2.0.6 & PHP
Hopefully you can help me with this problem. Our production server (E4500 running Solaris 8) for some intranet apps have been running an old pre-2.x lsws setup. The last few days it has been giving 503 pages constantly, and nothing short of a restart would fix it. I finally upgraded it to 2.0.6 to try and help. Now it's not 503'ing, but just about 24 hours (not exactly, but close) and PHP-based page just hangs for about 60+ seconds and then errors out. Any non-PHP page works fine. Once this starts happening a "pkill php" seems to fix the problem. I've tried disabling APC, and I've tried switching between my new copy of PHP 4.3.11 and my old 4.3.9. I'm not sure if the problem is PHP itself or lscgid. I can't truss them, however, since they're suid root.
Do you guys have any clue what's going on? My coworker is complaining at me to put Apache back on, but I really don't want to. Is it really a PHP problem?