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/etc/init.d/httpd: line 83: 2126 File size limit exceeded(core dumped) $HTTPD -DSSL

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Secret Agent, Jan 21, 2006.

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  1. Secret Agent

    Secret Agent Guest

    Out of the blue I suddenly get this error when restarting apache with ssl

    /etc/init.d/httpd: line 83: 2126 File size limit exceeded(core dumped) $HTTPD -DSSL

    I couldn't find anything on the forum pertaining to this.

    This happened overnight
     
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    Check both the size of the apache logs and of domlogs and make sure none of them is at or over 2GB in size. IF they are, rename them out of the way and restart apache.
     
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  3. Secret Agent

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    Yes nothing is over 50MB. I forgot to mention that

    /var/log
    apache logs, all way below even 500MB
     
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    Secret Agent Guest

    Domain log - fixed

    Completely forgot those :)
     
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    You should also check

    /var/log/domainname.com

    or similar.

    This logfile is especially generated for SSL hosts.

    No idea why this log gets not split up like other logs
    within the /var/log directory e.g.

    kernel
    kernel.1
    kernel.2
     
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    You have to setup log rotation for those manually in logrotate as cPanel doesn't configure logrotate itself.
     
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    File size limit exceeded(core dumped) $HTTPD -DSSL

    1.Check log file size { /usr/local/apache/logs }

    2. #cd /usr/local/apache/logs

    3. # > {max size filename}-----> eg: error_log

    4.enter.
    5.restart apache.

    AMBU
    uNIx tEcH...:D
     
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