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ModPerl::Registry: Can't open....

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by mmcbee, Nov 3, 2005.

  1. mmcbee

    mmcbee Guest


    Configuration: FC2 psa 7.5.4

    I am trying to figure out if this is my server issue or remotes

    What I am trying to do is install a script (PERL), the script has an install.cgi file that goes to a remote server (not controlled by me) and grabs all the need files to install the rest of the script. Every time the script calls for the remote file I get a 500 error and the domain error_log (local) shows:
    [Tue Nov 02 09:58:58 2005] [error] 3225: ModPerl::Registry: Can't open build.cgi\n

    Of course the log entry date changes after each execution so does the number after [error]

    I for the life of me cannot figure where the problem lies, the script author claims its my end due to all the other successful installs by other clients.

    Thank you in advnace for any help.

  2. hardweb

    hardweb Guest

    This is almost impossible to tell without taking a look at the script. Are you sure that the correct arguments are passed to the remote server?