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Many trial and errors later, I came up to a workaround, since I was not yet able to find the root cause of this. (I mean it seems to be random IP's targeting my server every 1-2 days). I've used the htpd server status page and then the atop utility to see what resources were hogged during the freeze and came to see it was the disk. So many trials later, I ...
Less than exciting - I reprovisioned to the EasyApache 4 "Basic" package, at which point things worked, and then back to the package I had been trying to use, and things started working.
Resolved by... rebooting the host machine, I don't know why but it started working after it.
It worked again after commenting that line in httpd.conf : # LoadModule unique_id_module libexec/mod_unique_id.so
If have write acces on the DNS for your example.com, add this SRV record: _http._tcp.www.example.com 86400 IN SRV 0 33 81 www.example.com Obviously, replace www.example.com by whatever your domain name is.
Yes, that is correct. From the look's of it you are trying to start the apache process manually since it's already running, probably as service. When you make configuration changes you should restart the apache service. Press start and R keys together, then type services.msc and hit enter. Locate and restart the apache service.
Understand it this way: One node (server) has one supervisor. Supervisor starts/stops workers. Worker is a process. Executors are threads in the worker process. One executor can run multiple tasks. A task is an instance of your spout or bolt. The number of executors is always less than or equal to the number of tasks. So now, it doesn't matter how many ...
In case you want to hide your web server's port using a VPN (openvpn) on the web server host In that case, you could configure a vpn server, e. g. openvpn, to listen on your host's ip, e. g. 192.168.1.1, port 1194 configure your web server to listen only to 192.168.1.1, port 4444 stop the port forwarding in your router which forwards traffic from the ...
Check in the windows firewall -> inbound rules -> file and printer sharing ( echo request - icmpv4-in) it should be set on enable
Exactly the same happened to me, I tried the following query and it worked: USE mysql; CHECK TABLE db; If it returns db is corrupt, then repair it using REPAIR TABLE db; CHECK TABLE db; You should get status as OK.
Not really. To start decoding a request, Apache first has to accept it. That's sufficient to determine that the server is up. The first solution that comes to mind is to run Apache on a non-standard port. HTTP is usually available on port 80 (HTTPS on 443 or 8080) and bots will knock on that port. Using something non-obvious (and preferably over 1000) will ...
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