you mean apache logs filled with
"Failed to start one instance. Resouce limit reached!" ?
per discussion above, it's likely a configuration issue :...
if your current apache + mod_ruid2 works fine, no need re-build apache. just run litespeed cPanel/WHM Plugin...
how did you build lsphp5 ? maybe the problem is here.
now the site is running nginx
update: already resolved.
"It was due to broken systemd setup in this server, the rc script was not installed properly.
REQ/SEC -- requests/second
REQ IN PROCESSING -- requests in processing
these value are for display only, you can't set it.
>Why do you say it is for all users, not per user?
I think you're right. should be per user.
here's an accurate answer to your question:
So should enable fileprotect when using litespeed. if not, manually enable it by
# touch /var/cpanel/fileprotect
here's official document...
can you force-reinstall 4.2.19 and test again, there is a new build 3 hours ago.
#/usr/local/lsws/admin/misc/lsup.sh -f 4.2.19
check .htaccess in document root, see if it has correct rewrite rule.
the user can have 2 x 30 = 60 processes.
please don't set
Process Soft Limit: 28
Process Hard Limit:30
it's too low. they means limit of lsphp5...
what's the lsws license type on this server ? 1-CPU, 2-CPU or 4-CPU ?
what's your setting at
lsws web admin -> Server -> General ->
PHP suEXEC Max Conn
/usr/local/lsws/fcgi-bin>./lsphp5 -i|grep "Configuration File (php.ini) Path"
Configuration File (php.ini) Path => /usr/local/lsws/lsphp53/lib
that would be easier to debug.
can you provide more information ?
how about run it in command line, for example, try...
>Hi if visit php file will show 500 internal error but no for html or other faile,
how about simple phpinfo.php page ? 500 error as well ?
"As of PHP 5.2.0, the JSON extension is bundled and compiled into PHP by default."
what's the php...
Hi, that's not possible --- because not all pages are cache-able.
>root@homeserver:~#php -i | grep memcached
is this php you built? check this one instead:
/usr/local/lsws/fcgi-bin/lsphp5 -i | grep memcached
is your vhost native or come from apache's httpd.conf ?
if from httpd.conf, grep "cgi-bin", see if directives like
Separate names with a comma.