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You installed the EPEL repository for EL6, but you are running EL7. Remove it and try again with the correct EPEL version.
Here's a copy of the default file from an installation of PHP-FPM which I have; http://pastebin.com/Jpm1cBqn
The problem with this solution is that any authentication data, including the session ID and random user ID, that you send over HTTP can be stolen off of the wire. See Session hijacking. There are two viable solutions: Make the entire site HTTPS-only. Allow HTTP, but redirect the user to HTTPS before you allow them to log in. Then make any session ...
I has been ages that I am not doing anything in PHP but, without further info there would be a couple system configuration elements and php.ini settings I would check: path to the log file Please, ensure that the user running apache is able to reach the directory where the file is. That means it should have r+x access to the directories along the path. ...
The problem was I edited /etc/php.ini. The right one is /usr/local/lib/php.ini. Also /var/log/phpmaillog owner must be nobody:nobody and 666 permission.
Well late, but.... You should have a set of custom rules that either preceed or follow the rulesets, generally if you're removing rules or routes, you do it in a file that has a low CRS number. Modifications to the rulesets take place after the CRS files. We use 10 and 65 respectively. What you should be attempting to do is create an exclusion for the ...
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