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Fast/Cgi was changed on all accounts

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  • ultralion
    Note: On that hosting the custom Apache Handler is not present anymore. I suppose that the option must appear under the tab so i could remove... but it isn't. Seems that i changed whole accounts from one :eek:
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  • cPanelMichael
    Hello :) There are no native options that will allow you to configure the PHP handler on a per-account basis. It's only configurable globally. Feel free to open a feature request for this at: Submit A Feature Request Thank you.
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  • ultralion
    [quote="cPanelMichael, post: 1464791">Hello :) There are no native options that will allow you to configure the PHP handler on a per-account basis. It's only configurable globally. Feel free to open a feature request for this at: Submit A Feature Request Thank you.
    Yes i understood that, but how is possible that changing in Apache advanced configuration (Cpanel User/account side) default handler changed from suphp to fast-cgi on all websites? Also i still see in admin control panel that default handler is suphp
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  • cPanelMichael
    It's only changed through Web Host Manager via: "WHM Home " Service Configuration " Configure PHP and suEXEC" Thank you.
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  • ultralion
    I still can't understand. I know that in "WHM Home " Service Configuration " Configure PHP and suEXEC" is possible to change handler. I don't realize why on Cpanel account (not WHM but simply user interface) in: Advanced Configuration---> Apache Handler i added: Handler: fcgid-script extension: .php And Server Api details has changed from suphp to Cgi-Fastgi on that hosting account and all the others. I didn't touch my settings in WHM This is a php info from other hosting .vB
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  • cPanelMichael
    I have not been able to reproduce that issue. If you are able to reproduce it, please open a bug report via: Submit A Bug Report You can post the ticket number here so we can update this thread with the outcome. Thank you.
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  • ultralion
    Of course i'll do it. Anyway i feel confused now. You wrote: There are no native options that will allow you to configure the PHP handler on a per-account basis But so why an user should have this panel on his interface? :confused: .vB I did it from here
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  • cPanelMichael
    Apache handlers are not the same thing as PHP handlers. Apache handlers control how your site"s Apache web server software manages certain file types and file extensions. PHP handlers deliver the PHP programming libraries. You can review the documentation for each at: Apache Handlers PHP Handlers Thank you.
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  • ultralion
    Ok i see... in fact i tried to give a 777 permission to an account public_html and it crashed :D I know that php fast-cgi this could not happen... so i suppose i'm running suphp ;)
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  • cPanelMichael
    [quote="ultralion, post: 1465192">Ok i see... in fact i tried to give a 777 permission to an account public_html and it crashed :D I know that php fast-cgi this could not happen... so i suppose i'm running suphp
    That is correct. It's not possible to modify the PHP handler from the cPanel interface. Thank you.
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  • ultralion
    Yes i'm a stupid man sorry :( For some strange cause my brain was thinking "server api= php handler" and i was thinking it showed "suphp" but no way... also when a server is on SUPHP ever show CGI/FastGgi Server Api. In fact i'm running correctly on suphp I apologize... i'm newbie
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