lscgid: execve(): Exec format error

Discussion in 'CGI/Perl/Python' started by Sparaker, Sep 17, 2007.

  1. Sparaker

    Sparaker New Member

    Hello,

    I added fast cgi handler in perl. Perl scripts were working even when i haven't added anything for cgi. However they were running seperate processes for each request. I configured the external app like this:

    Name lsperld
    Address uds://tmp/lshttpd/lsperl.sock
    Notes Not Set
    Max Connections 20
    Environment FCGI_PERL_MAX_REQ=500
    Initial Request Timeout (secs) 120
    Retry Timeout (secs) 0
    Persistent Connection Yes
    Connection Keepalive Timeout Not Set
    Response Buffering No
    Auto Start Yes
    Command $SERVER_ROOT/fcgi-bin/lsperld.fpl
    Back Log 100
    Instances 20
    Run On Start Up Not Set
    Max Idle Time Not Set
    Priority Not Set
    Memory Soft Limit (bytes) 100M
    Memory Hard Limit (bytes) 120M
    Process Soft Limit 1000
    Process Hard Limit 1100

    Next I added a script handler for pl files.

    Restarted the server and ran the script. The script still ran in a seperate process. I then removed this line from the top of my perl script "#!/usr/bin/perl" and it gave me this error: "lscgid: execve(): Exec format error"

    The server can run .cgi extension files too even though i haven't added cgi extensions as a script handler ? are they added in by default ? How can i run the perl scripts as fast cgi process ?

    I have installed the fastcgi module in perl.
    Last edited: Sep 17, 2007
  2. mistwang

    mistwang LiteSpeed Staff

    If the file is located inside a CGI context, it will be executed as CGI script.
  3. Sparaker

    Sparaker New Member

    What do you mean by CGI context ? the cgi-bin dir ?

    The file is not inside the cgi-bin directory.
  4. mistwang

    mistwang LiteSpeed Staff

    turn on debug logging and check error.log for configuration problem. Looks like your script is still configured to run as cgi, if you use LSWS with Apache httpd.conf, make sure "pl" is not configured to run CGI script. just remove related configuration.
  5. Sparaker

    Sparaker New Member

    I'll check that now. Thanks.
  6. Sparaker

    Sparaker New Member

    Works now. I removed the .pl config lines from httpd.conf. Thanks alot.

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