Problem with "Configure PHP and SuExec"

anton_latvia

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Hi,
On one server I've got strange problem. I always upgrade apache and php from shell and on one server we decided to run both PHP versions. I have successfully completed compilation, but when I come to "Configure PHP and SuExec" page, I get this error:

EasyApache is currently upgrading your Apache and PHP installation.

Please wait for this process to finish before changing your PHP and Suexec settings.


I am pretty sure, that compilation has finished. What could be wrong or where could I look?

Thank you!
Anton.
 

cPanelDavidG

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Hi,
On one server I've got strange problem. I always upgrade apache and php from shell and on one server we decided to run both PHP versions. I have successfully completed compilation, but when I come to "Configure PHP and SuExec" page, I get this error:

EasyApache is currently upgrading your Apache and PHP installation.

Please wait for this process to finish before changing your PHP and Suexec settings.


I am pretty sure, that compilation has finished. What could be wrong or where could I look?

Thank you!
Anton.
Well if that message has appeared for more than a couple of hours, then I highly recommend letting our technical analysts take a look at that for you.
 

rampid360

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This same thing has happened to me a few times even though the build completes successfully.

Remove the file 'AN_EASYAPACHE_BUILD_IS_CURRENTLY_RUNNING' in /usr/local/apache
 

cPanelDon

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This same thing has happened to me a few times even though the build completes successfully.

Remove the file 'AN_EASYAPACHE_BUILD_IS_CURRENTLY_RUNNING' in /usr/local/apache
If considering this please first ensure that the compile processes are fully completed by checking the process list output from the "ps" command, and then verify that Apache can successfully restart and that it is able to show valid status information that confirms Apache/httpd is in a functional running state.

Here is an example command for using "ps" to view the process list:
Code:
# ps afuxww
Here is a command to attempt a restart of Apache/httpd:
Code:
# /scripts/restartsrv_httpd
Here are a collection of commands to check the Apache running status:
Code:
# /usr/local/apache/bin/apachectl status
# /usr/local/apache/bin/apachectl fullstatus
# /scripts/restartsrv_httpd --status
# lsof -nPi4:80,443
# ps afuxww | grep -i httpd
 
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