- Plesk Onyx 17.0 for Linux
- Plesk Onyx 17.5 for Linux
- Plesk Onyx 17.8 for Linux
- Plesk Obsidian for Linux
Note: This article has the reference to the issue with the fix available:
#PPPM-6664 "In Plesk on CloudLinux, Node.js and Ruby applications now work when CageFS is enabled."
- Plesk Obsidian Release Candidate 1.0 04 June 2019
CloudLinux 6 or 7 is used on the server
CageFS is enabled for the subscription's user in Extensions > My Extensions > CageFS > Open
HTTP code 500 is returned by the website with the application deployed on it:
# curl -skIL https://node.example.com/
HTTP/1.1 500 Internal Server Error
Date: Tue, 23 Apr 2019 04:30:29 GMT
Status: 500 Internal Server Error
The following error can be found on the page on attempt to open it:
CONFIG_TEXT: We're sorry, but something went wrong.
The issue has been logged for investigation. Please try again later.
CONFIG_TEXT: Web application could not be started by the Phusion Passenger application server.
The following error messages can be found in the Apache Web Server log file
/var/log/httpd/error_log, or in nginx log file
CONFIG_TEXT: [ E 2019-07-04 05:05:57.4448 42423/Tb age/Cor/App/Implementation.cpp:221 ]: Could not spawn process for application /var/www/vhosts/example.com/httpdocs: The application process exited prematurely.
Error ID: 2daff851
Error details saved to: /tmp/passenger-error-jmYMVA.html
[ E 2019-07-04 05:05:57.4534 42423/T5 age/Cor/Con/CheckoutSession.cpp:276 ]: [Client 1-1] Cannot checkout session because a spawning error occurred. The identifier of the error is 2daff851. Please see earlier logs for details about the error.
Following can be found in
CONFIG_TEXT: "stdout_and_err" : "Warning: cannot open /tmp/passenger.spawn.XXXXh6sP7q/envdump/user_info for writing\nWarning: cannot open /tmp/passenger.spawn.XXXXh6sP7q/envdump/envvars for writing\nWarning: cannot open /tmp/passenger.spawn.XXXXh6sP7q/envdump/user_info for writing\n
Phusion Passenger creates a socket to communicate with Node.js and Ruby applications in
/tmp/ directory. This directory is overridden by the private per-user
/tmp/ created by CageFS.
Note: Use the following instruction to set-up server to run Node.js and Ruby applications: How to run Node.js/Ruby applications on CloudLinux with CageFS enabled?
Navigate to Extensions > My Extensions > CageFS > Open
Move a user of an affected subscription to the Disabled list