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  • Fresh install getting error: net::ERR_HTTP2_PROTOCOL_ERROR 200

    Hi, im using OVH web hosting when trying to load up the home page of vBulletin I get a white page for some time then it loads up without any CSS and in console, I get the errors:
    net::ERR_HTTP2_PROTOCOL_ERROR 200.

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    if i add
    Code:
    SetEnvIfNoCase Request_URI ^ no-gzip -vary
    in my .htaccess file then the home page loads up ok without any errors.

    Here is my PHP settings http://fpm7.3-check.cluster051.hosti...et/phpinfo.php
    and the Apache Modules: https://cluster051.hosting.ovh.net/infos/apache.html


    Is there a way to fix this with out adding SetEnvIfNoCase Request_URI ^ no-gzip -vary in my .htaccess file?

    Here is my Apache modules that are on https://cluster051.hosting.ovh.net/infos/apache.html and my PHP settings http://fpm7.3-check.cluster051.hosti...et/phpinfo.php

    Is adding SetEnvIfNoCase Request_URI ^ no-gzip -vary to my .htaccess a security risk?
    Last edited by Raykai; Thu 22 Oct '20, 6:04pm.

  • #2
    You would have to ask your hosting company why you're getting that error. I've never seen that specific error before.

    Is adding SetEnvIfNoCase Request_URI ^ no-gzip -vary to my .htaccess a security risk?
    No. GZIP simply compresses the output before it sends it to the browser. I don't know if your list of Apache modules is the ones installed, the ones available, or both. However gzip uses mod_deflate and should only be attempted if the module is available. You can see in the default .htaccess file that the compression directives are surrounded by an <IfModule>

    Without compression, your bandwidth per page will be higher.
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    Wayne Luke
    The Rabid Badger - a vBulletin Cloud demonstration site.
    vBulletin 5 API

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    • #3
      Wired thing is if I switch from PHP-FPM to PHP-CGI all works fine.

      Will I have any performance lost running on PHP CGI?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Raykai View Post
        Will I have any performance lost running on PHP CGI?
        Maybe. You would have to discuss this with your hosting provider. If you are managing your own server, I recommend using mod_php while you learn why PHP-FPM is having problems.

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        Wayne Luke
        The Rabid Badger - a vBulletin Cloud demonstration site.
        vBulletin 5 API

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