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just to test SELinux part, try disabling it and see if that's the cause of your issue: [alexus@XXXXXXXXXX ~]$ getenforce Enforcing [alexus@XXXXXXXXXX ~]$ sudo setenforce 0 [alexus@XXXXXXXXXX ~]$ getenforce Permissive [alexus@XXXXXXXXXX ~]$ also, are you running doing it as chroot by any chance? I've had similar issue back to FreeBSD days, but that was ...
Not sure if it helps in this case, but I set only one children, find PID and then debug it with strace strace -p PID
in practice the dynamic vhost feature is not optimal, because you are not flexible enough (.htaccess is in some cases not enough). use a script to generate the vhosts or use something like puppet to define the vhosts (https://github.com/puppetlabs/puppetlabs-apache). btw: for your php setup i would use php-fpm (ondemand) with (mod_proxy_fcgi or ...
Those parameters are configurated in php.ini, usually located in /etc/php5/php.ini but may also be more specific like : /etc/php5/apache2/php.ini or maybe /etc/php5/fastsgi/php.ini To be absolutly accurate you can create a "phpinfo file", it will show you the path of actually used config file : Create a info.php file on your server and ...
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