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comment FastCGI apache reload issue (suexec)
Also ensure that the Suexec directive comes before that for SuexecUserGroup.
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comment FastCGI apache reload issue (suexec)
Given that permissions on suexec-custom look okay, the only other reason I can see that Apache code would override Suexec being enabled is if that isn't actually the location compiled into Apache as to where suexec should reside. Find the httpd or apache2 program and run it with the -V option. It may get cranky and require you to set certain environment variables for Apache user and group. It should output what SUEXEC_BIN, being the location of suexec, is that it it expects.
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answered Apache2 Ubuntu 500 Error
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comment FastCGI apache reload issue (suexec)
Since mod_wsgi has got nothing to do with FASTCGI, if you disable all the mod_wsgi configuration and module do you still have the issue? This will at least show you that this is nothing to do with mod_wsgi and your Django site and avoid any confusion due to mod_wsgi also being mentioned in the question.
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revised Running Docker with Apache WSGI side by side with Apache
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answered Running Docker with Apache WSGI side by side with Apache
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comment Running Docker with Apache WSGI side by side with Apache
Do you mean you want to have the Apache on the host proxy requests for a certain virtual host, through to another Apache instance running inside of a Docker container?
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comment Passing LD_PRELOAD to apache 2.4 for mod_wsgi
Maybe what you can do is without attempting to load the Python application, run pldd on the process ID of the Apache process to see what libraries it already has linked.
Jun
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comment Passing LD_PRELOAD to apache 2.4 for mod_wsgi
Are you loading mod_php into the same Apache? If mod_php was also loading that library somehow through an extension, but loading a different version, then that other version may not be compatible. This would explain why preloading works as it would override it.
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comment Ubuntu server, too many apache2 instances running maxing-out CPU
You don't say what sort of web application you are running on top of Apache. If you are running a Python web application, based on mod_wsgi being shown in server tokens, go read blog.dscpl.com.au/2012/10/…
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comment Passing LD_PRELOAD to apache 2.4 for mod_wsgi
What do you get if you run nm /opt/gdal-custom/lib/libgdal.so.1 | grep GDALRasterBandGetVirtualMem?
Jun
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answered Why do I have 2 httpd module folders? /usr/lib64/httpd/modules and /etc/httpd/modules
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comment Why do I have 2 httpd module folders? /usr/lib64/httpd/modules and /etc/httpd/modules
Version 4.2.8 of mod_wsgi is old. The latest at this time is 4.4.13. Why use the old version?github.com/GrahamDumpleton/mod_wsgi/releases
Jun
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comment Install Apache Modules on Custom Path
If you are using an Apache provided by a package from your Linux distribution, apxs/apxs2 will be in /usr/sbin. If it isn't there, then you likely do not have the 'dev' variant of the Apache package installed. If you are using an Apache compiled from source code in a custom directory, then it should be in the 'bin' directory for that installation. Do note that some third party packaged Apache versions don't provide headers and apxs to allow you to build modules. So question is where your Apache has come from. Better off creating a separate question for particular problem you are having.
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comment Passing LD_PRELOAD to apache 2.4 for mod_wsgi
What do you get when you run ldd /opt/rh/httpd24/root/var/www/wsgi-virtualenv/lib/python2.7/site-packages/GDAL-1.‌​‌​11.2-py2.7-linux-x86_64.egg/osgeo/_gdal.so. Add the result to your question. That command will show you what libraries are linked to the module and where it is finding them. Make sure you do not have LD_LIBRARY_PATH set to include the library directory when you do it else it will not show whether library being resolved all by itself.
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answered Passing LD_PRELOAD to apache 2.4 for mod_wsgi
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comment Non-responsive apache + mod_wsgi after installing scipy
You can drop WSGIScriptReloading directive as that defaults to on and generally would never need to be turned off. Due to using process-group option to WSGIScriptAlias, you can also drop the WSGIProcessGroup directive.
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revised Two mod_wsgi Django apps on one Apache are trying to use each other's config files
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