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If your last EasyApache build profile had the FastCGI options enabled when compiling Apache and PHP then you may use that as the PHP request handler. The switch is performed via WHM or via CLI, as described below:

Menu path, WHM: Main >> Service Configuration >> Apache Configuration >> PHP and SuExec Configuration

Or, the same operations can be performed using the following script via root SSH access:
Code:
# /usr/local/cpanel/bin/rebuild_phpconf
Related documentation:
ApachePHPRequestHandling < EasyApache3 < TWiki
Configure PHP and SuExec
Configuring PHP and SuExec from the Command Line
Apache & cPanel/WHM
 

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Ok i was change the php handler from suphp to cgi and also i set suphp to off.

But is that option cgi means fast cgi?
 

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Ok i was change the php handler from suphp to cgi and also i set suphp to off.

But is that option cgi means fast cgi?
If only "CGI" is seen in the drop-down menu, then it will be necessary to run EasyApache to add support for "FastCGI" by selecting/enabling the desired FCGID/FastCGI build options for Apache and PHP.

These may be found in the Exhaustive list of options when using EasyApache.

EasyApache can be run via your root WHM control panel, or it can be run via root SSH Access, as described below:

Here is the menu path to run EasyApache via your root WHM control panel:
WHM: Main >> Software >> EasyApache (Apache Update)

Here is the command to run EasyApache via root SSH access:
Code:
# /scripts/easyapache