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  1. #1
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    Looking for hosting reliable and W/O PHPSuExec installed.

    My webboard is too picky. some directories are required to be 707 , 717 or 777 permission.

    So I'm looking for hosting without PHPSuExec installed server.


    Any recommendations?

    Thanks.
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    Don't think there are many, I know we use phpsuexec because it is needed for WHMCS to view server status... Good luck with this!
    Jason

  3. #3
    Quote Originally Posted by whmanaged View Post
    Don't think there are many, I know we use phpsuexec because it is needed for WHMCS to view server status... Good luck with this!
    I agree with you.
    It's hard to find a host that does not use phpsuexec.
    phpsuexec is very important on shared hosting environment.
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    What kind of web board do you use? We have phpsuexec and our CHMOD can be 666, 655, 777... etc. I think your host has chmod commands blocked or some thing
    Jason

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    Thanks for reply,
    My webboard is an old version. I've been using for a long time.
    There are lots of data so I cannot convert them all to fit new webboard.

    I shoud go VPS.

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    I assume you mean forum software with "webboard"? (Because there's a product called webboard that's something entirely different). Depending on what software you are using, an SQL migration script to other forum software may be the way to go?

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    Quote Originally Posted by whmanaged View Post
    What kind of web board do you use? We have phpsuexec and our CHMOD can be 666, 655, 777... etc. I think your host has chmod commands blocked or some thing
    I agree. What difference does it make that PHPSuExec is installed when it comes to changing directory permissions?

    By the way, I thought PHPSuExec was dated anyway and being phased out instead for SuPHP.
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