Errors are periodic-random and I am not able to locate the module or the scheme of operation of various operations, I have no skill in analyzing scripts. Moodle can surprise.
The MySQL process is shown in the screenshot.
Searching for information about errors I found some suggestions:
In the litespeed forum I found similar behavior described, the solution was to uninstall some module causing the problem. Following this lead, I built MOODLE again, bypassing those modules incompatible with the version of PHP supported. The main problem seems to be solved.
At some server...
Maybe the solution would be to uninstall lsphp completely and reinstall only one version of lsphp7.3?
Question about socket php, is it added together with lsws or lsphp?
Maybe then in each MOODLE module the identification of the lsphp version would be the same.
Today LSWS stopped again...
For the MOODLE system, there is a second method for calling Cron from the address https: //elearning......./admin/cron.php. For this variant, LSWS invocation works almost correctly. On some calls, the cron's execution time exceeds 200 seconds. The Debian system calls Cron every 1 minute...
I have properly configured php, it seems so.
The minimum CMS MOODLE requirements for php are v.7.1.
The MOODLE system works correctly, PHP Version 7.3.3-2 + stretch in reports.
There are individual modules that behave strangely. Launching Cron displays the sequence of errors is the same each...
Thank you for your response.
in my first statement I gave a fragment of the description of the connection with Chrome, and in it the
domain address: elearning-dwa.sgsp.edu.pl
Two different addresses: https://varvy.com/pagespeed/
these are just the...
thank you for your answer. Maybe I was not very precise in my speech.
I checked my site at https://varvy.com/pagespeed/. Indicates whether compression is enabled.
I have only lsphp and OLS installed on my server.
I have gzip entries on phpinfo.
It seems that the gzip is configuredcorrectly.
Serwer Debian, OpenLiteSpeed 1.5 (last updated), lsphp-72, lsmcd (on).
The main web application is MOODLE.
As I check on chrome Network -> Headers
As I check on https://varvy.com/pagespeed/
Thank you for the hint. We managed to compile correctly with minor problems.
Only after this amendment has managed to compile.
thanks for the clarification. New always brings some changes. A lot before me. ;-)
I work with the MOODLE platform on a daily basis. Searching for content takes place from embedded elements as a module or activity. I have a lot of didactic content as HTML5 presentations attached as a file...
thank you for the answer.
I tried to update packages and I think there is no xmlrpc in them.
I am receiving the xmlrpc when pointing.
I admit that I have no idea how to solve the problem. Is it possible for Debian 9 to filter some lsphp modules?
I still question whether lsphp72-solr is...
Completing the information about the problem I will add:
I'm working on Debian 9, I tried to do the installation on Ubuntu 18.04 and Ubuntu 18.10. Everything with a similar result. Installation of OpenLiteSpeed 1.5 without several libraries invoked during installation. The following listings...