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hi all
i'm working on iPlanet6 and i run couple of webserver instances on different ports.
the problem is after sometime the webserver seems stop responding. i see the log continuously via,
tail -f logs/errors but in there, there is nothing that i get in terms of errors.
i tried vmstat, prmap etc to see if it is hogging in terms of memory or what but nothing helped.
the only way for me is to restart the webserver to make it work again.
do anybody know what the problem is?
thanks
maulin
 
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Originally posted by Maulin Vasavada:
hi all
i'm working on iPlanet6 and i run couple of webserver instances on different ports.
the problem is after sometime the webserver seems stop responding. i see the log continuously via,
tail -f logs/errors but in there, there is nothing that i get in terms of errors.
i tried vmstat, prmap etc to see if it is hogging in terms of memory or what but nothing helped.
the only way for me is to restart the webserver to make it work again.
do anybody know what the problem is?
thanks
maulin

 
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Originally posted by Maulin Vasavada:
hi all
i'm working on iPlanet6 and i run couple of webserver instances on different ports.
the problem is after sometime the webserver seems stop responding. i see the log continuously via,
tail -f logs/errors but in there, there is nothing that i get in terms of errors.
i tried vmstat, prmap etc to see if it is hogging in terms of memory or what but nothing helped.
the only way for me is to restart the webserver to make it work again.
do anybody know what the problem is?
thanks
maulin


Hello Maulin,
I have been facing a similar problem, after restarting my web server (iPlanet 6.0 SP2), stops responding after sometime.
The process is running OK.
Do you have any idea why this happens?
What is the solution to the above problem?
Thanks in anticipation.
Regards
Rajesh
 
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Hi Rajesh
I didn't find any solution to this.
Regards
Maulin
 
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