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From Radhika Sambamurti <radhika_narend...@yahoo.com>
Subject Apache PID changing daily
Date Tue, 19 Mar 2002 19:04:17 GMT
Hi,
We are running apache 1.3.20 and something has been
happening in the past few days to reset the apache pid. We
are not using logrotate or any other utility to rotate
logs.

When i stop apache with ./apachectl stop it says, no such
pid (because the pid has changed and the httpd.pid file is
trying to kill the old pid).

Any idea why or how this pid is changing and what is the
problem. i am attaching the error_log file below.

Also, i created a small monitoring script that could log
the pid of the file every half hour and it seems the Apache
PPID changed around midnight (between march 19 00:15 -
00:45). I hope this is useful. Please let me know if you
need other information.

Thx,
radhika

--------------------Error Log-----------------------------

Mon Mar 18 23:40:47 2002] [error] System: Connection reset
by peer (errno: 131)
[Tue Mar 19 00:16:39 2002] [error] mod_ssl: SSL handshake
timed out (client 12.225.237.168, server
hostname03.xxx.com:443)
[Tue Mar 19 00:22:20 2002] [notice] child pid 8527 exit
signal Segmentation Fault (11)
[Tue Mar 19 00:23:28 2002] [notice] child pid 8529 exit
signal Segmentation Fault (11)
[Tue Mar 19 00:23:32 2002] [notice] child pid 8710 exit
signal Segmentation Fault (11)
[Tue Mar 19 00:24:31 2002] [notice] child pid 8709 exit
signal Segmentation Fault (11)
[Tue Mar 19 00:25:27 2002] [notice] child pid 9887 exit
signal Segmentation Fault (11)
[Tue Mar 19 00:25:27 2002] [notice] child pid 8880 exit
signal Segmentation Fault (11)
[Tue Mar 19 00:25:27 2002] [emerg] (9)Bad file number:
fcntl: F_SETLKW: Error getting accept lock, exiting! 
Perhaps you need to use the LockFile directive to place
your lock file on a local disk!
[Tue Mar 19 00:25:28 2002] [alert] Child 10274 returned a
Fatal error... 
Apache is exiting!


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