Monday, July 13, 2009

How to solve Error 500 or premature end of the script in Php

Troubleshooting a HTTP error 500 in Php is easy. Its a common problem in http.

Question - Are you getting this error " premature end of the script "?
Answer if yes

Question - Is your clint side error is 500?
Answer if yes

Here is the solution for this error:

The reason for this error is commonly that the PHP module is not being loaded with other.
Log into your server via SSH.
  • Enter the command 'php -v' at the command line (to get your currently-installed PHP version). The top line should say something like "PHP 5.2.4 (cli) (built: Sep 18 2007 08:50:58)" The 3 numbers directly after PHP are the version number.
  • Open /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf in your favorite editor.
  • Look for a line that starts with 'LoadModule' and ends with one of these: LoadModule php4_module libexec/ OR LoadModule php5_module libexec/ Uncomment whichever line applies to the major version of PHP you determined in step 2 above (4 or 5), save httpd.conf, and restart the web service (/etc/init.d/httpd restart). Your PHP pages should display normally once again.

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