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    Module:Cache checkAssignHandler error 2

    The main server logs in /usr/local/lsws/logs don't reveal anything at the time all those [Module:Cache]checkAssignHandler errors come up. The actual web server functions well, despite the cache error message. Now that OpenLiteSpeed 1.6.9 is marked as "stable", I might upgrade from 1.5.11 to...
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    Module:Cache checkAssignHandler error 2

    There are no errors apart from this in the virtual host error log. I also have deleted /tmp/lshttpd, where the "swap" directory was, and restarted the server, in case there was some file permission problem, but that hasn't stopped the error messages coming through.
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    Module:Cache checkAssignHandler error 2

    I am running OpenLiteSpeed 1.5.11 under Ubuntu Linux and the error log for each virtual host keeps getting flooded up with errors like so: 2020-02-07 23:19:22.530572 [ERROR] [167.179.136.91:38358:HTTP2-31#www.XXXX] [Module:Cache]checkAssignHandler error 2. XXXX = virtual host name. This also...
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    Server side includes (SSI) problem

    Hi, I recently updated from 1.4.x to 1.5.x of OpenLiteSpeed and note that server side includes (SSI) are now functional. However, it only seems to work properly for static files. If I create a file with a .shtml extension and include a line like this: <!--#include virtual="file.txt" -->...
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    Server side includes in OpenLiteSpeed 1.5?

    Hi, Congratulations to OpenLiteSpeed on the landmark 1.5.0 release. Does this new release now support server-side includes? I raised the issue of serve-side includes back in this thread: https://forum.openlitespeed.org/threads/enabling-ssi-server-side-includes.2115/
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    Swap file error

    Thanks for investigating this. And also a big thank-you for your help and advice in the past.
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    Auto update error

    Hi Kevin, thanks for the explanation. I am running OpenLiteSpeed 1.4.27 on Ubuntu 14.04. In httpd_config.conf, I have: user nobody group nogroup
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    Swap file error

    In the "stderr.log" file, I'm getting a number of errors like this: Failed to open temp file for swapping: Permission denied I assume the swap area is /tmp/lshttpd/swap, whose permissions look like so: drwx------ 21 nobody nogroup 4096 Jun 23 19:24 /tmp/lshttpd/swap Files and directories are...
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    Auto update error

    Hi, Does OpenLiteSpeed want to do some automatic update or something? My error.log file has a number of these entries: 2017-08-28 02:57:00.103 [ERROR] HttpFetch[177]::failed to create file /usr/local/lsws//autoupdate/release: Permission denied. I understand why there is a permission denied...
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    The easiest upgrade process

    For some reason when I first installed OpenLiteSpeed, it had set the permissions on the "conf" directory to: drwxr-xr-x 5 lsadm lsadm 4096 Jun 1 08:53 /usr/local/lsws/conf/ However, for each directory under /usr/local/lsws/conf/vhosts, it set it like so: drwx------ 2 lsadm lsadm 4096 Jun 1...
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    The easiest upgrade process

    Sorry, just a follow-up. Why has "make install" changed these file permissions in /usr/local/lsws/conf/cert from: -rw------- 1 root root 4795 Feb 9 23:23 ca.crt -rw------- 1 root root 2122 Feb 11 23:50 server.crt -rw------- 1 root root 1679 Feb 9 10:23 server.key to: -rwxr-xr-x 1...
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    The easiest upgrade process

    Thanks for your help and advice. I did an experiment in a test area to see what files in /usr/local/lsws were changed between a "make install" when upgrading from version 1.4.23 to 1.4.26. The files that did change were located in these directories: add-ons/snmp_monitoring/ admin/conf/ (only...
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    The easiest upgrade process

    I am currently running 1.4.23. If I'm compiling OpenLiteSpeed from the source package, can I just copy the openlitespeed binary into its required place and re-start the server? Or do I really need to move /usr/local/lsws aside and let "make install" do its job and then I manually reconfigure...
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    Enabling SSI / server side includes

    That's okay, thanks for the update. We are currently using a workaround - the client-side jQuery load() function. The end user won't notice the difference, however some search engines don't attempt to index the loaded part, so the SSI support will be helpful with that by presenting what...
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    Enabling SSI / server side includes

    Thanks for all your efforts with the SSI support. I look forward to it appearing in a future release when it is fully tested.
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