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Apache restarting : “Graceful restart requested, doing restart”

On a remote host I have an Apache web server running, and I noticed it has been restarted this morning, as the error log shows : [Sun Feb 16 07:56:26 2014] [notice] Graceful restart requested, ...
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Are too many logfiles in the apachelog slowing down the server?

At my webserver, I have separate logfiles for all my over 250 domains. Is this showing the server down? Would it be faster to have only one logfile that contains all access-logs?
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I have a CentOS Based server. Each domain has its own entry in vhosts. How can I find out what domains are using up bandwidth?

I have a CentOS Based server. Each domain has its own entry in vhosts. Everything is logged in /var/log/httpd/access_log. How can I find out what domains are using up bandwidth? It is running ...
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How do I debug an Apache web server failing to load on windows?

On my dev environment I upgraded php with an msi, and my apache wouldn't load anymore. Where can I find information about the reason it failed? I have the error logs for each virtual server, but no ...
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Apache Tomcat can't create log file and falls

I try to start Apache Maven at Win7 x64 SP1. java version "1.7.0_09" Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.7.0_09-b05) Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 23.5-b02, mixed mode) Apache Tomcat ...
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access apache log files in centos

I've got clear centOS 5.x system, I've created an user and when I want do go into /var/log/httpd i get access denied. after typing ls -la i get the owner of httpd catalog is root. Can I change owner ...
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Missing access log for virtual host on Plesk

For some reason i don't understand, after creating a new virtual host / domain in Plesk a few months back, i cannot seem to find the access log. I noticed this when running ...
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apache - mod_rewrite + mod_proxy working in staging, not working in production ( [P] option ignored )

I have set up a redirect in my Apache virtual host serving several subdomains - call them a.example.com and b.example.com - serving a ruby on rails app. On my virtualhost config file I have this ...
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logrotate w/apache2 log files

I have apache setup to generate new log files everyday: CustomLog "|/usr/sbin/rotatelogs -f /var/log/apache2/access.log.%Y-%m-%d-%H_%M 86400" combined Then I'm trying to use logrotate to zip these ...
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Apache log file x-forwarded-for CSV manipulation

I'm logging x-forwarded-for with the %{X-FORWARDED-FOR}i formatter. However, there are times when the X-Forwarded-For header is getting CSV'd (based on a client's setup): X-Forwarded-For: ...
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Can't cd into my own directory?

On an EC2 instance I have changed Apache's log location to a different directory than the default. This is so that I can hold the logs on a (non-boot, only data) EBS. However, I can't cd into the ...
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Opening a 28GB Apache access log [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Text Editor for very big file - Windows What is the fastest way to open a 28GB apache access log file, I need to look at the most recent entries. OS is Windows Server ...
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https post message fail, where is server log?

I am receiving an error when sending a https post message to my server and I am looking to get more information. I am looking for ssl error log in apache but I cannot find it. I have looked in ...
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Debugging Apache on Debian, where are the error logs?

I'm using a Debian server that already has Apache, mod_wsgi and a bunch of virtual hosts successfully running on it. I installed my forum app (Django's OSQA) and following the OSQA instructions, I ...
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Rolling Apache2 log files

I'm using a Collabnet svn distribution on linux, and the log files are configured through the standard apache httpd.conf. It's been a while since I dealt directly with apache, but my memory and ...
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Is there a free security log analyzer for apache?

What I need is a forensic log analyzer tool for apache to do the after math of a successful abuse of service attack which took place 2-3 month in the past. We are running a shared hosting service and ...