I have a server that crash at random time intervals. Mostly it crashes in between 7 days. The console is just chowing a blank screen.
The specs of the system are:
Linux Distro: CentOS 4.5, kernel 2.6.9-55.0.6.ELsmp (tried multiple kernels).
Control Panel: cPanel 11.x
Hardware Info:Tyan server barebone - GT20 B5350G20S4H
dual processor intel xeon
4 GB Reg. DDR RAM
4 x 250 GB Western Digital WD2500JS-00 Hard Disks
ARECA-1110 4xSATAII PCI-X Raid controller.
I tried everything on the software part. Update the kernel, keep system software up to date. Nothing workerd.
The load is just normal and memory usage is only 1GB out of 4GB.
There are no entries in the log files witch are pointing to an error.
Everything is leading to an hardware issue. I suspect the raid controller or memory. The power supply is not an problem I think because the server consumes still power when it has a blank screen.
After a few minutes or after specific actions Plesk shows the login screen without obvious reason. For example when I am trying to modify a file online and try to save it for the second time it always shows the login screen.
Also, when I enter the credentials I can see that the previous session(s) remain open. I have configured the session idle time to 1000 minutes, although I do not remain idle for 300 min anyway.
yesterday I have installed CloudLinux on my Centos 6.6 server. Today only my site was not reach. I have contacted cloudlinux support but this problems does not depend from they. In my personal site I have also WHMCS. For this issue I try: [URL] Then: [URL] I changed size of buffering: [URL] And at the end this: [URL] After that I have the same problem only for one domain.
I recently needed to make some changes to the domain.conf file at the following path: /etc/nginx/plesk.conf.d/vhosts. When I try to edit the file it just has 3 lines at the top warning me that the changes made here would not persist, while other domain confs have full configs inside.
I am positive that the domain in question is set to use nginx, double checked this, so what gives? Why is the file blank?
For one of my new websites, I need to have the ability to record a video. The basic idea will be that a COD4 player uploads a demo file, which isn't a video file at all. Just a file with actions in the game which the engine then represents. So the user uploads the demo file, and then this is transferred to a server, where the game loads up and then records the demo. Does anyone know any software which has a API of some sort which I can use to control how long to record.
Maybe a hardware screen recorder would be better suited, but which provider would offer this?
Should I be running linux or windows? Windows has more games written for it so I was thinking that but I'm honestly not sure.
So, let me start off by saying I am completely new to website and FTP server hosting. I've hosted game servers in the past so I know about port forwarding and the like but this is obviously a step-up. I've managed to get a fully-functioning FTP server that works great on the domain I'm using but the website using Apache just gives people a blank white screen (as stated in the description). I'm using port 55567 for the website as I don't know want to use 80 because of security risks and what not. The domain being used is delawaretexasrepository.t28.net. Below are the error.log, httpd.conf and httpd-vhosts.conf.