Not quite. It's not related to an Apache restart at all. The 9 minutes is in reference to the last time a browser makes connection to the wbmail page (no login required, just access to the page).Hey there! Just to recap, our concern is now that the system only works for 9 minutes after an Apache restart? Is that what we're seeing?
Can you post the exact data you're using in the include file(s) so I can do some testing with this?
Thanks for looking into this!So I did the testing and after waiting the 9-10 minutes I get a 401 error. What process are you taking to "reset" that connection to remove the error?
Nope - the way that PHP-FPM handles that is normal, which is why we need that custom include in the first place. The focus of the case is to why adding the customization to an individual vhost isn't working as expected.It just seems wrong for PHP-FPM to break the normal usage of .htaccess for .php files. Would you agree?
Ok, I will accept your statement, but can you point me to docs that detail why it would be normal or desirable for FPM to prevent ErrorDocument in .htaccess from being honored for php files? I have read the FPM docs in the past (but not the one you cited above about the interaction of FPM, the ProxyErrorOverride directive, and vhost includes. (Sorry, I misunderstood what you meant about includes the firs time - I was thinking php include files. Ha!) I can see that I need to go back and re-read current FPM docs. There are also a number of changes in WHM as well since I last read up on it.Nope - the way that PHP-FPM handles that is normal, which is why we need that custom include in the first place. The focus of the case is to why adding the customization to an individual vhost isn't working as expected.
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