I’ve installed this on a cpanel shared server. I get permissions problems with the “undefined” everywhere, but it does install. Now I’m trying to install this on a domain under the new (and completely awesomely free) web panel by centos. I believe I’ve sorted the permissions problems but I can’t check because I’m getting an internal server error and nothing else.
And I using PHP 5.5 in case it helps.
10 November 2018 20:18
Which PHP 5.5? If it’s below 5.5.9 it’s not enough for the latest SuiteCRM.
Which SuiteCRM version is this, BTW?
Hi, I was using php 5.5.8 and SuiteCRM 7.10.10, i guess.
13 November 2018 15:56
This is a very common error and the solution is also very easy you can just clear your browsing history or cache memory and enjoy your surfing.
13 November 2018 15:57
This is a very common error and the solution is also very easy you can just clear your browsing history or cache memory and restart your browser will fix this issue a lot.
Hi, I’ve already tried it but the it didn’t work. I even uninstalled and reinstalled my Chrome Browser.
14 November 2018 10:26
Have you upgraded your PHP to a supported version?
Yes Sir. I have upgraded it but I don’t think it is helping
14 November 2018 23:23
Check your php.ini, add generous values for these settings:
While you’re there, enable your PHP error log, check its name and path, and then see if there is any error there at the time of the “Internal server error”
Hi, I added these values -
memory_limit - 256M
max_execution_time - 180
max_post_size - 32M
max_upload_size - 64M
15 November 2018 11:27
memory_limit = 512MB is better than 256MB, if possible
And then you restarted your web server, and then… did it work?
If not, please check your logs like I mentioned earlier. Thanks
Okay, I’ll try to update it.
18 November 2018 09:21
Sir, Have you Check Corrupt .htaccess File?
No I haven’t. Thanks for suggesting it, I’ll try it now.
I couldn’t find anything wrong with the htaccess file. It contacted the Customer Support. They said that the htaccess file in my hosting is unchanged.
19 November 2018 14:32
Hi, Alex, can you look into /var/log/privacyidea/privacyidea.log?
I remember that errors in that log might result in “500 internal server error”.
19 November 2018 18:20
Is he using PrivacyIdea?
The two logs he should surely be checking are
php_errors.log (or whatever it is called, as defined in php.ini)
@pgr suggested, you should increase the memory_limit = 512MB is better than 256MB, if possible.
Also, if you’re still facing the issue, then it might be the Dreaded Ntoskrnl.exe BSOD Error. You can try the following fixes:
Do let me know if this works.
21 November 2018 19:10
Then, install the required packages install fresh CentOS install Apache and PHP first
yum install httpd php php-cli gcc glibc glibc-common gd gd-devel net-snmp
service httpd start
Thank you so much. Both of you. It really helped me fix the error.