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A website hosted in Plesk contains the error in its log: AH01068: Got bogus version

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    Martin Serra Jr.

    When is this planned to be fixed? The messages are flooding my logs which is quite annoying. Thank you. 

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    Vitaly Zhidkov

    @Martin, yes, this bug will be fixed in future product updates

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    Martin Serra Jr.

    @Vitaly: I have asked for a timeline: When will it be fixed? Just future product updates is too vague. Hopefully someone from Plesk support will answer this question. 

     

    A hint: I have noticed that the error flooding stops when disabling watchdog monitoring for the Apache service.

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    rookey

    Is this the same error as I get it in my PHP logs:

    "AH01068: Got bogus version 27, referer: ...."  ?

    My logfile fills with about 500k per day with these messages. If it's because of a bug on Plesk's side, it would be great if it could be resolved, otherwise I would really like to know what is causing it so I can fix it on my side.

    thanks!

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    Andrey Ivanov (Edited )

    Hello rookey,

    Could you please let us know if the issue is still actual for you? In addition, Plesk supports only official repositories in regards to Apache, so, you can use Ubuntu 16.04 with Apache 2.4.18.

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    Asad Qureshi (Edited )

    I am still getting this in few Joomla websites:

    [Mon Aug 28 22:05:14.912477 2017] [proxy_fcgi:error] [pid 28520:tid 139673577895680] [client xx.xx.xx.xx:37974] AH01068: Got bogus version 92

    Server version: Apache/2.4.6 (CentOS)

    Regards

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    Artyom Baranov

    @Asad Qureshi,

    The bug has been fixed in Apache 2.4.16 only. You may migrate to Ubuntu 16, where Apache is 2.4.18.

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    Daria Zadorozhna

    There are 503 errors in server logs with this issue.

    And this error is showing only for Google bot. Is it ok for SEO?

    2021-03-10 12:44:10 Error 66.249.64.127 503
    GET /obuchenie/programmy/355-bakalavr-hr-menedzhmenta.html HTTP/1.0
        16.5 КБ
    Access to Apache SSL/TLS

    [Wed Mar 10 12:44:10.271459 2021] [proxy_fcgi:error] [pid 9334:tid 140517211817728] [client 66.249.64.127:39972] AH01070: Error parsing script headers
    [Wed Mar 10 12:44:10.271544 2021] [proxy_fcgi:error] [pid 9334:tid 140517211817728] [client 66.249.64.127:39972] AH01068: Got bogus version 40
    [Wed Mar 10 12:44:10.271550 2021] [proxy_fcgi:error] [pid 9334:tid 140517211817728] (22)Invalid argument: [client 66.249.64.127:39972] AH01075: Error dispatching request to :

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    Soumya Jena

    The issue is still there. Is there any solution for this?? The server load is really high due to this error.

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    YW

    After updating to "Plesk 18.0.34 Update2", I saw  those error logs in the web logs for the first time.

    Because it is not likely to be a problem only with apache2.4.6.

    For exapmle:

    [proxy_fcgi:error] [pid 8295:tid 140088344311552] [client ***.***.***.***:45130] AH01068: Got bogus version 51, referer:

    [proxy_fcgi:error] [pid 8295:tid 140088344311552] (22)Invalid argument: [client ***.***.***.***:45130] AH01075: Error dispatching request to :, referer:

     

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    Leandro Alegsa

    The same problem here, only when I run PHP with FPM 


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    Del C (Edited )

    Tons of these in the error_log: AH01068: Got bogus version 45

    PHP 7.3.28
    FPM served by Nginx
    CentOS Linux 7.9.2009 (Core)
    Plesk  18.0.36

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    Andrea Pietropaolo

    Switching PHP to FPM application served by nginx doesn't fix it.

     

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    Cristiano Rodrigues

    I have the exact same issue, except the website is already on PHP-FPM served by nginx.

    Also, a few websites, from time to time, randomly drop their commercial grade SSL certs, and if there is no LetsEncrypt SSL cert issued it will fail as if it never had a certificate to begin with...

    Can we please have a fix?

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    Kuzma Ivanov

    Hi Andrea Pietropaolo

    Try to switch your website to nginx only.

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