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From "Roger Harrell" <ro...@audiblefaith.com>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] Apache partial page output
Date Fri, 09 Jun 2006 20:22:04 GMT
Well I discovered the source of the problem. This server was hacked.
There was a rootkit installed and it was interfering with the httpd
process. So if you ever find your page outputs being cropped start
looking at your server logs and checking critical directories.

Roger


-----Original Message-----

I'm not sure why things are loading slow for you. When I test it either
loads or fails within a couple of seconds.

No caching enabled. Only caching is the SSL cache. PHP max timeout is
set at 30 seconds, but this failure is occurring within 2 seconds so
it's not exceeding that. Any other ideas?

Roger

-----Original Message-----
From: Robert Anderson [mailto:robert.a@ecsglobal.com] 
Sent: Wednesday, June 07, 2006 7:36 AM
To: roger@audiblefaith.com
Subject: Re: [users@httpd] Apache partial page output

The site loads fully consistently for me but it is very slow. I ran into
a similar issue some time ago with the same version of apache. It was
caused by cache files not being removed after they expire.  Check to see
if you have caching enabled and if so how large your cache directory is.

On mandrake the cache dir is /var/cache/httpd

If you are unfamiliar with how to find the cache modules you can run the
following command on the /etc/httpd director (or where ever you have it
installed)
grep -iR "cache" conf conf.d

Comment out the use of the module then restart apache and see if that
resolves your problem.

Another thing you can check is your PHP timout fount in the php.ini
file. "max_execution_time = 30"

Hope this helps.
--
Robert Anderson
ECS Global
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But I, being poor, have only my dreams; I have spread my dreams under
your feet; Tread softly because you tread on my dreams.
- Yeats


Roger Harrell wrote:

>Just recently Apache started truncating it's output. I have a bunch of
>database driven sites running on LAMP.
>RH Linux 9
>Apache 2.0
>PHP 4.2.2
>MySQL 4.0.17
>
>Recently pages started to not complete. In Firefox the page just
>partially loads. Where it truncates seems to be pretty random, but it 
>just appears that Apache stops outputting data. IE interprets it as a 
>page failure so IE visitors basically can't visit my sites. An example
>http://www.audiblefaith.com/pages/cd200492
>
>The longer the page is, the more likely it will fail.
>
>Refresh a few times. The page will load differently each time. Has
>anyone run into this before? These are sites that have been running for

>years without problems. I have not changed architecture recently. I'm 
>not even sure how to start troubleshooting this.
>
>Thanks in advance,
>Roger
>
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