CloudLinux 7 + PHP Selector + LSAPI + IonCube

Lucas

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I was running CentOS 6 with LiteSpeed and decided to do the move to CloudLinux 7 with LSAPI for improved stability and performance. I've read quiet a bit and since I made the switch I've been having issues with my WHMCS installation. I've been receiving white pages and nothing of what I've done has helped me solved it. I've tried checking permissions, ownership, re-compiling, making sure I have the latest IonCube version loaded, using the native PHP, trying different versions, making sure I updated the cage with the new settings and even look at the error_log and lusphp_log with no luck. I keep getting a blank page and enabling display_errors on the application and php.ini isn't returning any errors, just the blank page.

Any ideas where should I start looking at in such case?
 

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Hello,

Create phpinfo page on your domain and check which php version is using your WHMCS also try to increase php memory limit for your domain and check that blank page issues
 

Lucas

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It seems to be a problem with LSAPI. I removed it and restored all configurations and it is running fine again. I was hoping in using LSAPI for a few intense PHP sites.
 
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cPanelMichael

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I've read quiet a bit and since I made the switch I've been having issues with my WHMCS installation.
Hello :)

You may also want to post to the WHMCS support forums if the issue is isolated to their application:

WHMCS Forums

Thank you.
 

cPanelMichael

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New I disabled LSAPI and it started working. It seems it's still not stable enough... I see that under their documentation it still says it is beta.
Thank you for taking the time to provide us with an update of the outcome. You may want to report this directly to Cloud Linux as well.

Thank you.
 
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