Re: apache reload v. apache restart
From: Robert Vangel (vangelr_at_rfgt.net)
Date: Mon, 01 Nov 2004 20:28:26 +0800 To: firstname.lastname@example.org
I can't say that this has happened to me really.
What do error logs give? Do you get any abnormal output from logrotate?
Or, does it just die because it *seems* it wants to.
I've had similar problems due to very stale processes (and even after
<service> stop haven't killed and it's just doing lots of "killall -9"'s
that has put it all back to normal.
Dave Ewart wrote:
> System: Woody, fully up to date, runs Apache
> Recently, after an 'apt-get upgrade', Apache has been dying when doing a
> logrotate. I have identified the source of the problem -
> '/etc/ini.d/apache reload' kills Apache.
> So, I've changed it to '/etc/ini.d/apache restart' in the logrotate
> scripts and this seems OK.
> Anyone else seen this or have any thoughts as to what *really* caused
> this to start happening? The logrotate and Apache configs have remained
> unchanged for many months, and I suspect that one of the the packages
> 'apt-get upgraded' within the past week broke something.
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