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Apache causing images on sites not to show

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by colorteck, Feb 27, 2006.

  1. colorteck

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    Strange problem usually on the weekends apache is up and running but clients images on their websites are not showing up until I restart apache. This seems to only happen on the weekend when the backups are scheduled and happens early in the morning.

    Anyone have any ideas why this happens. The clients images will have an x where they are located until I restart apache.

    I have loooked at the logs and can not find anything.

    I am using the stable release of cPanel.
     
  2. rustelekom

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    are customer accounts used antiliche or hotlink cpanel feature?
     
  3. colorteck

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    I just figured it out. apparently https is not working when apache restarts. So I will manually restart apache and ssl works. These clients have their images under https and it fails sometimes twice a day.

    I am still trying to figure out why https is not restarted when apache is restarted.

    Anyone know if cpanel is having issues with SSL
     
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    cpanel haven't any issue with ssl. check your httpd logs and see HOW apache run after restart. With which option. It should be run with httpd -DSSL option. If not, it will run without ssl support. If your init scripts correct and you not found any warning about ports already used and etc. in log files may be you will need recompile your apache with mod_ssl because it is may help you.

    BTW. are you using something SIM (System Internal Monitor) ?
     
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