script/engine broken when moved to 64bit server at JaguarPC

Curtis Ford curt at sonasoftware.com
Tue Sep 12 10:32:40 EDT 2017


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I've received this from JaguarPC:

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[Sun Sep 10 01:51:36.334093 2017] [cgid:error] [pid 22868:tid 
139689650484992] [client 69.73.180.11:50074] End of script output before 
headers: keygentest.cgi

That occurs when a script has insufficient permissions but I couldn't 
find any script having incorrect permissions in the account. Also we 
have checked there has been no dependency issue either.

You have SSH access enabled on your account so your developer should be 
able to login and investigate the cause of this issue through debugging 
on shell. If he finds anything wrong with the setup, he can update us 
regarding that.

We have now following Perl version installed on the new server, you 
might want to regenerate the executable lccgi to ensure it is compatible 
with following version:

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[root at sagitarius cgi-bin]# perl -v

This is perl 5, version 16, subversion 3 (v5.16.3) built for 
x86_64-linux-thread-multi

(with 34 registered patches, see perl -V for more detail)

Besides that Bobsled server has similar setup so I am afraid, moving to 
that server will help actually.

We have now live chat support working which you can access through our 
official website. If you want to chat with us, you are most welcome.

Please let us know if we can be of further assistance.

Regards,
Bilal | L3 Support Representative
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I don't have the skills to debug through shell (that's why I like to use 
a tool like Livecode!) and I can't regenerate the Livecode engine..!

Our script (which I haven't touched) and the engine both have 
permissions set to 755. Sagitarius (which they currently have us on) and 
bobsled (where Jacque has a setup that's working) are both 64bit servers 
running CentOS 7.

Curt

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