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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 41346] - apache 2.2.4 couldn't start rotatelogs.exe
Date Thu, 18 Jan 2007 15:06:04 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From trash_bin@nurfuerspam.de  2007-01-18 07:06 -------
(In reply to comment #3)
> There are no "zombies".

How did you manage that? I just grabbed myself an Windows XP notebook and
installed the apachelounge.com distro, putting a pipe to rotatelogs into
ErrorLog and/or CustomLog directive.

And there are zombies.

Could you please use Process Explorer from sysinternals.com to verify if you
have any dead rotatelogs.exe processes? If you switch on command line viewing
(view/select columns...) you'll probably investigate that funny mess more easy.

I have two rotatelogs processes per logfile (showing the command line from
httpd.conf) under the httpd.exe process tree and another process seemingly
having no parameters and running solely, i. e. this one isn't killed when the
apache process tree is killed. If I kill the top httpd.exe process only (not the
whole tree), no one of the pipe processes will disappear.

And I couldn't start the Service with same "Couldn't start ErrorLog" too.


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