SSI include virtual does not run cgi
<!--#include virtual="/cgi-bin/something.cgi" -->
instead of running the cgi displays the source, but when loading the cgi directly runs it fine, i see many problems about this, but not known bug reports and no fixes any ideas ?
#4 Updated by Anonymous almost 10 years ago
We gave up and went back to apache we lost a week of migration downtime because of it. We have lhttpd on another server running static content and php index pages, its now 2% cpu load compared to 50%+ when apache was installed what a shame. Is lhttpd vaporware now ?
#13 Updated by Anonymous about 9 years ago
I just installed lighttpd for the first time, from svn trunk, include virtua="/cgi-bin/myscript.pl" does not work. Uses the wrong path according to error log. If the cgi-bin exists in the document root as a sub directory, then it will include the file as plain text.
#16 Updated by Anonymous almost 9 years ago
Taken you long enough ! I think they worked something else out, like using php instead, I have no need for SSI personally but we were migrating from apache, so obviouslly there is an arrogance because the SSI feature is broken and not doing what its suppose to do. So why not just remove the module altogether. There is always technologies like AJAX anyway.
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