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Apache 1.3.28

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by MattDr2, Jul 18, 2003.

  1. MattDr2

    MattDr2 Well-Known Member
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    I've lost any functionality at http://server.name.com/~user/

    Fix available? I've tried commenting out all UserDir entries in httpd.conf, to no avail.

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    What does the apache error log say when you attempt to access an account using the tilde method?

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  3. MattDr2

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    error: command not in docroot (/path/to/file.php)

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    phpSuExec & SuExec have been installed for a couple weeks now, everything had been working fine.

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    Its a bug in the new php+suexec patch. I've modified the patch to fix the problem. There is a new buildapache up now.

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    Thank you.

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    would this fix the sigusr1 graceful restarts i'm getting every 2-5 mins after i just ran easyapache update to 1.3.28 ?

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    Matt, with phpsuexec are your users having to chmod their PHP files to 755? Have you had to adjust anything on the server to make it run smoothly?
     
  9. MattDr2

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    Yes, everyone had to adjust their chmods, -- 99.9% of everyone, anyways.

    Most scripts are using 644 or 744.

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    So, will 644 run on phpsuexec without errors? Does that mean newly uploaded scripts with 644 don't need to be chmoded to 755 or 744?
     
  11. MattDr2

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    Correct, 644 runs fine in most cases, if you get 500 errors, chmod 744 is probably the answer.

    Also, directories cannot be 777, they must be 755.

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    Thanks. Can phpsuexec be uninstalled if we decide not to run it later? Is it just a matter of deselecting it in a new buildapache run?
     
  13. MattDr2

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    It can be uninstalled, but you'll need to update script permissions again.

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    it seems we lost the option for mod_dav in this last apache upgrade through WHM>software>apache.

    I didn't see an option when I tried /scripts/easyapache either

    can anyone point me in the right direction? I had just started using the mod_dav, pretty cool stuff

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    The mod_dav that used to be in easyapache caused problems with mod_php so it was removed.

    Few links that might help you:
    http://www.webdav.org/mod_dav/
    http://www.webdav.org/mod_dav/install.html#unix
    http://www.linuxselfhelp.com/HOWTO/Apache-Compile-HOWTO/apache.html#AEN290

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    Still having problems... the php defunct processes are still building up. :(

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