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  1. Thanks. That worked! :rolleyes:

     

    set the following in your .htaccess, adjust to your username and path to the php.ini you want to be global.

     

    With php.ini in root of site

    >suPHP_ConfigPath /home/CPANELUSER

     

    OR with php.ini in public_html

    >suPHP_ConfigPath /home/CPANELUSER/public_html

  2. What modifications need to be made to .htaccess to make it apply site wide?

     

     

    php.ini files only affect the directory they are in unless you set it site wide via .htaccess, It will also only affect php info in the same manner, as well as it will not affect the php info that is provided in cPanel itself.

     

    Please let us know how deep you want the changes to affect and if you are using cPanel php info option to look for changes.

  3. I've created a php.ini file in my root directory with the following entries:

     

     

    magic_quotes_gpc = Off

    display_errors = Off

     

    This isn't working as both are still on according to phpinfo(). What needs to happen to get the server to read my php.ini file?

     

     

     

    Yes, your php.ini file will override the server configuration.

     

     

    Yes, you should only add switches for what you want different then in the server php.ini file.

     

     

    Less is better.

     

     

    If you want it for your entire site put it in the root folder and it will work for 3 levels down (I think).

  4. Hello,

     

    The cert has been renewed and you should be good to go.

     

    If you have any more issues, please do let us know.

     

    Thank you for your business!

     

    Thanks! Those certificate warnings were annoying. Those cert expirations have a way of sneaking up on you. Thanks for resolving it quickly.

  5. Does this need to be done for each web accessible subdirectory? This seems to have worked for scripts in the public_html folder, but not for php scripts in folders one level down.

     

    Never mind. I could have sworn I created the php.ini file in the root directory but it looks like I placed it in the public_html folder. I moved it up one level and now it's working.

  6. As the server is running php as suPHP, you can use local php.ini file for specifying php include directory. Just create a local php.ini inside the root of your account (/home/user) and add the line

     

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    include_path =  ".:/home/user/include:/usr/lib/php:/usr/local/lib/php"
    

     

    And add the following line on .htaccess inside /home/user/public_html

     

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    suPHP_ConfigPath /home/user
    

     

    Does this need to be done for each web accessible subdirectory? This seems to have worked for scripts in the public_html folder, but not for php scripts in folders one level down.

  7. I hope you don't mind but I split this off into its own thread.

     

    We are still working on this issue for a remaining server (ambria) and I assure you that we will post more information as soon as possible. Thanks for your patience during this issue and you can also find updates at http://twitter.com/#!/totalchoicehost

     

    I'm glad to see you guys have a Twitter account. That will come in really handy for future down time when an "out of band" mode of communication is needed. Hopefully we won't have any more DDoS repeats anytime soon, but when it does happen it's nearly impossible to get to the forums to find out what the problem is.

  8. I just received this response to the ticket I opened:

     

    Alex Spaford

    Posted On: 02 Feb 2011 05:47 PM

    Hi,

     

    We are currently experiencing a network issue , the Data Center techs are aware of the problem and are currently working on it.

     

    I am sorry but I am not able to provide you an ETA right now.

     

    Please check back after sometime.

     

     

    Thank you.

    Regards,

    --

    Alex Spaford

    Level 2 System Administrator

    TotalChoiceHosting LLC.

  9. My reseller account along with all of my customer's websites are completely inaccessible. The outage began at around 4 pm EST. I have opened a ticket but have not yet received a response. Are we being hit with another DDoS? Some information about the problem would be appreciated.

     

    I just received this response to the ticket I opened:

     

    Alex Spaford

    Posted On: 02 Feb 2011 05:47 PM

    Hi,

     

    We are currently experiencing a network issue , the Data Center techs are aware of the problem and are currently working on it.

     

    I am sorry but I am not able to provide you an ETA right now.

     

    Please check back after sometime.

     

     

    Thank you.

    Regards,

    --

    Alex Spaford

    Level 2 System Administrator

    TotalChoiceHosting LLC.

  10. We are currently experiencing a multi gigabyte Denial of Service attack against our infrastructure.

     

    It is being worked on by our entire networking staff and I will post more updates as they become available to me.

     

    My reseller account along with all of my customer's websites are completely inaccessible. The outage began at around 4 pm EST. I have opened a ticket but have not yet received a response. Are we being hit with another DDoS? Some information about the problem would be appreciated.

  11. Not just your site (I could not access mine, and still can't) but totalchoicehosting.com seemed to be down as well. Major reboot? The weather? An update from someone in-the-know would be reassuring to say the least).

     

    My reseller site along with all of my customer's websites is still down. Is this another DDoS attack? Will someone from TCH let us know what is going on?

  12. Five of my websites were defaced today and I have no idea how they were compromised. My raw access log files were not very revealing. Are there any other logs that would help me determine what was exploited?

  13. Is there a way in cPanel to generate my own SSL certificate? It doesn't matter to me that it wouldn't be signed by a CA, I'd just like to have a cert so that I can use SSL enabled email and I don't want to have to pay for a "real" cert.

     

    Supposedly you can use the generic TCH cert for doing this, but I've never had any luck getting that to work in a way that was acceptable.

  14. How can you eliminate the annoying "Domain Name Mismatch" warning message regarding security certificates (see attachment)? This message appears when sending email on port 465 because the domain name of the mail server and the domain name in the certificate are different.

     

    On a related note, can you encrypt IMAP connections? I'd like for my email to be secure when reading and when sending.

    post-4020-1215549847_thumb.jpg

  15. According to the Help Desk, there is an 8 MB limit. See the email below I just received from them.

     

    Hi,

     

    Please be advised that your domain is hosted on a shared server that will not allow to upload a file higher than 8 Mb through scripts. Please use ftp for uploading a file that is having size more than 8 Mb. If you try to upload big files will create load issues and might get the account suspended as apache shows load easier.

     

    Thank you for choosing TotalChoiceHosting.

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    Alex Spaford

    Technical Support

    TotalChoiceHosting LLC.

     

    Ticket Details

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    Ticket ID: BXW-891144

    Department: Technical Support

    Priority: --

    Status: Closed

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