Originally Posted by anthonyinit
is there anything to edit here?
No problem at all for the help.
Yes it does look like in your case you'd need to modify that file more than likely:
Another way to check is by taking a look at the includes in your Apache httpd.conf
file. If you don't know the location on your server you should be able to use:
It will typically be in a .../apache/conf/httpd.conf
location. Once you find the file run:
grep Include /usr/local/apache/conf/httpd.conf
That will spit back all your Apache includes, more than likely you'll see the path to your fcgid.conf
there, confirming that configuration is getting applied into Apache.
You might have something currently along the lines of:
AddHandler fcgid-script .fcgi
Below your AddHandler
line, is where you can set all the settings for FastCGI. Just use the same rules I mentioned before, you probably don't need to use all of them, as that errors is typically just from the MaxProcessCount 3
rule not being there. However in my experience the other settings are also helpful from a maximizing performance, and reducing errors standpoint for FastCGI. Since for instance without the MaxRequestLen 33554432
being set, you could encounter upload errors from your PHP scripts.
Let me know if that did the trick for you.