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I've a strange problem with Apache. I migrated a few websites from one to another HW (and from Centos 5 to Centos 6), there are only PHP code and some databases.. Everything is ok and running, except for one site (VirtualHost).

Apache can't load static files (simple images). At server-status I see a lot of "Sending Reply" (W) statuses via GET with this files, apache run on 100% of cpu, load is really high.

I compared (I think) all config files on both server (looks ok), was founding filesystem errors (no errors) and was comparing md5sum on old and new server (it's ok too).

Do you have any idea what can be bad?

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paste some apache logs – B14D3 Dec 8 '11 at 8:36
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Have you looked at the access and error logs? I would do that first. I would also try disabling any .htaccess files used by that virtualhost. Could be some bad rules or php flags the new server doesn't like.

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Oh yes, there was an error with redirecting at .htaccess. But no relevant lines in error or acces or any others logs.. – stderr Dec 8 '11 at 9:46

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