Article ID: 1683, created on Feb 12, 2007, last review on Mar 13, 2016

  • Applies to:
  • Plesk for Linux/Unix

Resolution

For security reasons 'suexec' in Plesk passes only the following environment variables to CGI scripts:   "AUTH_TYPE",
"CONTENT_LENGTH",
"CONTENT_TYPE",
"DATE_GMT",
"DATE_LOCAL",
"DOCUMENT_NAME",
"DOCUMENT_PATH_INFO",
"DOCUMENT_ROOT",
"DOCUMENT_URI",
"FILEPATH_INFO",
"GATEWAY_INTERFACE",
"LAST_MODIFIED",
"PATH_INFO",
"PATH_TRANSLATED",
"QUERY_STRING",
"QUERY_STRING_UNESCAPED",
"REMOTE_ADDR",
"REMOTE_HOST",
"REMOTE_IDENT",
"REMOTE_PORT",
"REMOTE_USER",
"REDIRECT_QUERY_STRING",
"REDIRECT_STATUS",
"REDIRECT_URL",
"REQUEST_METHOD",
"REQUEST_URI",
"SCRIPT_FILENAME",
"SCRIPT_NAME",
"SCRIPT_URI",
"SCRIPT_URL",
"SERVER_ADMIN",
"SERVER_NAME",
"SERVER_ADDR",
"SERVER_PORT",
"SERVER_PROTOCOL",
"SERVER_SOFTWARE",
"UNIQUE_ID",
"USER_NAME",
"TZ",
"FPEXE",
"FPUID",
"FPGID",
"FPFD",
+ HTTP_*, HTTPS_*, SSL_* Unfortunately this cannot be redefined. You can find more information about suexec at  http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.0/suexec.html.

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