500 Internal Error

Started by aED, June 23, 2009, 12:36:51 AM

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Hi does anyone experiences this on their forum when I search for something using the search feature of SMF with words that returns a large result it returns an ERROR 500 Internal Server Error. What could have caused that error? Could it be PHP running out of allocated memory?


Perhaps you could check the web server logs (or ask your host to do it in case they don't make them available), for the exact cause error that caused the "internal server error", and post it here?
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The errors looks like this

(mod_fastcgi.c.2494) unexpected end-of-file
(perhaps the fastcgi process died): pid: 0 socket: tcp:


Got this sorted out I guess PHP 5.2.6 is the problem I updated PHP to 5.2.10 and now its working fine no more Error 500 :) Nice!


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