Why is SuexecUserGroup commented out in Apache config?


Is there a reason this line is commented in the Apache templates /usr/local/hestia/data/templates//web/apache2/default.stpl ?

#SuexecUserGroup %user% %group%

I was getting permission denied on a site I just moved over, and it turns out that line was commented. Should it be? I’m going to make a custom template that doesn’t have it commented out, but I was just wondering if there was a reason, of it it was an oversight?



Ubuntu 20.04 doesn’t support Suexec any more…

Alson I suggest going with php-fpm instead of modphp :slight_smile:

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Oh ok - I’m on 22.04, and it seems to work? I was having issues with permissions, uncommented that line, restarted, and its fine?

Oh, and I had the path wrong - it was: /usr/local/hestia/data/templates//web/apache2/php-fpm/default.stp :slight_smile: