I have a VPS with following features: Dual Xeon, 512MB Ram (up to 1GB), CentOS. Unfortunately MySQL is frequently down, about once per day, and it takes time to set up again. to change mysql config to resolve this issue?
I have a VPS with 2GB RAM. The load is always around 0.5 - 0.7. It's Xen VPS, and I see the VPS doesn't use swap yet. However, Apache is going down frequently. Might be 3-4 times per day, and DA informs me about the downtime when trying to restart Apache. In apache error_log, I haven't seen any special error. Just few lines like this Quote:
[Thu Dec 25 21:53:03 2008] [warn] RSA server certificate CommonName (CN) `localhost' does NOT match server name!? [Thu Dec 25 21:53:03 2008] [warn] RSA server certificate CommonName (CN) `localhost' does NOT match server name!? [Thu Dec 25 21:53:03 2008] [notice] suEXEC mechanism enabled (wrapper: /usr/sbin/suexec) [Thu Dec 25 21:53:04 2008] [warn] RSA server certificate CommonName (CN) `localhost' does NOT match server name!? [Thu Dec 25 21:53:04 2008] [warn] RSA server certificate CommonName (CN) `localhost' does NOT match server name!? [Thu Dec 25 21:53:04 2008] [notice] Apache/2.2.11 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.2.11 OpenSSL/0.9.8b DAV/2 PHP/5.2.8 configured -- resuming normal operations
I wonder why Apache is going down frequently, and how to fix it?
I have a cpanel server with 2GB of ram. For the last two weeks , we are experiencing problems with apache in the server. Apache goes down frequently in the server and we had to manually restart the service everytime. chkservd do nothing for a restart. I had recompiled apache using easyapache script.
Strangely i can see some entries like the following in apache error logs
host: isc_socket_create: not enough free resources
I compiled it one more time but the errors still exist.
This is the Strange problem i face. my blog goes down while the server is up, comes back automatically after some time.
I can access the Cpanel without a problem, can anyone tell whats wrong?
C:Documents and SettingsGaurish>ping [url] Ping request could not find host [url] Please check the name d try again.
C:Documents and SettingsGaurish>ping [url] [url][126.96.36.199] with 32 bytes of data:
Reply from 188.8.131.52: bytes=32 time=495ms TTL=50 Reply from 184.108.40.206: bytes=32 time=468ms TTL=50 Reply from 220.127.116.11: bytes=32 time=500ms TTL=50 Reply from 18.104.22.168: bytes=32 time=515ms TTL=50
Ping statistics for 22.214.171.124: Packets: Sent = 4, Received = 4, Lost = 0 (0% loss), Approximate round trip times in milli-seconds: Minimum = 468ms, Maximum = 515ms, Average = 494ms During this i don't change any setting, so less chance misconfiguration
I've been running 3 Xen servers for the last few months in a production environment, and facing a strange problem with one of them.
Server 1 and 2 run a couple of DomU's and are running just fine.
Server 3 runs one DomU and takes care of all the backups for the DomU's of Server 1 and 2 The DomU on Server 3 is crashing every night, right when the backups are being made. DomU becomes inaccessible, but keeps appearing at xm list with state ------
When I try to connect to the console it wont let me connect. The only way to get the DomU back up is by using xm destroy and xm create again.
For the back-up I use NFS where the DomU on Server 3 is the host, and the other DomU's of Server 1 and 2 connect to it through an internal bridge.
Below you'll find some information about Server 3:
Hardware: HP ProLiant DL380 G5 10Gb Memory ( 8 x 146G SAS10k in RAID 5 )
this is getting out of control. I have a dedicated server that is "unmanaged" meaning, I manage it
I typically can make my way around a server and do most things - but in this case I'm stuck. I host a number of websites on this box and have went over a year with little problems. The past month or so it seems as though the server crashes daily or every other day. It will be running just fine, then all of a sudden the processes and loads will go out of control until the server is just unusable.
What do I need to provide here for you to be of any help to me? I watch the processes using "top -ci" and it's typically small output - but when it's getting ready to crash it's like a ton of processes get backed up and continue running.
Many a times websites hosted on my Red Hat Linux server would not open even though Apache and everthing else is up and running. When i hit reload on browser 4-5 times the website would load or i have to restart Apache and everything starts working normally.
Today when this problem resurfaced i did not restart Apache and looked for in apache logs and saw this strange entry in apache Error Log;
[client my.ip.xx.xx] script '/my/website/httproot/mdqt.php' not found or unable to stat
The above was in apache Error Log, above is my ip address, and i never requested a file named mdqt.php, in fact no file by the name mdqt.php even exist on my entire server.
I then looked for mdqt.php in error logs and saw several requests made for this file and from various IP addresses.
Code: Kernel Version2.6.18-4-686 (SMP) Distro Name Debian 4.0 Model Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 2.40GHz I've installed the default apache 2, mysql, php using aptitude.
The server load is not at all high, around 1-1.5 max. The apache processes running are at an avg 60-80. It has 1GB ram and Disk Swap usage is 0kB
My server keeps rebooting every now and then. These are the messages I get in the ssh session just before the reboot..
Code: Message from syslogd@xxx at xxx kernel: Bad page state in process 'apache2' kernel: page:c17bc0a0 flags:0xc0000000 mapping:00800040 mapcount:0 count:0 kernel: Trying to fix it up, but a reboot is needed kernel: Backtrace:
ive just setup and installed Awstats on my server, its working great but i have one question id like to find a solution to.
i run a 'mobile' community site thats accessible on mobile phones, but for some reason awstats seems to think the browser called UP.browser (which alot of phones use) is a bot and therefore is not displaying it in the main results. does anyone know how to change this.
I have tried to manually setup awstats on a website in Windows 2008 with IIS 7. The problem here is that I have to create two conf files for each website, one named awstats.sitename.conf and the other awstats.www.sitename.conf. If I don't do so, then awstats does not work on either www.sitename.com or sitename.com. I cannot update the stats or view it from the browser. I have a few Hosting controller servers in which awstats is used and I compared the conf file with them and there is no difference. I wonder what could be the issue.
Not sure if this is the right forum; please go ahead and move if necessary.
I host a Google Earth file, and in awstats, GE shows up as an unknown browser. For that reason, it's pretty impossible to get more-or-less accurate statistics for what version of GE people are using by looking at the analysis in awstats. Example output:
In Webalizer, it does show you the top 55 Agents, and does manage to show some GE agents there, but it's not very pretty nor is it complete. Example output:
Top 15 of 236 Total User Agents # Hits User Agent 1 120168 34.41% GoogleEarth/4.2.0205.5730(Windows;Microsoft Windows XP (Servi 2 37391 10.71% GoogleEarth/4.2.0198.2451(Windows;Microsoft Windows XP (Servi 3 32127 9.20% GoogleEarth/4.2.0205.5730(Windows;Microsoft Windows Vista (Se 4 28562 8.18% GoogleEarth/4.3.7191.6508(Windows;Microsoft Windows XP (Servi 5 13101 3.75% GoogleEarth/4.3.7191.6508(Windows;Microsoft Windows Vista (Se 6 8649 2.48% kh_lt/LT4.0.2737
My question is, is there a plugin for awstats that'll give me better results for my stats? Or any other solutions that people want to suggest? I'd like something easy to install or set-up, please don't suggest I run any funky cron-jobs or something.
We run about 100 sites across our cluster, and we want to be able to view a more detailed report of what's going on across the network. We already have an aggregate AWStats view which shows overall network info...
What we were hoping for was a way to generate a table of each site, the core info for each site (ie: uniques, visitors, pages, hits, traffic) and then to click on the name of the site to go to the actual AWStats reporting page.
The thing is, I've SEEN this tool somewhere... but just can't remember where, and mutliple searches turned up empty.
I'm running Plesk 9.2.2 & using the supplied AWStats install. Where will I find the configuration that dictates when AWStats will be updated? It's currently updating at 3.36am daily, & I'd like to set it to hourly. Can't find anything in the root or psaadm crontabs & not sure where else to look.
how to install Awstats on IIS7? I tried to configure it and it got setup successfully, however, when I view the stats or update the stats, only the Not viewed traffic gets updated. There is no update in the viewed traffic. I browsed the website from separate locations and then updated the stats, but still the stats show not viewed traffic. I have only static html files and some flash and images on the website.
I'm not 100% sure where to ask this, so feel free to move it to a more appropriate place if necessary.
At present, my webhost provides me with some statistics about my website through "AWStats". The problem I have is that if I don't update the 'stats' everyday, then I lose that day's records and I have a gap in my statistics.
is there a way I can automate the updating of the AWStats?