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Thread: Mod_ruid2 is no more in httpd.include file when plesk last updated.

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    Mod_ruid2 is no more in httpd.include file when plesk last updated.

    I have Plesk installed on a server and everything was working fine. But since the last update which was done automatically, there were many problems which came up and websites were having permission problem.

    When I checked the http.include files in the conf directoy I could see that the last updates did not include:

    <IfModule mod_ruid2.c>
    RMode Config
    RUidGid myuser psacln
    </IfModule>

    which was present in the old httpd.include files and this is for all the subdomains on the server.

    Is there a way where I can incude:
    <IfModule mod_ruid2.c>
    RMode Config
    RUidGid myuser psacln
    </IfModule>

    automatically in the httpd.include file each time plesk updates itself? Because when it was added to the new httpd.include file, the permission error was resolved. Please help me on this friends. Thanks.

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    Does this look like a plesk website?

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