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From Renato Salles <maill...@brturbo.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Server don't restart
Date Thu, 09 Jan 2003 13:12:30 GMT
On Thu, 2003-01-09 at 10:43, Rich Bowen wrote:
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> On 9 Jan 2003, Renato Salles wrote:
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> > I'm having one issue here:
> > At boot time, apache comes up normally, but after any changes that
> > require restarting the server, i have at the log:
> >
> > [Thu Jan 09 10:19:19 2003] [info] mod_unique_id: using ip addr
> > 200.103.128.89
> > [Thu Jan 09 10:19:20 2003] [crit] (17)File exists: unable to create
> > scoreboard (name-based shared memory failure)
> 
I've seem the same some minutes ago...
> I've seen this problem reported about 4 times in the last week, once in
> French. Please don't consider this an authoritative response, because I
> have not yet investigated it much, but it appears that you have an
> unclean shutdown, and the scoreboard file, which was created the first
> time, cannot be created again, because it already exists.

Yes, exactly.
> 
> See if you can find the scoreboard file - See what the directive
> ScoreBoardFile is set to, and if this file is going away when you shut
> down. Experiment with removing this directive, and seeing if that works
> (memory-based, rather than file-based, scoreboard).
Id id remove the directive and the file, too.
> 
> One more thing - we discussed this at some length on IRC - it seems that
Could you point me the IRC address? I would like to make part of.

> RedHat 8.0 is shipping Apache with mod_unique_id enabled, although lots
> of people have no idea what the module is, or what they are doing with
> it. If you fall into this category, try removing that module from the
> AddModule section of your configuration file. I'm told it's a useful
It is already done. I have no idea what this module is. 
> module. However, in my experience, removing it has solved a number of
> problems for some people - specifically, people who are not using it for
> anything in particular, so for whom it is not correctly configured.
> Besides, if you're not using a module, it's best to not have it loaded
> anyway, largely for performance reasons.

Thank you for the quick answer, everything just goes fine, now.

Best regards,
Renato Salles

> 
> - -- 
> Rich Bowen - rbowen@rcbowen.com
> CooperMcGregor.com/training - Apache and mod_perl training
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