lsapi:error in Apache error_log
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  1. Morten
  2. 15.04.2019
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We have a customer with Magento and suddenly they started to get 503 error in backend of Magento.
Checking apache error logs I find these:
[Mon Apr 15 11:24:06.310795 2019] [lsapi:error] [pid 1200210:tid 47435881735936] [client 139.xx.xx.xx:59548] [host domain.tld] Error receiving response: ReceiveResponse: receive pkg hdr failed: ReceivePkgHdr: nothing to read from backend (LVE ID 557), check, referer: https://domain.tld/

I cannot see any issues with either PHP, mod_sec or resources for this account.
Why cannot customers find these logs themselves in cPanel/error_log? Is there a way for customer to get access to these logs?

Any suggestions on where to check what is causing this issue?
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  1. 15.04.2019 10:04:13
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Morten Accepted Answer
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In this case it seems like the issue was PHP version as customer has old Magento.

It seems like a update from your servers caused the PHP version change in WHM.
Customer was using native, but it was changed to use ea-php and not alt-php, even though logs show something else:
[Tue Apr 09 02:50:23 2019] sulsphp: uid:(557/username); gid:(557/username); with suexec mode; cmd:(/opt/cpanel/ea-php70/root/usr/bin/lsphp)
[Tue Apr 09 02:51:09 2019] sulsphp: uid:(557/username); gid:(557/username); with suexec mode; cmd:(/opt/cloudlinux/alt-php53/root/usr/bin/lsphp)

Not sure why you show incorrect or like that in the logs though.
Customer is now using Alt-PHP 5.6, but showing this in sulsphp_log:

[Mon Apr 15 12:36:06 2019] sulsphp: uid:(557/username); gid:(557/username); with suexec mode; cmd:(/opt/cpanel/ea-php70/root/usr/bin/lsphp)
  1. 16.04.2019 10:04:22
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Igor Ghertesco Accepted Answer
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Joined: 07.08.2015

Please submit a ticket to our support team at, so we could take a closer look,

Thank you.
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