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    Hi Bertie

    Many thanks

    Have you tried clearing your browser cache

    What does the vhost file look like - it should have the links to the different php-fpm in I think

    Have you restarted Apache

    If you create a new site, does this show correct php version

    If you ssh into server run php -v what version is shown

    Did you correctly set the php version from nodeworx, siteworx edit site

    Many thanks

    John

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    Quote Originally Posted by d2d4j View Post
    Hi Bertie

    Many thanks

    Have you tried clearing your browser cache

    What does the vhost file look like - it should have the links to the different php-fpm in I think

    Have you restarted Apache

    If you create a new site, does this show correct php version

    If you ssh into server run php -v what version is shown

    Did you correctly set the php version from nodeworx, siteworx edit site

    Many thanks

    John
    php -v still shows PHP 5.4.45
    Interworx shows:
    System PHP Version: ? 5.6.32 (remi-php56)

    When creating a new site and putting in a php file the following errors occur in the error log file:

    [Mon Nov 13 11:26:11 2017] [error] [client 62.6.255.66] (2)No such file or directory: FastCGI: failed to connect to server "/dev/shm/iracktes-remi-safe-php56.fcgi": socket file descriptor (2881) is larger than FD_SETSIZE (1024), you probably need to rebuild Apache with a larger FD_SETSIZE
    [Mon Nov 13 11:26:11 2017] [error] [client 62.6.255.66] FastCGI: incomplete headers (0 bytes) received from server "/dev/shm/iracktes-remi-safe-php56.fcgi"

    Seems like we may have to rebuild Apache?

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    Hi Bertie

    Oh dear, that does not sound good sorry

    My best advice is to open a support ticket with IW and let them have a look

    Please do not try to rebuild Apache as IW use Apache from their own repo

    You could look up the correct Apache version required and yum install it but honestly, I would open a support ticket as there is more going on here then first appearance

    Many thanks

    John

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    Hi
    I have just seen that for PHP-FPM, there are 2 additional functions added to system services, web server which may save a little time
    The first is Refresh PHP-FPM Cache - this is good because if your PHP-FPM shows cannot find, then you can run this to refresh PHP-FPM cache and should bring PHP back working
    The second is Restart PHP-FPM all versions - handy if you update PHP-FPM and it does require to be restarted
    Both these oprions saves time SSH into server and manually completing the actions
    Kudos to Interworx
    Many thanks
    John
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    Oh, wow, that is indeed great and will come in handy! Thanks for sharing, John. Hope you are fine and enjoy your sunday!

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    Hi Michael

    Many thanks, itís winter here so cold and wet

    Yes, interworx snook that in and I just noticed

    Have you seen the CAA post - were using it

    Hope your well and business is good

    Iím starting to look into GDPR next week, but think your in front off me on that one. Any tips (sorry, will need to open a new thread for GDPR)

    Take care and have a lovely weekend

    John

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    Hi John,

    excellent regarding CAA! Again John, thanks for sharing, without you I would regularly miss those things. Will loo into it asap.

    GDPR is a horror, as it is totally unclear to most what has to be done. I have a meeting with our law firm next week to discuss the implications in detail - so, no, I am not in front on that one unfortunately :-(
    But we had a bit more focus on privacy and data protection in the past in Germany, so I hope that gives me a headstart yet ;-)

    And yes, we should definitely open a dedicated thread and throw in our experiences there.

    Cheers,

    Michael

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