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Apache no longer restart every 10 minutes?

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by mmkassem, Jun 18, 2003.

  1. mmkassem

    mmkassem Well-Known Member

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    Apache no longer restart every 10 minutes as it used to.

    Is there a problem in that?
     
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    ciphervendor Well-Known Member

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    Apache _isn't_ supposed to restart every 10 minutes. If it was doing that, then you had issues with your server/apache config.

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    from the FAQ:

    You can check the http://faq.cpanel.net


    So it should restart every 10 minutes, but this is not happening now.

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    Perhaps we don't understand each other. Sure cPanel sends a SIGUSR1 to Apache; however this shouldn't cause you to receive an email every 10 minutes saying that Apache was restarted.

    If you'd like to verify that the SIGUSR1 is working correctly, execute: tail -f /etc/httpd/logs/error_log
     
  5. mmkassem

    mmkassem Well-Known Member

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    yeah I mean this SIGUSR1. It stoped, Cpanel is not sending SIGUSR1

    I used:

    tail -f /etc/httpd/logs/error_log

    and it showed me errors for about 1 hour ( file does not exist) without any SIGUSR1.

    How can I fix that?
    Also How can I exit from this command?

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    Sun Jun 8 11:06:04 EDT 2003
    6.x Build#79
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    a lot less SIGUSR1s now [now very rare expect for dumplogs]

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    Great, Thanks a lot.

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