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Internal server error with phpsuexec

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by drhonk, Aug 11, 2003.

  1. drhonk

    drhonk Active Member

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    Hi guys,

    I want to know if any of you have the same problem. I've been using phpsuexec for awhile now .and its been working fine.

    2 weeks ago, my clients started to see Internal Server Error with their website, or only half of the page open. If they hit refresh button .. it works fine.

    Any of you have this problem ?? .. I don't know if this a mysql issue or what, but all servers started to have the same issue and doesn't happen all the time.

    cPanel.net Support Ticket Number: 20660
     
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    drhonk Active Member

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    am I the only one having this problem ??

    and on all servers ?? ..

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    I have found that this error is generally caused by wrong file permissions/ownership. For instance, if you'd try to execute index.php which is owned by user 'nobody' with the user 'bla' it would give out an internal server error. In the error_log it would come up with something like "premature end of script headers" allthough it has nothing to do with the script headers.

    To solve it, run "chown <username>:<group> <filename>" as root.
     
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