Re: apache reload v. apache restart
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On Thursday, 04.11.2004 at 22:41 +0100, Richard Lyons wrote:
> > The date sounds the same as for me. The actual root of the problem is
> > that '/etc/init.d/apache reload' causes Apache to die. That command
> > issued as part of the logrotate scripts which run each night - in your
> > case at 0400.
> > I will check that bug above and see whether it's worth adding a
> > to it, or, if not, opening a new bug.
> Looks to me as if it has all been said. It is actually rather
> comforting to find you are not alone with these issues...
Also worth just sticking on a followup with the info, I suppose - just
to indicate that the bug is still showing its head. Not quite sure what
change to the Woody version of Apache (or ssl, php or whatever) has
caused this to surface ...
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