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tradari 28th May 2012 16:35

a little help with phpmyadmin
 
Hi guys im hoping you might be able to help me here.

i have centos 6.2 installed with ispconfig 3

wordpress installed no problems and setup mostly
ive installed a eve online killboard which also links to a mysql database.
To update this database it uses mysqli via a php script however the cron fails to connect to the database. i think this is a permissions issue but i cant seen to work it out.

i have also tryed to run the php directly from the web aka http://www.lushind.co.uk/killboard/c...ntoryTable.php

this runs for a short time then gets an error 500

would be happy to get some help here for this problem

Cheers in advance
Tradari

falko 29th May 2012 12:33

Do you use Apche or nginx?

Did you check your web server's error log?

tradari 29th May 2012 15:00

im using apache2

The php.ini files have a buffer of 4096 set which was slowing things down and causing times out but changing this didnt fix the 500 error. i followed the perfect server guide for centos 6 and ispconfig3 for info

still a little bit of a noob when it comes to finding the error logs so havent checked them, however im not over liking the centos OS so reloading with ubuntu as there seems to be much better google support :)
ill let you know if i still have the issue.

regards
Tradari

falko 30th May 2012 16:15

Did you switch off SELinux?

rosehosting 1st June 2012 12:56

Can you please show us the code of your php script?

Thanks.

Shader 1st June 2012 13:12

If you have eaccelerator installed, then most likely your apache is going into segmentation fault. I had the similar issue in CentOS 6.2 and solved it by removing eaccelerator. Try to remove it (or comment out) from your php.ini and restart httpd.


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