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Re: apache reload and child fault

Il mar, 2003-12-02 alle 13:24, Tomas Hoger ha scritto:
> On Tue, Dec 02, 2003 at 12:27:33PM +0100, Roberto Sebastiano wrote:
> > /etc/init.d/apache stop; killall apache; sleep 10; /etc/init.d/apache
> > start seems the right approach to workaround the problem
> I have to warn you, that this might not help.  After reading Rodi's post
> from september, I have written simple watchdog script, which tries to
> detect apache crashes.  It looks into /var/run/apache.pid and if apache
> process with given pid is not running, it collects some system info
> (process list, disk free space, network connections, could this be of any
> use Fabio?) and at the end does exactly the same to restart apache.  It
> saved me from troubles at least one since then, but it failed today.
> killall apache haven't killed all apache child processes and start failed
> with 'could not bind 80'.  Actually, my script is run from cron, so it
> tried again and again and it finally worked out fine at the 8th or 9th try.
> Hope killall -9 will work better in the future.

But killall -9 processes leaks memory. Or not ?

Roberto Sebastiano <robs@multiplayer.it>

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