I would like upgrading to apache2.X and PHP5.x I have some question about that, can I find details how can I make upgrade without any problem, in cpanel (aptche upgrade ) what modules can I check it befor upgrading I don't know what need to check ?? is my sites working well without problem after upgrading?
I have a client who is currently running their own linux machine and has php4 installed (mad I know ) Anyways, I have been asked to make some scripts for them, however I am wanting to use php5 rather than php4 as that is what I am accustomed to not to mention it's still got support for it. Does anyone know of any good online resources on how to upgrade to php5? or better still, how to install php5 and run both 4 and 5 on the same server (using Apache)
I just ran a simple yum update php on the server, because I need to be running 5.2 instead of 5.1.6
The update went smoothly, so I restarted httpd, and all hell broke loose. Apache can't start because of a whole lot of missing modules. So I commented out every single LoadModule line to see if that would get it to start, and it started complaining about the configuration file of some other software being incorrect (because that configuration file pointed to some module that no longer exists)
At one point I was able to get apache to start, I believe by copying my old configuration file to httpd.conf and then commenting out some lines that it was complaining about. Apache started, but no pages were loading.
So right now, basically, I've got no web service running at all on the server. I really didn't expect all of these problems for a simple PHP update, but obviously I was mistaken.
Is it worth trying to fix this myself (intermediate linux user here) or would it just be easier to hire someone to come in and do it for me?
Usually our website traffic is about 50 MB/day in our dedicated server. From these past 2 days it's consuming 5 GB/day and Apache2 opens so many processes/connections that our router can't handle and turns our WAN/LAN extremely SLOW!
If the reboot the server, it calms down but soon the apache2 starts again to open the connection (+1000).
Ive had this problem numerous times (website failed to connect error) before and the web management team tell me that apache2 needs to be restarted, seeing as they are not replying to my emails im gona try and do it myself.
I have a problem. When MSN Search robot looks through my VPS, the machine is going "asleep", e.g. Apache2 (Port 80) doesn't answer at all. Here is the last falling:
Code: 23:14:15 up 4 days, 9:06, 5 users, load average: 37.18, 31.25, 27.46 I hardly ever can enter 'pkill apache2' to kill Apache2 processes. Here is my Apache2 configuration (timeouts, prefork, e.g.):
Code: Timeout 30 KeepAlive On MaxKeepAliveRequests 20 KeepAliveTimeout 5
I just wondered if anyone can help me out with an Apache problem. I currently run Debian 3.1 (on 10 GB space and 256 MB of RAM) with Apache 2.0.59 installed through apt-get.
Apache runs with 10 child processes running simultaneously to handle multiple requests at once. I have set up Apache to use virtual hosts for every single account since they are hosted on their own domains/subdomains.
I put in a crontab to restart Apache every 15 minutes. The reason being is because after a while, Apache will start lagging to display web pages. When it's restarted, it works just fine and fast. After roughly 10 minutes now, it will take roughly a minute for the request to finally send the data back to the browser. It's not the web page that causes it, it's Apache or some factor effecting it's performance.
Does anyone know what the cause may be or how to fix it? Personally, I think it might be a memory issue.
But when i tried to start apache i got an error message saying that libphp5.so is corrupted or something.. (garbled - perhaps this is not an Apache module DSO?)
Now i just want to retore php4 working as it was !
i did apt-get remove php5 libapache2-mod-php5 php5-gd php5-mysql and apt-get install php4 libapache2-mod-php4 php4-gd php4-mysql
but i can't find the php4.conf and php4.load on the /modules-enabled or /modules-available
tried to write those files manualy as php4.so exists with other libs.
apache does not load php
host:/etc/init.d# apt-get install php4 php4-mysql php4-cli libapache2-mod-php4 Lecture des listes de paquets... Fait Construction de l'arbre des dépendances... Fait Paquets suggérés : php-pear php4-pear Les NOUVEAUX paquets suivants seront installés : libapache2-mod-php4 php4 php4-cli php4-mysql 0 mis à jour, 4 nouvellement installés, 0 à enlever et 275 non mis à jour. Il est nécessaire de prendre 0o/3258ko dans les archives. Après dépaquetage, 6517ko d'espace disque supplémentaires seront utilisés. Sélection du paquet libapache2-mod-php4 précédemment désélectionné. (Lecture de la base de données... 35624 fichiers et répertoires déjà installés.) Dépaquetage de libapache2-mod-php4 (à partir de .../libapache2-mod-php4_6%3a4.4.7-0.dotdeb.0_i386.deb) ... Sélection du paquet php4 précédemment désélectionné. Dépaquetage de php4 (à partir de .../php4_6%3a4.4.7-0.dotdeb.0_all.deb) ... Sélection du paquet php4-cli précédemment désélectionné. Dépaquetage de php4-cli (à partir de .../php4-cli_6%3a4.4.7-0.dotdeb.0_i386.deb) ... Sélection du paquet php4-mysql précédemment désélectionné. Dépaquetage de php4-mysql (à partir de .../php4-mysql_6%3a4.4.7-0.dotdeb.0_i386.deb) ... Paramétrage de libapache2-mod-php4 (4.4.7-0.dotdeb.0) ...
Paramétrage de php4 (4.4.7-0.dotdeb.0) ...
Paramétrage de php4-cli (4.4.7-0.dotdeb.0) ...
Paramétrage de php4-mysql (4.4.7-0.dotdeb.0) ...
host:/etc/init.d# /etc/init.d/apache2 force-reload Forcing reload of web server (apache2)...apache2: Syntax error on line 116 of /etc/apache2/apache2.conf: Syntax error on line 1 of /etc/apache2/mods-enabled/php4.load: API module structure `php4_module' in file /usr/lib/apache2/modules/libphp4.so is garbled - perhaps this is not an Apache module DSO?
I'm running Apache 2.0.54 on my server and just recently Apache has been giving me problems that I haven't been able to fix permanently. In my error log, Apache marks down "[error] (88)Socket operation on non-socket: apr_accept: (client socket)" roughly 3 to 4 times a second and then turns off. In SSH, I send a restart command and it tells me it's still running but then it says when I restart it again that it wasn't running.
My main concern is fixing Apache from showing this error and from crashing so much. I did some research and through inconclusive evidence, it seems like a crontab error (ironically Apache doesn't use any cron jobs I can see).
On my webserver I host about 10 websites. I want to set up a subdomain of webmail.domain that works for all the domains but goes to the same squirrelmail install. Is there an easy way to do this or do I need to add code for each domain?
Does anyone know who provides fully managed VPS that supports Apache2? I am currently hosting with LiquidWeb and I am happy with their service. However, they only support Apache 1.3 on their managed VPS.
I've had two (or three) versions installed on my Fedora linux server. It seems I've had something installed when I just rented server, after that I've tried to upgrade by building PHP from source.
PHP, installed with yum (before upgrading) had 5.1.6 version. When I ran phpinfo(), browser displayed this version. But when I ran "php -v" in command line, it displayed 5.2.5 version.
I've got this error when server booted up:
[20-Nov-2007 03:27:30] PHP Warning: PHP Startup: json: Unable to initialize module Module compiled with module API=20060613, debug=0, thread-safety=0 PHP compiled with module API=20050922, debug=0, thread-safety=0 These options need to match in Unknown on line 0
So, I've removed old version(s):
rpm -qa | grep php rpm -e *package*
yum remove php
Then I've downloaded latest version of PHP 5.2.5 and installed it. I've copied configuration list that yum uses for older version:
Im running a windows 2003 web edition server with apache 2.2.4 installed and a ported module; mod_dosEvasive, my server is vurnable for some sort of single machine dos attack. Not only my own server is vurnable but basically ANY apache 2.2.4 win32 server, even without additional modules (lik php) installed ( i checked by installing apache2 on 4 machines, all vurnable)
The tool used to attack apache is described here: [url]
When attacked by the specific syn flood attack apache2 becomes useless and doesnt send any responses out anymore. When the attacker stops sending this flood Apache starts responding again.
how to secure a windows apache server against such an attack?
We are using Apache 2.2 prefork on Debian GNU/Linux.
Sometimes it happen to us that we have really lot of apache processes (slots) in state "sending reply". This is not freed for several hours. Server status looks like:
The question is how it is possible that some apache process can be locked to one client for several hours. Other clients are being served by free slots, however what if we will have used all the slots and not freed them?