Failure To Create CGI Process
Savant could not create a process to run a Common Gateway Interface application.
When this error occurs, an HTML-formatted error message is sent to the client, and
Savant continues to service file requests normally.
This error usually has its roots in either a lack of system resources or a
misconfiguration of Savant.
To solve this problem, try the following steps:
- Verify that you have enough memory for the CGI program or script to be executed.
- If the CGI application is a script, verify that you have the proper interpreter
(usually the Perl 5 interpreter) installed on the server.
- Savant uses the Windows file manager to determine which interpreter to
execute a script with. This error will result if the script has an extension
that isn't associated with a specific interpreter in the Windows file system.
For example, a Perl script with the extension .pl must be associated with the
perl.exe interpreter. By default, Savant 3.0 sets up the proper associations