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From Joe Orton <jor...@redhat.com>
Subject Re: "(97)Address family not supported by protocol" causes "disk ticking"?
Date Mon, 23 Feb 2004 11:09:29 GMT
Hi,

On Sat, Feb 21, 2004 at 11:00:25AM +0000, Alexis Huxley wrote:
...
> About once every three weeks it happens that the hard disk of the
> machine where I run apache2 starts audibly "ticking" - i.e. it starts
> making some sort of non-cached access (maybe the log writing below?) at
> a rate of once per second.
> 
> The server could still serve other pages without problem, so there
> was no DoS.
...
> I checked the apache logs and I see this in error_log:
> 
>         [Mon Feb 16 23:35:33 2004] [warn] (97)Address family not supported by protocol:
get socket to connect to listener
>         [Mon Feb 16 23:35:34 2004] [warn] (97)Address family not supported by protocol:
get socket to connect to listener
...

OK, what platform are you on, what Listen directives are you using, and
are you using IPv6 on the box at all?  It would be useful to run "strace
-p" on the pid of the parent once the server gets into this state.

Regards,

joe

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