If you are running Cloudlinux, cagefs and lsapi with cpanel, you are probably familiar with the error. If the error is appearing for one or two sites, then it is probably because the user is hitting the VM/PM limit you have set through Cloudlinux. But if the error is appearing for all the sites, then it is because the cagefs fails with the suexec permission for some reason.
[Tue Dec 19 20:40:07.097202 2017] [lsapi:error] [pid 532140:tid 139848266454784] [client *:25021] mod_lsapi: [host *] [req GET / HTTP/1.1] Could not connect to lsphp backend: connect to lsphp refused: 111 (possibly memory limit for LVE ID 1789 too small), referer: http://*/
One way to solve the problem is to remount all the users. Sometimes, it doesn’t work and you may require to reinitialize cagefs again:
I have seen times, when nothing works, but reinstalling cagefs does the trick. If cagefs doesn’t work, you may try disabling virtual memory from the CloudLinux LVE manager to see if that fix the problem. CloudLinux also has a known Virtual Memory 503 error issue with LSAPI.