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UPCP broke httpd.conf and apache fail ...

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by cass, May 27, 2004.

  1. cass

    cass Well-Known Member

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    Let see...
    one of my httpd.conf's is near 64K in size.
    is there any limit or something?

    I'm asking cause when I've done a simple upcp ... cpanel/whm does not put the correct httpd.conf back.
    It gave errors (this time, one extra </virtualhost> closing tag... and one virtualhost broken at mid, missing <virtualhost and some other first lines) ... and who knows if anything more (my clients will let me know if some account disapeared or something...)

    What's the problem with this ?

    does cpanel LOCK the files when they are making this changes or something? (if not, maybe some other app, or the same whm, some reseller, for ex. could be doing any changes at exact same time?)

    Or well... I dont think so... but could be a size problem? (I mean the file is on the limit of 64K, maybe something is limited to just this? ....)

    Let me know if you know.
    It's probably a bug... if it is, I will submit one.

    Thanks.
     
  2. chirpy

    chirpy Well-Known Member

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    Sounds like a bug to me. AFAIK there's no such limit in Apache for the size of the httpd.conf file at all.
     
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