Use fcgid instead of mod_php

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#1 Fri, 05/10/2019 - 11:45

Use fcgid instead of mod_php


i am running virtualmin on centos with php7.3 and laravel installed.

And under server configuration->website options was mod_php enabled. After a bit of reading I tought it is an option to remove/disable mod_php. Now mod_php is not listed under server configuration->website options, but if I go to server-configuration->php versions, it says mod_php is installed.

website options screenshot (imgur)

php versions screenshot (imgur)

I am a bit confused, maby someone can help me.

Fri, 05/10/2019 - 14:12
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You don't remove "mod_php", you simply switch the mode being used. In a fresh CentOS 7 install you typically have "mod_php", "CGI wrapper", "FCGId" and "FPM". Simply toggle the execution mode you would like to use for the domain.

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Fri, 05/10/2019 - 14:37 (Reply to #2)

yeah, that was the problem. I was trying to switch.. between mod_php to fcgid and all worked fine. Virtualmin says it is done, but when I go back to server configuration->website option the checkbox is still at mod_php and the same at server configuration->php versions still says mod_php is enabled.

It is only on my first virtual server, don't know, if laravel needs mod_php. But my two other virtual servers are working with fcgid.


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