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Apache2 + mod_fcgid + php stopped working after upgrade from Debian squeeze to wheezy

I've updated my server from Debian squeeze to Debian wheezy. On this server are several apache2 vhost which running php via mod_fcgid (I'm also using mod_suexec but this shouldn't be the problem). ...
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libapache2-mod-php5 uninstalled after update impossible to put back

I use Webmin to administrate my Ubuntu 12.04 x86_64 machine. Yesterday, as often, I got notified of updates and installed them. During the installation process, libapache2-mod-php5 has been ...
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Setting an Fcgid Directive produces an Invalid Command error

I'm trying to set the MaxRequestInMem, MaxRequestsPerProcess and MaxRequestLen but it keeps on saying that it's an Invalid command 'MaxRequestInMem', perhaps misspelled or defined by a module not ...
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mod_fcgid error after upgrading from PHP5.3 to 5.4

I just made an upgrade from PHP 5.3 to 5.4 via dotdeb.org sources. After that, I get errors on vhosts with active FastCGI-Application. [Mon May 20 21:05:15 2013] [warn] [client xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx] ...
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When getting “Premature end of script headers” in Apache error log, is it possible to also log the GET arguments sent to the script?

I have a single PHP script on a fairly high traffic server that is throwing off a lot of errors of this sort: (104)Connection reset by peer: mod_fcgid: error reading data from FastCGI server ...
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running .html as .php

How do I edit my .htaccess file using mod_fcgid to turn .html files to act as .php I tried: AddHandler fastcgi-script .html Did not work. I am using cpanel and using php 5.3 and apache 2.2.
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Host couldn't be reached by domain name, only by IP: Apache's fault?

I have this Windows Server 2003 R2 32 bit machine running Apache 2.4.2 with OpenSSL 1.0.1c and PHP 5.4.5 via mod_fcgid 2.3.7. This config worked just fine for some hours, but then the site couldn't be ...
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Why are there tons of PHP processes open on my server?

Today I saw that a website of mine isn't working so I ssh'd to the server and executed ps -eF. I see about 200 PHP processes that are running all for 4 hours. Apache is built with mpm event and mod ...
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241 views

linux + apache + mpm_worker + mod_fcgid + php5

I am using VPS based hosting for a website and found that default apache2 + prefork + mod_php is too resource intensive for my VPS to achieve acceptable concurrency. (Eating RAM) So I recently ...
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Apache2/mod_fcgid/PHP Process Limits Not Respected

I've recently moved to Apache2 / mod_fcgid / PHP from nginx / php_fpm. This is the second server on which I've made this migration, but it's used much less frequently than the first, which is working ...