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Messages - atljohnsen

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Have you tried to change php-type in Webserver configure? Change to fcgid_event and see if that helps.  If you do that you must also change .htaccess accordingly (as described in Kloxo.MR section of that file). Then run sh /script/fixphp; sh /script/fixweb; sh /script/restart-web -y; sh /script/restart-all
I tried this on my testsite and it worked, but I got some permission issues that needed to be changed for everytning to work fine.


Thank you for sharing this information. Very interresting findings. I have had the same issue. But on my last VPS I did not change hostname from what was originally provided by the service provider, and after reboot it always stay the same.

I tried your suggestion to edit /etc/resolv.conf with other nameserver IPs like my static VPS IP, and but observed no change to my domain error log, where the following error is recorded exactly every 5 minutes:
[Tue Sep 04 04:45:06 2018] [fastcgi:error] [pid 1135] [mod_fastcgi.c(2241):] [FastCGI: neither POLLIN nor POLLOUT...] [mydomain.com]

Kloxo-MR Technical Helps / Re: Kloxo MR Installation failed
« on: 2018-09-01, 21:34:24 »
Edit /etc/yum.repos.d/mratwork.repo
and change from enabled = 1 to enabled = 0 under [mratwork-varnish-3.0].
Then yum clean all and try again.

Mod_fastCGI is just not somthing that can be fixed. It is old/depeciated, but have made life easier for many small sites for several years. Kloxo-MR use mod_fastcgi if you select php-fpm as php type in webserver configure. I have found it to be the best choise for my sites, and have to live with the error reports mentioned in the header. You can try out the other options like for example  proxy_fcgi_event, and the error reports will stop. It requires sethandlers to work, and I got several permission issues with it so i switched back to php-fpm. I am not at all an expert on these matters, but if anybody have experience with proxy_fcgi_event I would be glad to read how to configure this in Kloxo-MR.

Ref my last msg. Maybe not a good idea after all. As a result I got other problems with my websites, so I had to go back to php-fpm_type again, and the fastcgi errors are poping up again in the error log again. Sorry. But I belive the problem must be with mod_fastcgi.

I had a similar FastCGI error. In Kloxo-MR panel - Webservice configure I selected fcgid_event for PHP-type in stead of php-fpm_event. Then  'sh /script/fixphp; sh /script/fixweb; sh /script/restart-web -y'. No more error recorded in the error log in my case. You can try that to see if it helps.

Kloxo-MR Technical Helps / Re: The future of Kloxo-MR
« on: 2018-07-07, 00:54:54 »
I have latest Kloxo-MR running on 2 Centos-7 VPSs, and it has in general been working quite well the last year although I am a complete newbie. Most of my issues I have found answer to in the forum. Even webmail that I read many had issues with, has worked ok for me. However, I have not got the cache systems to work with my setup, so my VPSs are running without active cache, but still speed is ok.
I have donated a couple of times and also asked questions, but as you know MR has not been active in the forum since september last year, - so my issues are still open. One of them is the THT script which is not working.
I have resently considered to switch to another CP, but if Kloxo-NG is progressing I will stick to it as I have spent so much time to learn to use it, and I like it.


Kloxo-MR Technical Helps / Re: Request For Service
« on: 2018-05-16, 13:08:53 »
Have you got your problem solved yet ?
If not you can try to run:

yum reinstall kloxomr7 -y; sh /script/cleanup

Those commands should not do any harm to your webfiles or databases

Best regards


I have setup my VPS server with clients, and my own client is admin. And it is easy to create several other clients. The path to my domain is /home/admin/mydomain/.
All folders below mydomain will be owned by admin/admin (admin/apache also work). For permissions general rule is that all folders be set to 755 and all files to 644.

I am by no means an expert. I am self thaught and spent noumerous hours to search this forum and other internet sites. I have several times run into problems with the setup, been frustrated from time to time but also realized that most of the problems was due to my own misstakes. So I recorded the steps for a successful installation and I have created a 35 page Kloxo-MR Server Configuration Guide for Linux Beginners which also include installing Webmin, firewall etc.
I will not publish it here, but I can share it to you. Or better, if you register to my newly created website at https://www.lundeco.com then we can discuss further there. It has a video conferencing capability and email and chat functionality, and we can use this to discuss. That way you can also help me test my website, which is actually a learning portal for online courses.


Looks like file ownership problems. When you upload files you must check for right ownership of the new files. If you don't allready have Webmin installed I reccomend you do so. It works well with Kloxo-MR, and from its File Manager it is easy to correct file ownership of folders and files.

But before installing Webmin you can first try to fix your problem by selecting from Kloxo-MR Home the Webserver Configure icon, and then in Fix 'ownership' And 'permissions' (Select To Execute) select fix-ALL and hit update.

Hope it works out for you.


Kloxo-MR Technical Helps / Re: Bind Server not starting
« on: 2018-05-04, 12:28:35 »
Seem like there is a permission problem with your server setup.

From Kloxo-MR try select Webserver configure, in the Fix 'ownership' And 'permissions' (Select To Execute) box select fix-ALL and hit Update.

From SSH run: sh /script/restart-all

If this does not help, try run:

yum clean all; yum update -y; sh /script/cleanup



Only thing I can inform is my settings. I use Apache, and the following settings in Webserver Configure:
PHP Used: ..PHP Branch..
PHP Branch: php56w_(as5-6-33)
Multiple PHP Already Installed: php54m php55m php56m php70m php71m
Multiple PHP Enable (for 'php-fpm'): Checked
PHP Type (for Apache): php-fpm_event
Enable Multiple PHP As Secondary PHP (for Apache): Checked
Apache Memory Optimize: Default

You can try these and see if it helps. (Remenber to run sh /script/restart-all)

It depends on the applications you have installed on your server, and if their requirement are met by the configuration settings you are using.   

I used to have this error before, and I believe it is related to PHP version. In my case the problem went away as I changed PHP version in Web features for my domains, but I guess it also has to do with how you set up Webserver Configure.

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