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Server reboot

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by asmar, Nov 8, 2004.

  1. asmar

    asmar Well-Known Member

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    Hi guys,

    There is a problem with a dedicated server and I cannot figure what's going on. Any help would be more than welcome.

    Occassionaly the server stop responding and needs reboot to restart the services correctly.
    SSH is working great but DNS and Apache seems to have problems. Furthermore sometimes ssh is not working as well and I have access only through IP on WHM in order to restart the server.

    Anyone experienced similar problem.

    Server needs reboot almost 1 per week.

    Many thanks
     
  2. netlook

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    Did you checked your HDDs? Maybe this is a hardware problem - try to ask your DC about checking the temp of your server. Also - try tweak some Apache and MySQL - maybe it would help.
     
  3. sawbuck

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    Do you see any errors when restarting Bind/Named or Apache?
     
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    asmar Well-Known Member

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    No errors at all.
    I cannot figure what's going on.
     
  5. sawbuck

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    Might be time to consider hiring someone to take a look presuming your provider can't help.
     
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