tim.bollman at gmail.com
Wed Jun 21 10:15:37 PDT 2017
I believe the relevant section of your failing error log is this:
[Wed Jun 21 time 2017] [error] [client ip-address] Response header name
'[Wed Jun 21 10' contains invalid characters, aborting request, referer:
[Wed Jun 21 time 2017] [error] [client ip-address] SoftException in
Application.cpp:256: File "/home4/pacowebn/public_html/500.php" is
writeable by group, referer:
[Wed Jun 21 time 2017] [error] [client ip-address] Premature end of script
headers: 500.php, referer: http://pacoweb.net/cgi-bin/Admin/CDprivateMenu.pl
[Wed Jun 21 time 2017] [error] [client ip-address] (-3)Unknown error
18446744073709551613: Failed to flush CGI output to client, referer:
I've never done CGI programming, but from what I gather the first line says
that the content CGI::Carp is putting in *STDOUT is ending up being treated
as a header line in the HTTP response. Since the date stamp starts with a
'[', it isn't a valid header so the server assumes you're spewing junk and
Perhaps try having it output to *STDERR, which potentially ends up in one
of those logs you've posted or (assuming you have permissions to write to
somewhere -- perhaps your applications www directory) append to your own
log file on the server so you can see the rest of what it's trying to
On Wed, Jun 21, 2017 at 9:47 AM, Joel Fentin <joel at fentin.com> wrote:
> I got in. Attached is a text file with 3 logs. Errors when it works.
> Errors when it doesn't work. And php errors; I don't use php.
> It's all pretty much Greek to me.
> Physical issues prevented me from attending the last two meetings. I hope
> to attend the upcoming meeting.
> On 6/20/2017 6:16 AM, Brian Manning wrote:
>> On Mon, Jun 19, 2017 at 10:13 PM, Joel Fentin <joel at fentin.com> wrote:
>>> The result is the same; a blank white screen. A control U displays:
>>> <!-- SHTML Wrapper - 500 Server Error -->
>>> as before.
>> The reason for the HTTP 500 error is most likely in the error logs for
>> your hosting provider's web server.
>> If your hosting provider doesn't give you access to the error logs for
>> your virtual host, I suggest switching to a hosting provider that does
>> give you access, as access to the error logs is crucial for
>> troubleshooting when there's issues with your CGI scripts, as you're
>> now finding out.
> Joel Fentin tel: 760-749-8863
> Personal Website: http://fentin.com
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