freebsd at violetlan.net
Thu Aug 16 11:16:33 PDT 2007
Thanks for the reply
I'm having some mail problems as well, today is not my day.
I'll remove all the stuff you mentioned and change back to 4BSD
Will I have to recompile all the ports as well?
I don't think its a PF problem because I have used this rule set of mine
for a few years with no problems at all, but I'll recheck that just to
Now for the mail problem I'm having its got to do with postfix sending
mail from any ip address and not from the one that I want it to, but thats
a later problem and on another box, I first want to get this apache thing
On Thu, August 16, 2007 20:07, Jeremy Chadwick wrote:
> On Thu, Aug 16, 2007 at 07:28:24PM +0200, Reinhold wrote:
> Hello. First off, you sent mail to the list twice. I don't know why,
> but you did. Be patient. :-)
>> I am having some problems with apache22 on my box. What happens is,
>> when I'm viewing loads and loads of pages, apache will stop responding
>> untill I restart it again. This normally happens when the free memory
>> shown by top gets to about +- 100MB.
> I'm guessing that might be due to you using the ULE scheduler in your
> kernel. Try switching back to 4BSD and see if that fixes it.
>> I'm also getting this error when I do a gracful restart of apache
>> [Thu Aug 16 05:12:16 2007] [warn] (22)Invalid argument: Failed to enable
>> the 'httpready' Accept Filter [Thu Aug 16 05:12:16 2007] [warn]
>> (22)Invalid argument: Failed to enable
>> the 'httpready' Accept Filter
>> and in my /boot/loader.conf I have added accf_data_load="YES"
> Remove those. Here's why:
> The apache rc.d startup script automatically will load accf_http.ko.
> I also believe if that fails, Apache will try to load it. From my
> experiences kldload/kldunload with accf_* is not very friendly; I've seen
> where you can double-load the modules, and where you can't unload the
> modules despite nothing using them. If you have them built-in to your
> kernel, it gets even worse.
> AFAIK, using accf_data.ko isn't recommended. accf_http.ko on the other
> hand is OK. Try not loading accf_data.ko in addition to my above
> recommendation (re: 4BSD scheduler).
>> device pf device pflog device pfsync
> Finally, make sure your pf rules aren't doing anything stupid. If
> ultimately you think it's a problem with pf rules, unload the pf module
> and/or set pf_enable="no" in rc.conf and reboot. If the problem goes away
> after that, then you'll know.
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