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FYI just found the same thing can happen for another reason,when I upgraded a server from Debian 9 to 11. I copied over the apache2 configs and found that connections on 80 worked but those on 443 were refused. When I did a status check I found this Dec 04 09:55:54 Server2 systemd[1]: Starting The Apache HTTP Server... Dec 04 09:55:55 Server2 apachectl[877]: ...


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Although the question here was asked a long time ago, Google still seems to be directing a lot of traffic here, and the previous answer is not secure. I have tested this with PHP 7.2 and 7.4 on Ubuntu. PHP will happily write session data outside of the open_basedir directory using the default handler. It should not work with a custom handler or with older ...


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