[ubuntu-uk] OT: Debian apache2 problem
kirrus at kirrus.co.uk
Fri Sep 12 18:29:41 BST 2008
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Slightly off topic.. I'm working on a debian server, which is currently
hosting my blog: kirrus.co.uk
Unfortunately, something appears to be screwy with apache2 or something
- - connections aren't being closed, and are just backing up.
You can see this in action, if you visit the blog. Sometimes it just
doesn't hand you all the data, and firefox sits waiting for data from
Apache just spawns server processes, till the RAM runs out. Then the
kernel starts killing processes and it doesn't appear to kill the
logical choice of apache2.
I've tried pinging one of the other servers in the network, to see if
its obviously a network problem. Out of over 20,000 pings, only 4
weren't replied to. Is there any better way to check the network
Anyone have any other ideas of things to try?
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