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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by sphost, Feb 27, 2004.

  1. sphost

    sphost Well-Known Member

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    i need urgent help please :(

    am using fedora

    i updated apache through my WHM and since then , all php scripts that uses custom .htaccess are giving FORBIDDEN :(

    Nothing were changed inside those .htaccess and also they didnt work after i reinstalled those scripts

    can anyone help me please ?
     
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    sphost Well-Known Member

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    i was able to fix this by downgrading php from whm
    running apache update from whm
    now, my server is waaaaaaaay tooooooo slow :(

    please help here , what shall i look for. serverload is showing : 0.08 memory : 31.8 %

    after i updated apache my WHM news page is like this :


    Apache Core 1.3.29
    mod_perl BLANK
    Gzip Module 1.3.26.1a
    Passthrough Authentication 1.8
    Bytes Logger 1.2
    Bandwidth Limiter 1.4
    PHP 4.3.4 4.3.3
    FrontPage 5.0.2.2634
    mod_ssl 2.8.16
    OpenSSL 0.9.7a


    can someone please help out ? this is urgent please :(
     
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    Website Rob Well-Known Member

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    You could run into a multitude of problems actually.

    http://www.redhat.com/advice/ask.html

    Q: Can I use Fedora as the solution for my server needs?

    A: Fedora is for the developer or highly technical enthusiast who wants the latest technology early and often and is using Linux in non-critical computing environments.

    We do not recommend using Fedora as a production server in managed environments where support options, maintenance, software/hardware certifications, and longer release cycles are valued.


    There is more, but the above seems to give the impression that using Fedora for a Production Server is not a good idea. Food for thought.


    Presuming you have 'root' access to the Server I would recommend the following:

    /scripts/easyapache

    When finished getting ready you will be asked to choose an option by number. Choose #1, press Enter, go watch your favourite sitcom. ;)

    It will take anywhere from 10 - 30 minutes to finish and nothing you can do till it's finished. Once it has, run the 'easyapache' again only now choose #5 -- will give the most common PHP modules and is very good for your basic PHP applications.

    Wait again till finished and then look at your WHM news page.

    The reason I went through all the above is that your WHM news page is showing two versions of PHP and that is not right. Doing the above should correct that and next time you run 'easyapache' you can skip using #1 and go right to the number you want to use.
     
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    sphost Well-Known Member

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    Thank you so much for your help, there is no way to reinstall OS now cause the server now is running and hosting some runing sites.
    i will use easy apache as you told me and will post here if it will wok

    thank again, i apreciate it
     
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