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Skip passenger instance stop on apache2 reload

When apache reloads cofig files all instances of passenger are stopped and must be spawned again, it creates a problem, because spawn of rails application isn't fast process. Is there any workaround ...
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Server restart cause

since few week I'm observing a strange behaviour of my linux box. It randomly restarts without any evident cause. messages, syslog and dmesg do not point to any direction. Looking at bios (dmidecode) ...
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HAProxy graceful reload with zero packet loss

I'm running an HAProxy load balancing server to balance load to multiple Apache servers. I need to reload HAProxy at any given time in order to change the load balancing algorithm. This all works ...
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Nginx issues with freshly overwritten images

I have this problem: I read directly (as static content) an image from https://whatever.com/static/image.png . The image is displayed properly. I overwrite this file with another one and I try ...
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Applying new configuration settings to Nginx without downtime?

What is the best way to apply config changes to Nginx without users experiencing errors (requests being denied or exited)? I have scoured the interwebs and no place can give a definitive answer to ...
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Check apache modwsgi reload is working correctly

I deployed a application a while ago and it is currently in production. I learned about and attempted to set up code reloading. I read and followed the documentation. and now I'm looking for a way to ...
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PHP5-FPM reload from web browser: Internal server error 500

I am creating a free shared hosting service for fun and learning. I made a simple form where the user enters the subdomain and ftp password. When the user hits submit, a script generates a linux user, ...
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Pause Nagios reloading in web interface

Is there any option how could I turn off reloading of web page in Nagios web interface? Many times I checked many services and I needed the webpage to stay static and don't reload. One solution come ...
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Reloading php-fpm and apache without interrupting current requests/scripts

I got Apache 2.4 with mod_proxy_fastcgi, PHP 5.4 with PHP-fpm installed and i've separated every site with a pool. I got a page that posts info to a php application that runs a script on the ...
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How can I get my service dependencies to be parsed without restarting the server?

We had a service set up with HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\servicename\DependOnService of other services set to this one service. When I would shut down the one service, all ...
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How to dynamically reload nginx config

I'm currently trying to setup Nginx for a domain with production, testing and development stages. Each comes with it's own partial Nginx config file with rewrites. The production and testing stages ...
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Manually reload Webbapplication without Tomcat Manager possible?

I want to reload (or restart) one specific web application on an Apache Tomcat (6 or 7) server without Tomcat Manager or the automatic Reloadable attribute. Using the manager would give again another ...
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Logrotate httpd (apache) logs - Possible without reloading httpd after log purge?

Lets start with a small dump: /var/log/httpd/*log { compress missingok notifempty sharedscripts delaycompress postrotate /sbin/service httpd reload > /dev/null ...
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apache mod_proxy, page reload and sessions

I use the apache "mod_proxy" to forward all requests to the glassfish server. The relevant apache config is: # proxy to glassfish app ProxyRequests Off ProxyPreserveHost On <Proxy *> ...
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Difference between Apache reload and force-reload

I've seen plenty on how reload gracefully allows HTTP sessions to finish (as opposed to restart). So what's the difference between service apache2 reload and service apache2 force-reload Thanks ...
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Haproxy graceful reload

I was looking for a solution for graceful reload of haproxy. I have a nginx server running which passes requests to Haproxy and at times I reload the Haproxy configuration. But I am observing that at ...
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Can Tomcat reload its SSL certificate without being restarted?

I have a background process that can update the keystore Tomcat uses for its SSL credentials. I would like to be able to have Tomcat reload this automatically without needing a manual restart. Is ...
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Invalidate all sessions at application reload

is there a way that tomcat 7 invalidates all sessions of an application when it is reloaded manually via the management interface? All the best, Thomas
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Apache2 reload: missing warning message

I try to write a simple php webpage, which lets me reload apach2 config with a single click in the browser. I know, it's a security risk, but I still need it : ) I was able to do so, with a ...
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IIS seems to send email twice

we have a request page in our website that send email to confirm the request. It seem that whenever this page is accessed, some (not all of them) are sent more than once at different time, sometime ...
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How to change default behaviour of IE7 when it can't connect to an internal web server?

We have a series of touch screen workstations located on our production floor. The interface is locked down so that IE7 is the only application running in the foreground, like a kiosk. The problem we ...
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Prevent MSIE 8 from reloading PAC file

How do I prevent Internet Explorer from reloading the PAC file? I need to stop IE8 from reloading the PAC file on every request the browser makes. I only require it to load once per session.
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Side effects of an Apache2 Reload event

I was wondering what effect external clients would see on a fairly busy site if the apache2 server was reconfigured and then an /etc/init.d/apache2 reload command was issued? I know in theory current ...