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From Dr James Smith <...@sanger.ac.uk>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Apache make fedora go into corner
Date Sat, 27 Dec 2014 14:49:44 GMT
On 27/12/2014 13:21, georg chambert wrote:
> Hi, have for a bit of time had trouble with my server PC running 
> Fedora Os and Apache.
> After some time it goes into non-communicatable mode, does not take 
> any input whatsover,
> hard shutdown is only way to get out. It can be 24hours and it can be 
> 14days of running before this happes.
> While if  the httpd is not active the machine has no issues.
> So where do I look to find answers; short look in access_log for 
> servere does not give any specific clues to what
> happens, possibly because the "hard takedown" of the machine the file 
> is not closed properly ?
Have you checked top regularly to see if you are running the machine out 
of memory.

> Any suggestions ?
> Georg



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