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[SOLVED] Couple of Config Issues - Joomla 1.7 RokGallery
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[SOLVED] Couple of Config Issues - Joomla 1.7 RokGallery
rockettheme.com is saying that they've been finding that fcgi is causing issues with some / primairly one of their components...

Rokgallery...

I have some themes loaded up and having issues with that component specifically...
Can't update it & can't upload images to it...
Where does ISPCP fit?

Where would I find the errors specifically 500 errors generated when dealing with this component?

fcgi is what they think is the issue...

I think its also some of the openbase restrictions but really not sure...
being the templates load with 1.4 and not the current 2.0 is also an issue.. .but trying to upgrade it results in a 500 error...

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Rockettheme is also using the PDO sqlite an that may also be part of the issue...

what would be the proper way to add support for the required items in this list?

System Requirements
PHP support for the SQLite PDO driver
PHP support for the MySQL PDO driver
MySQL with InnoDB support
PHP support for PDO
PHP support for GD2
PHP 5.2.8 and above
(This post was last modified: 09-24-2011 02:47 AM by viperiii.)
09-23-2011 02:21 PM
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RE: Couple of Config Issues - Joomla 1.7 RokGallery
where would I look specifically for 500 errors being generated from the site?

the php.ini looks pretty good... not sure why I can't even update the component at all - keep getting 500 errors when installing new modules / components in J1.7...

1.5 works so maybe I'll go that route... (not sure that will solve the issue but worth a try I guess!)
This Post:
http://isp-control.net/forum/thread-1112...l#pid99287

Quote:RE: Upload of files limited to approx 100KB
Thanks MC Smile

But I solve the problem differently

In my case, I had to install first mod-security2 :

Code:
apt-get install libapache2-mod-security2

And after, I have modified the file /etc/apache2/ispcp/domain.tld.conf with adding this :
Code:
<IfModule mod_fcgid.c>
MaxRequestLen 15728640
</IfModule>

Restart Apache2 and that's works


Fixed the issue...

issue seems to be with some php applications fcgi is blocking anything bigger than 100kb from working even when php_memory is set higher like 10-20mb

each domain has to be edited... what would the fix be for all domains to have this? instead of editing each one? or at least based on a package?
(This post was last modified: 09-24-2011 02:46 AM by viperiii.)
09-24-2011 01:53 AM
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RE: [SOLVED] Couple of Config Issues - Joomla 1.7 RokGallery
@viperill, take a look at the fcgid configuration post I wrote a while ago. It will let you set sane default values for all the domains in your server (plus adjust it to consume the proper amount of resources).
09-26-2011 04:03 PM
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RE: [SOLVED] Couple of Config Issues - Joomla 1.7 RokGallery
(09-26-2011 04:03 PM)kilburn Wrote:  @viperill, take a look at the fcgid configuration post I wrote a while ago. It will let you set sane default values for all the domains in your server (plus adjust it to consume the proper amount of resources).

Big thanks for this thread I had the same problem with Joomla and uploading files over 100kb!

David
02-14-2012 01:33 AM
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