Usually this is due to conflict between mod_hostinglimits and mod_fcgid
Could you disable mod_hostinglimits and see if that resolves the issue.
If it does -- you need to go through AddHandlers in modhostinglimits.conf and remove those that are handled by mod_fcgid.
Are you using MPM Worker or MPM Prefork?
If pre-fork -- you still want mod_hostinglimits for CGI scripts.
And remove all handlers related to PHP, after that you should be able to re-enable it.
Also, how did you install mod_fcgid, via install-lve, or via latest cpanel-lve?
I want to try to replicate the issue in house. It should have worked out of the box.
The thing is that we did a conversion centos to clodlinux , mod_fcgid is installed with cpanel tools afaik. I think it should work fine with the out-of-the-box configuration since we have some custom modifications in the mod_fcgid configuration for the php handlers. The conflict between the modules is normal once you see modhostinglimits.conf content and custom modifications. But with the \'enable lve 0N\' for mod_fcgid it works ok once you edit the handlers. We are using prefork in apache.
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