FreeBSD 5.1-p10 reproducible crash with Apache2
ah at cryptobank.de
Mon Nov 3 11:23:07 PST 2003
No, my SSL is under very low use and cpu temperature is not the
problem. Benchmarks for CPU+RAM+Harddisk local and remote runs
fine for hours.
You (Doug White) wrote:
> On Mon, 3 Nov 2003, Paul Blazejowski wrote:
> > On Mon, 2003-11-03 at 09:54, Andy Hilker wrote:
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > maybe i have similar problems.
> > > The machine died once a day. After i have disabled SSL, all runs
> > > stable. But i am not sure yet, because my apache2 config has not
> > > the relevant "SSLMutex" and "SSLSessionCache".
> > > And i have changed RAM.
> > >
> > > Tomorrow i will enable SSL and see what happens. Next step is put
> > > in the possible corrupt RAM. But i have some hints, that Apache2/SSL
> > > is the matter.
> > I have 5.1-p8 box here at home running apache 2.0.48 and too experience
> > httpd hangs once a day.
> This could be temperature related -- SSL puts a lot more CPU load on than
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