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Migration without fast cgi possible?
using different systems with and without fast cgi.
Is it also possible to migrate vhcs2 to ispcp without fast cgi?
Having poblems to install fast cgi on a system because it's a live system and so i lost all my php settings and i think this part is a little dangerous ...
12-15-2007 12:59 AM
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RE: Migration without fast cgi possible?
its possible for customer domains. but as far as i see that you have to run the admin interface with fastcgi...
12-15-2007 02:25 AM
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RE: Migration without fast cgi possible?
thanks rbtux,

hm - but vhcs2 setup did not include fast cgi .. and most users did not have installed fast cgi in vhcs ...
also ispCP upgrade script did not include installation for fast cgi.
How to be able to upgrade ?


rbtux Wrote:its possible for customer domains. but as far as i see that you have to run the admin interface with fastcgi...
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12-15-2007 02:39 AM
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RE: Migration without fast cgi possible?
note, im running fine atm with mod_php instead of fcgi Wink
12-15-2007 02:49 AM
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RE: Migration without fast cgi possible?
good to know Wink

Zothos Wrote:note, im running fine atm with mod_php instead of fcgi Wink
12-15-2007 02:53 AM
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