causes the server load to increase to over 1. when 1 visitor opens the page.
     
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    Do you have phpsuexec enabled in the new build?

    I got hundreds of php 500 server errors (on nearly every script I had) when I transferred my accounts over to a cpanel server. Perhaps it could be something as simple as ensuring the files have the proper ownership?

    I used the material in this post to help me set the proper permissions and ownership: http://forums.cpanel.net/showthread.php?t=13119&highlight=phpsuexec
    And haven't had an issue w/ php files since.
     
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