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From Robert Zagarello <bz...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] mod_rewrite: failed to lock file descriptor
Date Mon, 16 May 2005 05:20:56 GMT

The problem with errors is that you can't take them
seriously after the first one.  What I mean by that is
  to understand all subsequent errors in the light of
the  first.  This seems especially true of Windows. 
It also means if you can fix the first one the others
may go away.

BZAG
====================

--- Andrew Zeon <andzeon@au1.ibm.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> I have Apache 1.3.26 running on Windows 2000. I am
> getting the following 
> in my error.log:
> 
> [Mon May 16 13:44:04 2005] [error] Server ran out of
> threads to serve 
> requests. Consider raising the ThreadsPerChild
> setting
> [Mon May 16 13:44:09 2005] [error] [client
> 10.207.14.115] (36)Resource 
> deadlock avoided: mod_rewrite: failed to lock file
> descriptor
> [Mon May 16 13:44:09 2005] [error] [client
> 10.120.122.148] (13)Permission 
> denied: mod_rewrite: failed to unlock file
> descriptor
> 
> The "ran out of threads" bit I can understand... we
> are planning on 
> increasing this value. However, I'm trying to
> understand why I am getting 
> the next two lines. FYI, there is a problem with one
> of our rewrite rules 
> and hence is consistenly throwing this error:
> 
> [Mon May 16 13:44:00 2005] [error] [client
> 10.56.3.45] File does not 
> exist: e:/apps/ibmhttpserver/htdocs/en_us/callhome
> 
> I get about 10 of these per second in error.log.
> Could it be that the 
> threads are trying to write to the log files so fast
> that it's having 
> locking issues?
> 
> Thanks.
> 
> Andrew
> 
> 



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