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httpd (2.2.14 (Unix)) "failed!"

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by tnt webhosting, Jan 11, 2010.

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    If for example you just rebooted the server and then opened this page as soon as the server came back up, you might see one or more of these showing in red as you see there. If the websites are up on this server, Apache is up and running.

    I don't recall off hand the time between updates on that page but it's not in real time.
     
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    Well I restarted it once (Apache) after I seen it had failed, but it has been over a day, and still shows failed yet everything is working fine. :confused:
     
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    To better diagnose the issue it will help to know more information. Via root SSH access the following commands will obtain some basic information about the chkservd configuration, including determining if it is setup to monitor "httpd" (where "1" is enabled and "0" is disabled), if the "httpd" chkservd configuration file exists, and what the reported status is in comparison to what is displayed via WHM ("+" for online or "-" for offline):
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    # grep -Hi httpd /etc/chkserv.d/chkservd.conf
    # grep -H '' /etc/chkserv.d/httpd /var/run/chkservd/httpd
    # stat /etc/chkserv.d/httpd
     
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