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Apache blank pages

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by fuzioneer, Jun 27, 2008.

  1. fuzioneer

    fuzioneer Well-Known Member

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    I suddenly last night encountered an issue on one Cpanel server where apache is not serving up the clients pages correctly.

    i can access whm on that server fine, i can access the cpanel etc for the clients ok, but if i try and browse one of their websites all i get is a totally blank page ?

    one of them is a oscommerce store and i can even hit the .htaccess on the admin ok and enter credentials and then it goes to blank page.

    Any pointers ?

    Edit: Extra info, this is only ocurring on php pages, standard html are fine, hence why cpanel unaffected

    Edit2: hmmm I tell a lie, i can create a "Hello World" php page and all is well, so it appears to be only when its a php file accessing the MySQL database !

    Edit3: lol this is soooo weird, some of the sites on the server that have db connections are fine.

    still looking....
     
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    fuzioneer Well-Known Member

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    ok sorted

    I checked everything and all appeared ok, but in the end i did an apache rebuild and while i was at it, i did a minor revision upgrade to php 4.4.8 and all is well again ;)
     
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    Thanks for sharing this information in forum. It will help others to solve similar kind of issues.
     
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    cPanelDavidG Technical Product Specialist

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    Also keep in mind, when you upgrade MySQL from 4.1 to 5.0, you should run EasyApache to ensure your PHP scripts can work with the new MySQL installation.
     
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