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The problem was https://developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/module/ which have done cache clean every hour. Configuration it to store files on tmpfs fixed the problem.
Configure your apache to run cgi scripts. You can use any executable file as cgi (C, Perl, shell - whatsoever). Make sure you add proper 'execute' permissions so apache can run the file, then include on your page something like <img src="/cgi-bin/myfile.sh"> and you're done! If you do not have access to apache configuration: <?php .... system(...
This is normal if you see it. Since it is the first virtual host entry it will show local host. but still you can set that up in httpd.conf, <VirtualHost localhost:80> ServerAdmin localhost DocumentRoot /path/to/htdocs/ ServerName localhost </VirtualHost> To run projects like http://yourwebsite.com locally <VirtualHost ...
I believe the default DocumentRoot for apache is /var/www/html, so try moving your php file there by doing: sudo mv /var/www/info.php /var/www/html/ If apache then complains that it cannot read the file, try sudo chmod a+r /var/www/html/info.php.
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