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Enabling MPM ITK with mod_suphp enabled + cloudlinux

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by magj, Jul 24, 2014.

  1. magj

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    Hi

    I read some threads about this and the documentation but I couldn't find an answer on this.

    The question is:
    I use Cloudlinux, I use mod suphp , I have about 100 sites running multiple version of PHP.

    If I enable MPM ITK, it disables mod suphp . What happens then? Are my sites affected (folders are 755,file are 644,etc.)

    Are there any known issues doing this?

    Regards
     
  2. cPanelMichael

    cPanelMichael Technical Support Community Manager
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    Please see the following document:

    MPM Options

    In particular, pay close attention to this section:

    Based on the information you provided, I would not except any issues with your websites if you switch to CGI as the PHP handler.

    Thank you.
     
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    Hi magj,

    cPanel doesn't currently support multiple versions of PHP, but as you already know, CloudLinux does provide that functionality. However, most of the issues with MPM ITK aren't with PHP itself, but with the additional components that must operate under MPM ITK (e.g. FastCGI, Tomcat, Mod Qos, EAccelerator, etc).

    As always, it would be prudent to set up a test server before making drastic changes to your live server.
     
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