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From "Alexander der Grosse" <Alexander.der-Gro...@gmx.net>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Problem restarting Apache gracefully
Date Thu, 13 Jan 2005 14:38:38 GMT
Hi,

yes the same problem I've noticed on a other webserver.

I don't know if anybody knows "Confixx". I run it on a webserver. If Confixx
restarts the webserver (how does it restart it?) there is no problem. If I
restart it myself, there is the problem.

alex
> I too have noticed this in our web cluster, but it doesn't happen 
> consistently and is sporadic on what machines it happens on.  We are 
> running Apache 1.3.33 mod_ssl on Solaris 8.
> 
> I am assuming that like us, a graceful restart of apache is done simply
> with
> 
> apachectl graceful
> 
> This has begun happening amongst the problems with the memory leaks, I 
> have a feeling they are quite closely related, but have yet to narrow 
> anything down.
> 
> Preston Podaril
> ppod@ispi.net
> Network Administrator
> ispi of Lincoln
> 
> 
> JM Fraser wrote:
> > What commands do you execute to restart Apache in a graceful fashion?
> > 
> > 
> > On 14:10:34 January 13, 2005 "Alexander der Grosse"
> <Alexander.der-Grosse@gmx.net> wrote:
> > 
> >>Hello,
> >>
> >>I've a problem restarting the Apache (2.0.52) gracefully. I compiled
> >>Apache myself (no apt-get, yast installation). Operation System is
> >>Debian stable. When I want to restart the webserver, the various
> >>apache instances are shutting down. Only the mother process remains.
> >>After all instances are shut down, the apache doesn't take new
> >>clients. After 5-10 minutes, the apache works normal.
> >>I get some warnings when I type in "apachectl graceful", that some
> >>DocumentRoots does not exist, but I think this should be not the
> >>problem. I have 3000-4000 VHosts.
> >>
> >>Can someone help me, please? The Apache should only reload the vhosts.
> >>
> >>bg, alex
> >>
> >>(sorry for my bad english)
> >>
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