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From Alfred Vahau <Alf.Va...@upng.ac.pg>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Problem restarting Apache gracefully
Date Thu, 13 Jan 2005 21:12:56 GMT
> Have just noticed something. Look for /usr/sbin/apache2ctl.

most *unix commands are on standard paths. In which case, the which 
command or one of its variants
should verify the existence of the command as well as point to the path. 
It is quicker than
using find.

Thus which apache2ctl should result in /usr/sbin/apache2ctl, if it 
exists there.

alfred,


JM Fraser wrote:

>Have just noticed something. Look for /usr/sbin/apache2ctl.
>
>
>On 15:06:40 January 13, 2005 Grand Apeiron <Grand.Apeiron@gmx.net> wrote:
>  
>
>>For the case Apache2 runs on Suse (at least 9.X) and was installed
>>using yast the correct way to control apache is the command
>>"rcapache2" instead of apache2ctl itself.
>>
>>But the apache2ctl command should still exists on the system.
>>
>>On Thu, 2005-01-13 at 15:38 +0100, Alexander der Grosse wrote:
>>    
>>
>>> 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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