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giro why don't you lighten up once in awhile?...
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- 10-15-2004 #11
why don't you lighten up once in awhile?
- 10-16-2004 #12
hey yall, chill out, Giro is just saying that you should be respectful of the fact that the creator of this thread had a question, its fine to have light hearted fun, its just kinda a post hijack.
To address the question, basicaly you would need to restart the httpd dameon as giro said, but since the machine should stay up, it would only be a matter of a few seconds (if even) that the server would not respond to http request. (I'm assuming that if you are hosting several sites, your box is powerful enough to have a short startup time for the apache server)
- 10-16-2004 #13Originally Posted by qub333
- 10-16-2004 #14Originally Posted by GiroRegistered Linux user #270181
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- 10-17-2004 #15
Again, grumpy vs no grumpy vs stoned out of his mind, please keep this thread to the question at hand.
I realized this not long after i made my post, what exactly are the problems that you are having with your sites? Linux + Apache generaly run into a miniscule amount of uptime errors (ie, something failing simply because it was working for a long time) there is almost always a definative reason. can you describe the problem? we can probably help you patch it to where the server wont need to be restarted for something that might just be a max_connection=5 or something simple like that.