I think I might have resolved the issue by adding this to my .htaccess (of course it's hard to tell since the problem was intermittant however at least for now I have been unable to replicate the issue in the past 10 minutes)
ErrorDocument 500 index.php
Would there any problems with resolving it in this manner?
i guess WHM is configuring apache to use WHM's error page. You can override it this way.In Cpanel and WHM there is an option to disable displaying custom error pages in manage domain section. You might wanna check that out too.
The only thing I could find in WHM was essentially html templates for error pages, which I doubted would give me access to meaningful error messages.
However I haven't had any problems since setting the error document, app is going to the users to test in more detail now but I think it's all good now.
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