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kevin
I see the other side is down again, :oops:
lucky when I cant sleep there is this one now. :stirer:

Posted 17 Jun 2010, 05:04 #1 

Last edited by kevin on 17 Jun 2010, 06:26, edited 1 time in total.

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Rammie
7.17 am and still down :confused:
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Brian

Posted 17 Jun 2010, 06:17 #2 


Mike
7.50am and still down...........................

Posted 17 Jun 2010, 06:50 #3 

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Rammie
Think this one had a slight blip too, or could I be wrong?
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Posted 17 Jun 2010, 06:52 #4 

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stevemac
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Posted 17 Jun 2010, 06:58 #5 


hbb
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Yertiz wrote:Think this one had a slight blip too, or could I be wrong?
Yes, it did - the same problem we had just after it went live & I thought I'd fixed it. However, I can live with a reboot once a week for a while longer till we move it to a new server. In the meantime I'll tweak the web server settings a little more which. That should extend the time between reboots & might even fix the problem completely :)

If anyone wants to know the techie details: It looks like there is a memory leak in one of the Apache modules. By lowering the maximum number of reuses per worker process, the workers are killed & restarted before they can cause the system to run out of memory & hence lock it up.
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Posted 17 Jun 2010, 07:03 #6 


kevin
hbb wrote:
Yertiz wrote:
If anyone wants to know the techie details: It looks like there is a memory leak in one of the Apache modules. By lowering the maximum number of reuses per worker process, the workers are killed & restarted before they can cause the system to run out of memory & hence lock it up.

Is this :spam: or was I unable to understand it. :confused: :roll:

Posted 17 Jun 2010, 07:10 #7 

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Rammie
kevin wrote:
hbb wrote:
Yertiz wrote:
If anyone wants to know the techie details: It looks like there is a memory leak in one of the Apache modules. By lowering the maximum number of reuses per worker process, the workers are killed & restarted before they can cause the system to run out of memory & hence lock it up.

Is this :spam: or was I unable to understand it. :confused: :roll:


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Nothing to do with me, it's all gobblydigook to me :window:
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Posted 17 Jun 2010, 07:19 #8 


hbb
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'Twas techspeak. If I don't post the "reasons why" someone will always ask so years ago I started pre-empting them. Feel free to ignore it :)
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Posted 17 Jun 2010, 07:23 #9 

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Rammie
hbb wrote:'Twas techspeak. If I don't post the "reasons why" someone will always ask so years ago I started pre-empting them. Feel free to ignore it :)


The trouble is, as I read it, it makes the quote appear to be from me :confused:

Anyway, with the problems on the other side it would be a good time to canvas for new members :lol: :lol:
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Posted 17 Jun 2010, 07:30 #10 


Messenger
Still down at 8:50, oh well I have work to do anyway! :)

Posted 17 Jun 2010, 07:49 #11 

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Dave
hbb wrote:If anyone wants to know the techie details: It looks like there is a memory leak in one of the Apache modules. By lowering the maximum number of reuses per worker process, the workers are killed & restarted before they can cause the system to run out of memory & hence lock it up.


I thought that was obvious...... :gmc:

Posted 17 Jun 2010, 09:36 #12 


hbb
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Yertiz wrote:The trouble is, as I read it, it makes the quote appear to be from me :confused:

I thought it was something I'd done but it wasn't :) It's easy enough to get quoting in a twist.

Yertiz wrote:Anyway, with the problems on the other side it would be a good time to canvas for new members :lol: :lol:

Oh dear. What a shame.
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Posted 17 Jun 2010, 10:54 #13 

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Mick
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Thanks Dave (hbb) a good dose of Techspeak in the morning just gives me brain ache.:D :D

We can't prevent anybody canvassing for new members from other forums. :panic: It's a free country and the internet is even more so. :thumbsup:


Obviously we can't condone it. :4: :gmc:

Posted 17 Jun 2010, 12:15 #14 

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Jürgen
hbb wrote:If anyone wants to know the techie details: It looks like there is a memory leak in one of the Apache modules. By lowering the maximum number of reuses per worker process, the workers are killed & restarted before they can cause the system to run out of memory & hence lock it up.


Thanks for sharing a few details, Dave. :thumbsup:
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Posted 17 Jun 2010, 16:41 #15 

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SpongeBob
For those that might have noticed, we had a momentary outage about 5 minutes ago resulting in your browser delivering an "internal server error" message. This was all my fault as I was playing with some core-level functions. Apologies for anyone affected :(

Posted 17 Jun 2010, 16:47 #16 

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Jürgen
Didn't notice here. :confused:
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Posted 17 Jun 2010, 16:50 #17 

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SpongeBob
Jürgen wrote:Didn't notice here. :confused:


That can only be a good thing that no-one noticed ;)

Posted 17 Jun 2010, 17:33 #18 

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Dave
SpongeBob wrote:
Jürgen wrote:Didn't notice here. :confused:


That can only be a good thing that no-one noticed ;)


Noticed what?

Posted 17 Jun 2010, 17:53 #19 

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Rammie
Yertiz wrote:Think this one had a slight blip too, or could I be wrong?


I noticed, do I get a prize?? :stirer:
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Posted 17 Jun 2010, 18:04 #20 


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