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Mar
2
comment PHP-FPM TCP connections not terminating in time
@Philip I ended up going back to TCP sockets and lowering the memory footprint and number of child processes a little. The server is much more stable now, but I still don't think the problem is fully solved.
Jan
23
comment PHP-FPM TCP connections not terminating in time
@MosheKatz It's happening even with Unix sockets :(
Jan
22
comment PHP-FPM TCP connections not terminating in time
@MosheKatz Thanks for clearing that up. I can go back to Unix sockets, but do you think that will address the underlying problem? i.e. the client is not closing connections in time sometimes and the number of open connections piles up ...
Jan
22
comment PHP-FPM TCP connections not terminating in time
@MosheKatz I was using Unix sockets initially, but I think a similar situation happened and I moved to TCP sockets because I read that was a more scalable solution.
Jan
22
comment PHP-FPM TCP connections not terminating in time
Right, I'm trying to narrow down why that's happening :) Any ideas on drilling down further and narrowing the problem? I think it's the APC store call that's taking too long and causing the client not to terminate in time.
Jul
17
comment Apache ModRewrite fail on one directory
OK but now you have logs :) Keep them at level 3 or 4 - should be more than sufficient. Paste the log and comment here if you can't figure it out.
Jul
17
comment apache fails to restart…happened out of the blue :/
You'll have to check your httpd.conf or vhost configuration file and see what's happening there - maybe a stray character somewhere? Use apachectl to parse your config files and see if they're OK.