On 10/31/07, Anurag <anurag(a)gnuer.org> wrote:
Did you upgrade the LAMP server, or did you migrate
your app to the
said RHEL5 server?
Migrated the websites to RHEL 5. I simply took a backup, installed RHEL 5 and
restored the apps. Bar some config changes in httpd.conf (from apache
2.0 to 2.2), no other modification were done.
Looks like the PHP process is getting killed for some
reason. If the
LAMP configuration was in good shape, and was serving PHP apps before,
then have a look at apache log files for any symptoms.
This is the new LAMP stack, not even 30 days old. Will download the logs and
go through them.
A point to note is when we were doing a tail on the log file (access
and error is in one file;
we are using virtual hosts), the HTTP status code is 200 even for
files (images, CSS, JS) which are not loading on our terminals.
And just to be sure, make sure that the LAMP server
isnt dying. When harddisk makes friends with Mr. Murphy, daemons
behave strangely ;-)
Its a brand new Dell server bought in March. Nevertheless, when Mr Murphy is
involved... I'll take this up with the admins.
Rohit V. Bhute