I need to be able to post errors for a single domain, preferably to log in the domains /www/logs directory.
Apparently one can do this using home/domainName/pubic_html/.htaccess, but I have been unable to.
I get Internal Server Error when trying the following:
php_value error_reporting 7
php_flag display_errors On
enable PHP error logging
php_flag log_errors on
Hi is it possible? My script not work with mod_fcgid, but work with suphp so I would like run one domain with suphp and other with mod_fcgid+xcache on one server. I don't want run every sites with suphp because xcaxhe don't work with it.
I just want to know why people say eAccelerator won't work if SuPHP is enabled, because in my server I was running e-accelerator and now i have enabled suphp and it seems to be working fine so far at least ...
is this a good idea to run both ?
if i am to disable the e-accelerator how do i do that ?
is there any alternative to do acceleration other than the e-accelerator when usi
When Apache is compiled as CGI/SuPHP, it allows users to create their own php.ini file under their home directory and modify the php values as per their wish. This may increase security concerns on the server and hence to avoid this, force every user to use a common php.ini file.
This can be achieved by defining [...]
I have updated the file, I did comment that I was getting a 500 server error, but I don't know if that is was just a passing thing or if something in my .htaccess messed things up! Anyway this is the file I am now using and this works, by that no more 500 error but still will not keep me on my localhost, vaio-server but keeps transferring me to my live site!
https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/suphp/All prerequisites have been installed 3 three times over (via pacman, apache, etc, all from arch repos) , the system and everything is up to date (syy+syu).At first I had a build error which mentioned not being able to find apr.h and such, which I got past with the following change to the package's make command;make CFLAGS+=-I/usr/include/apr-1/That ch