have you upgrade to lastest lslb 1.8 ?
please refer the release log:
if you use WHM/cPanel, you can put above directives in a global include file, so every account have them as part of rewrite rules.
lslb should not be the bottleneck, the network card(NIC) is.
you can add another 1G bps NIC card on the server and bond 2 1Gbps NIC to a 2G bps NIC....
PHP suEXEC: Yes
should be safer.
"Run under home directory" is there mainly because of directadmin.
if you can get update from directadmin...
this doesn't look much helpful ...
please try lsws's debug logging:
1.lsws web admin->Actions->Toggle Debug Logging
you can enable wordpress debug
and check /wp-content/debug.log if any log in it when 403 error...
any error message in error log for the 403 forbidden ?
if you've enabled mod_security, can disable it temporarily to see if still 403 ?
not sure if it's a wordpress(php) issue
you can try switch to apache to see if same issue.
which URL cause 403 ?
you can check mysql slow query log, see if any query takes very long time.
also can run
to see if many current query running...
ioncube itself works well with lsphp. it's your php configuration issue.
you can try comment out all other extensions and keep ioncube, will it...
put phpinfo.php under /chroot/home/blestade/blestademo2.com/html/
see if there is info...
in php.ini, comment out lines like
see if 503...
for static files(images etc), it's 100% safe I think. so ok to keep the setting.
glad you find the fix yourself.
I re-checked the rewrite rule,
i.e., missed a leading /. since (from http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/mod/mod_rewrite.html)
so the command should be:
root@host [/home/cxsuser/user]# gdb...
1. comment out all current extensions:
#grep extension /usr/local/lib/php.ini
I did a quick test, yes, 256K is ok but 256KB results the error message.
Maybe you have set "Max Object Size" too low ?
e.g,, if you enter 128 instead of 128KB, that means 128 bytes only, that'll cause failure to cache in...
can you update what you've changed ? Thanks!
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