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daily apache-ssl reload is causing probs

Hello all,

I think I have found that an /etc/init.d/apache-ssl restart is the only
way to properly restart apache-ssl after a logrotation.  However, I've
had apache-ssl die two days in a row, and the culprit appears to be some
process that is sending apache-ssl a SIGUSR1 (what apache-ssl reload or
httpsdctl graceful issues).  

Here's the log:

[Mon Apr 14 03:00:18 2003] [notice] SIGUSR1 received.  Doing graceful
[Mon Apr 14 03:00:18 2003] /usr/lib/apache-ssl/gcache started
[Mon Apr 14 03:00:19 2003] [error] (2)No such file or directory:
mod_mime_magic: ca
n't read magic file /etc/apache-ssl/share/magic
[Mon Apr 14 03:00:19 2003] [notice] Apache/1.3.26 Ben-SSL/1.48 (Unix)
Debian GNU/Li
nux PHP/4.1.2 mod_perl/1.26 configured -- resuming normal operations
[Mon Apr 14 03:00:19 2003] [notice] suEXEC mechanism enabled (wrapper:
[Mon Apr 14 03:00:19 2003] [notice] Accept mutex: sysvsem (Default:

the problem is I don't know what could possibly be issueing this SIGUSR1
signal to apache-ssl every morning at the exact same time that cron runs
/etc/cron.daily.  I've checked all my cron jobs and can't seem to find
the culprit.  

if anyone has any ideas, I'd be grateful.

David Wilk
System Administrator
Community Internet Access, Inc.

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