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Issues With New Standard httpd.conf

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by VeZoZ, Jan 4, 2008.

  1. VeZoZ

    VeZoZ Well-Known Member

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    I'm wondering if anyone else who has 1000+ sites per server is having issues with several things now that the httpd.conf has changed?

    As of now customers adding SSL certs they always fail and we need to do it manually for them through WHM which also takes ages to do.

    Also of course the restart apache from WHM always reports the service as unable to start (due to how long it takes to start)

    I'm assuming it has to do with now the several includes per vhost that is now there in the httpd.conf. Most of the includes aren't even useful as they relate to SSL and such which most users do not have but apache parsing them results in ages to restart and do other things.

    I'd love to just say not have as many domains per machine but when you run 4way systems minimum with 8way being the average along with large raid arrays and massive amounts of ram it's not really economical to not have 1000+ domains per machine.

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