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My httpd service is weird

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by zukk, Jan 15, 2007.

  1. zukk

    zukk Guest

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    Ok I have a big trouble today. Suddently without any kind of modifications to the server, it's gone crazy today. Got a couple of httpd dead but subsys locked messages , and now when I write:

    Code:
    [root@plesk init.d]# ./httpd status
    I get

    Code:
    [root@plesk init.d]# ./httpd status
    httpd (pid 5291 5290 5289 5288 5287 5286 5285 5284 5283 5280) is running...
    [root@plesk init.d]#
    Several httpd proceses but my site www.quickfileupload.com doesn't work anymore like it should.

    What's happening with my server ? What caused those multiple httpd proceses to run the same time ? if I write:

    Code:
    killall httpd
    I have after

    Code:
    [root@plesk init.d]# ./httpd status
    httpd dead but subsys locked
    [root@plesk init.d]#
    If I write

    Code:
    [root@plesk init.d]# ./httpd start
    Starting httpd:                                            [  OK  ]
    [root@plesk init.d]#
    
    it starts but when I check the status again

    Code:
    [root@plesk init.d]# ./httpd status
    httpd (pid 5324 5323 5322 5321 5320 5319 5318 5317 5316 5313) is running...
    [root@plesk init.d]#
    again, several httpd proceses are started :( what should I do ? I really need your help
     
  2. aernative

    aernative Guest

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    I think this is quite normal, apache normally pools a number of threads for its use.

    I think maybey you are looking in the wrong place.
     
  3. zukk

    zukk Guest

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    How come the other day it was a single process and my website worked just fine and now it's all screwed up
     
  4. Highland

    Highland Guest

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    If you just launched your server it's quite possible that you only had one process. Normal production servers have multiple processes going, however.

    Check your error logs and see if there's a problem with your domain config.
     
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