Further information regarding this Apache
Stops Parsing PHP.
I had previously thougt that once a
virtual domain was not functioning it would not function at all. But on a test using two computers I
proved that while site1 would try to dl the .php file on computerA site1 on
computerB would still be working.
I've resorted to isolating this new nonworking version of Apache onto a
seperate computer and restore the backup of the working RPM ver of Apache. I've compared the httpd.conf files and
made some adjustments so the nonworking server has the same info regarding min/max
clients threads/etc. This did not
appear to make any difference. I'm a newbie with this, but it feels as though a
single apache process just can't keep up and instead of parsing it, it just
sends the file. It had appeared
that Apache was able to recover from this byitself and start parsing again, but
now it appears that once all the apache processes fails they do not recover and
Apache has to be restarted.
[mailto:david <at> bizeweb.com]
Sent: Sunday, February 01, 2004 4:35 PM
To: users <at> httpd.apache.org
Subject: [users <at> httpd] Apache
Stops Parsing PHP
I've installed the latest ver of
both apache and php.
When I start Apache it works great
but eventually will stop parsing php files and Apache will send the .php file
as a download to the client.
I'm using virtual hosts, one other
hosts will keep working even though another will stop parsing the .php, in the
end however they all stop parsing.
To fix this I just need to stop
Apache and then start it again, every 5-10 minutes.
--prefix=/usr/local/apache --enable-so --enable-cgi
--with-kerberos --with-glibcc --with-xml
Thank you for any suggestions,