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answered Statistics about php setups / What extensions are installed by default
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comment Apache Benchmark Keep-Alive
Mysterious. The next thing I would do would be to try to figure out what ab is waiting for. You can run ab inside strace, and figure if it's waiting for a particular bit of data to return. Or, if you want to know if this is just an ab-ism, you can see if a request with netcat produces the same behavior ( echo "<paste ab's request here>" | nc localhost 80 )..
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comment How to periodically remove all content from a file without deleting it
Just thought I'd mention that even though this may fix your problem, it does not empty the file, but rather leaves a newline char in the file.
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comment Weekly cron executing 2 times:
no you dont.. you can change the system's clock.. you can modify your cron job to execute in the next minute.. these might be helpful things to try anyway.
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comment Weekly cron executing 2 times:
the exec php call stores multiline output in an array.. Looks like you are just printing the first record of that array, so your output is truncated. Try using print_r. One last thing, how is it possible that apache is not logging? Have you turned it off?
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comment Weekly cron executing 2 times:
Is that the entire output of the ps command and the env command? Looks like you've truncated the output a bit. Is your 1:27 output really from apache? If so, I'd be looking at your apache access logs. Perhaps your mysterious cron job is executed from apache via a request from another machine.