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easyapache crashes. still running previous apache on memory. what should I do now

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by pcsousa, Oct 8, 2008.

  1. pcsousa

    pcsousa Well-Known Member

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    I.

    Running easyapache to add suexec and suphpexec. 45 minutes later is everything at the same point.

    apache was removed, including my conf.2008-10-08.bck directory (grrrrrrr)
    I have other from last sunday at a locally backup and backup of backup at ftp backup server, so no problem, but you should not do rm -fr /usr/local/apache :D

    Yes, file is ending with "Downloa" since first 4 or 5 minutos.

    Also ending with "read(9," since first 4/5 minutes of easyapache running.

    My websites are holding on previous instance of apache. If it drops everything stop.

    What should I do now? Kill easyapache process and run it again? It's safe?

    Regards.
     
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    pcsousa Well-Known Member

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    All sites are now down... as I expect. Now I have no apache installed... What should I do?
     
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    pcsousa Well-Known Member

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    Now stoping here:

    any ideas?

    Easy::Apache v3.2.0 Build 4442
     
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    pcsousa Well-Known Member

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    To help others:

    easyapache is allways crashing. According to cPanel support (quick reply - 10 minutes reply - thank you):
    I do not believe this, I'm sorry.
    In my case, this script is running for 9 hours.... I can make it mannually in less than one hour! I do not believe this is running well, Im sorry. I must kill it sometime.

    easyapache logs, after 9 hours running:
    By the way, all easyapache .env logs ends at this point.

    In the meanwhile I discovered easyapache creates a copy of original directory on same level (cPanel staff rocks! ;) ). In my case:
    /usr/local/apache.backup_archive/20081009.1223511491/
    I made this backup my default apache directory at /usr/local/apache/ and started apache ok. I need to do it because I can not have my sites down for more than 9 hours, as you can imagine. I'll try it again during the weekend, but I will not kill the process.

    Regards.
     
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    pcsousa Well-Known Member

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    easyapache still running 14 hours left. it's impossible to be ok...

    root 15125 0.0 0.6 181780 49228 ? Ss 01:20 0:03 [bg installer] /scripts/./easyapache

    root@ [/etc/rc.d/init.d]# date
    Thu Oct 9 15:11:20 WEST 2008
    root@ [/etc/rc.d/init.d]#

    I will now left cPanel staff make their job and then I'll update this topic. Maybe help others in the future.

    Regards.
     
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    pcsousa Well-Known Member

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    Updating.

    Many thaks to cPanel support. No updates, including easyapache, are runnig on this server just because yum databases corrupt.
    They cleaned them up with:
    Now running apache+php and suphp, suexec and php_MailHeaders. That's easiest to find spammers ;)

    Regards.
     
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    bman Well-Known Member

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    i have the same problem and i lost all my httpd.conf settings/sites
     
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    hydra Well-Known Member

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    Hi,

    The best thing to do right now is contact support.
    They are real helpful and quick to reply.

    Ronald.
     
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    bman Well-Known Member

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    i found the problem
    its was eAccelerator
    you must deselect it and then install it manually
     
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    pcsousa Well-Known Member

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    Never forget your backups. WHM manage them automatically and httpd.conf is one of the saved files.
     
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    DjiXas Well-Known Member

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    Recompiled with eac, ap 2.2 and php 5.2 with no poroblems
     
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