mod_lsapi-0.3-30 issues
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mod_lsapi-0.3-30 breaks Apache graceful restarts
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  1. 24.03.2016 18:03:52
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Scott Mutter Accepted Answer
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Using mod_lsapi-0.3-30 seems to break Apache when doing a graceful restart.  I have installed mod_lsapi-0.3-30 on a few servers, but any attempts to do a graceful restart brings Apache down.

To duplicate this, install mod_lsapi-0.3-30, and then issue a graceful restart:

/usr/local/apache/bin/apachectl -k graceful

Apache will go down and has to be restarted.

I have rolled all of these servers back to mod_lsapi-0.3-29 which doesn't present the same problem.
  1. 25.03.2016 07:03:15
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Tapan Bhanot Accepted Answer
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I don\'t know how it works ? I ran the install commands and it disabled mod_ruid2 etc. What PHP handler you use ?? If i change to fcgi then websites stop loading up and give error. If I change to DSO then websites load up but CSF firewall keeps on saying that I should be using suphp etc. So after trying a lot, I un-installed it.

  1. 28.03.2016 15:03:00
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Scott Mutter Accepted Answer
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Sorry, I was out for most of the weekend.

I do see where you just release mod_lsapi-0.3-31 and that appears to have fixed the issue on a test server.  I'll leave it there for a little while before rolling this out to other servers.

On a somewhat related note, any plans to push mod_lsapi out to the production CloudLinux repositories?  That would seem to alleviate some of these issues, having a safe and secure version in the production repo and testing versions in the testing repo.
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