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RE: Crashing TUX



No, I’m not logging any requests.

This is my configuration:

404_page=404.html

Dprintk=0

TDprintk=0

ack_pingpong=1

all_userspace=0

cgi_cpu_mask=-1

cgi_gid=1001

cgi_inherit_cpu=0

cgi_uid=1001

cgiroot=/home/web/public_html/

clientport=8000

compression=0

cpu_offset=0

default_vhost=default

defer_accept=1

documentroot=/home/web/public_html/

extra_html_header=

extra_html_header_size=0

ftp_log_retr_only=0

ftp_login_message=0

ftp_subdocroot=

ftp_virtual_server=0

ftp_wait_close=1

generate_cache_control=1

generate_etags=1

generate_last_mod=1

hide_unreadable=1

http_dir_indexing=0

http_subdocroot=

ignore_query=0

ip_logging=1

keepalive_timeout=30

log_incomplete=0

logentry_align_order=5

logfile=/var/log/tux

logging=0

mass_hosting_hash=0

max_backlog=2048

max_connect=10000

max_free_requests=1000

max_header_len=3000

max_keepalives=10000

max_object_size=0

max_output_bandwidth=0

mode_allowed=4

mode_forbidden=0

noid=0

push_all=0

redirect_logging=1

referer_logging=0

strip_host_tail=0

threads=2

virtual_server=0

zerocopy_header=1

zerocopy_parse=1

zerocopy_sendfile=1

 

Thanks in advance,

Nicolas Van Eenaeme


Van: tux-list-bounces redhat com [mailto:tux-list-bounces redhat com] Namens Alex Kramarov
Verzonden: zaterdag 22 oktober 2005 1:25
Aan: TUX discussion list
Onderwerp: RE: Crashing TUX

 

 Are you running with tux logging enabled ? If you do, then disable it, it has been known to crash servers.

 

-------Original Message-------

 

Date: 10/21/05 15:20:12

Subject: RE: Crashing TUX

 

Hi William,

 

Thanks for the reply. The only thing that is running on that machine is tux

(and apache as a RPC server). No cronjobs heavy cronjobs.

 

When the problem occurs I'll run that command you suggested.

 

Euhm, actually I'm running Debian 3.1, but I don't think that should be the

problem.

 

Thanks,

Nicolas Van Eenaeme

 

 

 

 

 


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