soft/hard limit is ok.
APC is not working well with php 5.4 or 5.5. this is APC's issue. you've to use XCache or OPcache...
can you check content of "Apache binary wrapper"?
2GB should not be a problem.
I know a user set shm=6GB and working fine. his APC version is 3.1.13, lsphp version is 5.3.28
it's known APC not...
can you force-reinstall 4.2.9 to ensure latest version, and try again ?
"L" mean last rewrite rule. this will disable rest rewrite rules. so better...
for the problem server, can you switch to apache, see if same issue ?
it's already out for a few days.
please check content of /usr/local/lsws/autoupdate/release, it may be wrong. just delete it, see if Admin CP's info...
this issue should have been resolved. from our staff:
not sure any change from 4.2.6 to 4.2.7+
for above settings, I's suggest a few changes:
RewriteRule ^(.*)?$ - [L,E=Cache-Control:max-age=240]
should not be a bug of upgrade script.
have not heard of similar reports.
with or without cPanel ?
using lsws web admin to build php 5.5.10 ? which extensions are included ?
lsws version ?
first, post your current settings of
lsws web admin -> Server -> Security -> File Access
then let's see if it can resolve your "404 Not Found" issue...
how about switch to 4.2.7 or 4.2.8 temporarily ?
the warning is not relating to railsDefaults at all
please focus on this one:
have you installed lfd on the server and how to configure it ?
the warning is false alarm from lfd, please...
the error message is:
by comparing phpinfo under apache and litespeed:
open_basedir: no value...
although I'm not the developer, I'll try to discuss it with you.
the message should come from lsapi ---
download latest php lsapi 6.6...
if the ads code is put in iframe, should be ok
can you give me access to web admin console ( :7080), just to check the settings, no modification.
can you try 4.2.8 and see if the issue still exists?
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