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Apache crashing frequently

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by wazeh, Mar 13, 2002.

  1. wazeh

    wazeh Registered

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    This situation is on a Pegasus server... PIII 1Ghz, 512MB Ram. Apache 1.3.20 PHP 4.1.2 almost 250MB of RAM is free, swap is at 0. top reports a 96% CPU idle time. The problem is that apache crashes on average every 3-6 minutes. Only apache crashes while all other services run fine. Some times, rebooting the server will fix the problem for an hour or 2 before it happens again.

    Any ideas?
     
  2. bdraco

    bdraco Guest

    [quote:21e804e61d][i:21e804e61d]Originally posted by wazeh[/i:21e804e61d]

    This situation is on a Pegasus server... PIII 1Ghz, 512MB Ram. Apache 1.3.20 PHP 4.1.2 almost 250MB of RAM is free, swap is at 0. top reports a 96% CPU idle time. The problem is that apache crashes on average every 3-6 minutes. Only apache crashes while all other services run fine. Some times, rebooting the server will fix the problem for an hour or 2 before it happens again.

    Any ideas?[/quote:21e804e61d]

    Try rebuilding apache with buildapache.sea from layer1.cpanel.net
     
  3. anand

    anand Well-Known Member

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    crashing apache

    I have the same trouble of apache on my server which is a PIII 866, 512MB Ram. Apache crashes every 2-2.5 hrs.

    Will this rebuilding of apache effect on nething else on the server ? I am sorry for putting forward a newbie question but this is a production box, and i would be in deep trouble if nething else goes wrong.

    What should i do, and how do i go about rebuilding apache, please advise.

    thx ;)
     
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