Cgi daemon error

Discussion in 'Bug Reports' started by bettinz, May 28, 2013.

  1. bettinz

    bettinz Member

    Hello, with 4.2.3 I can use suexec daemon in "run on startup", but i can't use "start with cgi daemon" in autostart. If I use "yes" it works.
    With 4.2.2 works.

    I'm using Litespeed on a CloudLinux Server with cagefs (i've tried to disable cagefs without success). Also, i'm using LSAPI 6.2.

    I'm on cPanel, and I also see this errors on main page: (i use default mod_security rules)
    Code:
    [HTAccess] Failed to open [/usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/mailman/cgi-bin/.htaccess]: Permission denied
    2013-05-26 15:19:11.365	ERROR	[HTAccess] Failed to open [/usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/mailman/cgi-bin/.htaccess]: Permission denied
    2013-05-26 23:02:58.005	ERROR	[ModSecurity] unknown server variable while parsing: MULTIPART_STRICT_ERROR
    2013-05-26 23:02:58.025	ERROR	[ModSecurity] unknown server variable while parsing: HTTP_User-Agent
    2013-05-26 23:11:58.163	ERROR	[ModSecurity] unknown server variable while parsing: MULTIPART_STRICT_ERROR
    2013-05-26 23:11:58.165	ERROR	[ModSecurity] unknown server variable while parsing: HTTP_User-Agent
    2013-05-27 23:08:11.241	ERROR	[ModSecurity] unknown server variable while parsing: MULTIPART_STRICT_ERROR
    2013-05-27 23:08:11.257	ERROR	[ModSecurity] unknown server variable while parsing: HTTP_User-Agent
    2013-05-27 23:18:15.848	ERROR	[ModSecurity] unknown server variable while parsing: MULTIPART_STRICT_ERROR
    2013-05-27 23:18:15.849	ERROR	[ModSecurity] unknown server variable while parsing: HTTP_User-Agent
    
    
  2. webizen

    webizen New Member

    try force re-install.

    /usr/local/lsws/admin/misc/lsup.sh -f -v 4.2.3
  3. bettinz

    bettinz Member

    I'll sen a ticket ;)
  4. mistwang

    mistwang LiteSpeed Staff

    latest 4.2.3 build should address this issue, please do a force update of 4.2.3 .
    however, for PHP suEXEC daemon, since it starts only once, it does not matter using "Through lscgid Daemon" mode or not.

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