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    suexec log

    I actually have multiple questions, but I'll separate them for simplicity.
    I'm migrating a system from a non-GoDaddy server to a GoDaddy Deluxe Linux Hosting with cPanel server.

    When I run a perl script (which is almost identical to a perl script that runs perfectly fine for a 2nd separate site on a different GoDaddy Linux non-cPanel server), I get a 500 Internal Server Error with the message in the log file that I should check the suexec log for more information.

    Where can I find this log file so I can see if there is anything there that might help me diagnose what the problem is?


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    Hi @ulandreman, thanks for posting.

    You can check the standard Error Logs in cPanel to see if those errors are included. Information on this can be found here:


    You can also check HTTP logs in the /logs directory in the File Manager.

    Otherwise, you may want to confirm that the script and the folder it's in are using 755 permissions.


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