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Caught SIGTERM

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Game Master, Dec 12, 2006.

  1. Game Master

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    Greetings,

    Once in awhile I get the Caught SIGTERM in my logs where apache restarts.

    Some days ago I removed ALL extra scripts and just have one forum running,
    so I know it cannot be a memory issue. I looked at both the domlogs and logs
    folders for the time of the restart and neither shows anything unusual.

    My host support said:

    So I replied: So how can I prevent these spontaneous restarts?

    That does not seem realistic - any tips?
     
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    I've seen this happen if you have either SIM or monit installed on the server. They both clash with chkservd and if you have either installed you should remove them or reconfigure them not to restart services.

    I would definitely not recommend removing httpd monitoring from chkservd.
     
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    Thanks for your reply. Will disabling these to not restart services cause other problems if a restart is really need, for example a crash?
     
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    No, because chkservd will restart them
     
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    Thanks again, I have verified that these programs are neither running or installed, what else could be the solution?
     

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