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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 22631] - Apache2 crashs and can not be closed from task manager until reboot
Date Tue, 14 Oct 2003 22:33:51 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From spam@come.no-ip.com  2003-10-14 22:33 -------
>I've been running a few Apache installations on Windows XP for 2+ years 
without such issues.
>There is a problem in some PHP versions below 4.3.4, that kills 
(and restarts) Apache on concurrent requests.

that's actualy what I was thinking, this usualy doesnt happend during opening a 
page, but at the beginning, when the request open the page being sent to 
apache. I was suspicious, that this usualy happens, when many requests are 
being sent to apache in the same time.

>Can you reproduce it without loading php4_module?
well, it's hard to tell, because as I mentioned above, it usualy happens on 
hight loaded server pereod...
the rotatelogs I started using just recently, and it has nothing to do with 
apache crashes.

>I don't suppose you're running McAfee Virusscan, by any chance?
No, I dont, I use NortonInternetSecurity with NortonAntivirus, but I'm sure it 
doesnt affect anything, since I've tested apache2 on fresh windows installation 
without anything else installed.

P.S. is PHP v4.3.4 is out???? :)

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