Re: Need to remove and add virtualhosts to start apache
On Mon, Jan 24, 2005 at 10:34:21PM -0500, Adam Rosi-Kessel wrote:
> >> This is a very strange, unreproducible problem that occurs frequently
> >> enough that I'm concerned.
> > This sounds like hardware failure. Have you tried running memtest86
> > on the system? (I saw you said it seems stable otherwise, but I'd
> > check that first.)
> Yes, all of the diagnostics check out. Memory tests fine. Although the
> problem is not always reproducible, it always 100% consistent when it
> happens: remove some virtualhosts, start apache, and add them back in,
> restart apache, and everything is fine.
> The machine has been up for as much as five or six months at a time
> without any problems at all. It's only when (1) apache is upgraded or
> (2) the machine is rebooted that I've witnessed this problem.
> I know it sounds more like a car problem than a software problem, but I'm
> pretty convinced it's not hardware.
As a Lisper i like car problems ;-)
A quick shot into the dark: could this be DNS related? I think you never told
us what sort of virtual hosting you do. Iff you have enough virtual hosts
whose domain name doesn't resolve _and_ your server is set up in a way that
requires DNS lookups _and_ you have a lot of virtual hosts the startup
process might timeout.
Hmm, doesn't sound too likely ...
> Adam Rosi-Kessel
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