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Apache crashes at graceful restart

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by Bart, May 18, 2006.

  1. Bart

    Bart New Pleskian

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    Hi,

    When apache receives a graceful restart it crashes with the following error:

    I'm running Plesk 8 (without the last patch) on FreeBSD 6.0.

    My httpd.conf is straight forward, using prefork MPM. I've also installed Zend Optimizer 3.

    Thanks for any input,
    Bart
     
  2. Bart

    Bart New Pleskian

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    I tried the latest patch for Plesk, but it didn't resolve the problem.

    I could trace the problem back to PHP. When I commented the LoadModule php4_module, the problem disappeared. This of course disables PHP and I don't want that, so I uncommented the line again..

    After that I went to check out the php.ini file, I commented the Zend extensions and now the error disappeared. The problem must be with Zend Optimizer then..

    I upgraded Zend Optimizer 3.0.0Beta3 to Zend Optimizer 3.0.0, but the problem persisted.

    I got it working though with these parameters in the php.ini file:
    The standard Zend Optimizer php.ini didn't work. I hope somebody finds this useful.

    Bart
     
  3. Artur

    Artur Guest

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    I'm having a similar problem with php5 and no Zend. any ideas?
     
  4. Artur

    Artur Guest

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    Something interesting i found.

    apparently the order in which you load php extensions makes a difference.

    some people suggest putting these in the following order at the very bottom of

    /usr/local/etc/php/extensions.ini

    ....
    extension=recode.so
    extension=mysql.so
    extension=imap.so
    extension=sockets.so

    (you may not have all of these loading, so only reorder the ones you already have)
     
  5. Artur

    Artur Guest

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    my previous post actually did not help, so don't bother with it.
     
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