Connection reset by peer

Discussion in 'General' started by IanD, Mar 18, 2012.

  1. IanD

    IanD New Member

    Hi,

    I'm getting a lot of these in my log files:

    2012-03-18 15:01:46.919 [INFO] [removed:34994-0#APVH_removed] connection to [/tmp/lshttpd/lsphp5.sock.461] on request #195, confirmed, 0, associated process: 21531, running: 1, error: Connection reset by peer!
    2012-03-18 15:01:46.921 [INFO] [removed:12518-0#APVH_removed] connection to [/tmp/lshttpd/lsphp5.sock.461] on request #192, confirmed, 0, associated process: 21531, running: 1, error: Connection reset by peer!
    2012-03-18 15:01:46.927 [INFO] [removed:50220-0#APVH_removed] connection to [/tmp/lshttpd/lsphp5.sock.461] on request #144, confirmed, 0, associated process: 21531, running: 1, error: Connection reset by peer!
    2012-03-18 15:01:46.932 [INFO] [removed:40625-0#APVH_removed] connection to [/tmp/lshttpd/lsphp5.sock.461] on request #21, confirmed, 0, associated process: 21531, running: 1, error: Connection reset by peer!
    2012-03-18 15:01:46.938 [INFO] [removed:64243-0#APVH_removed] connection to [/tmp/lshttpd/lsphp5.sock.461] on request #18, confirmed, 0, associated process: 21531, running: 1, error: Connection reset by peer!
    2012-03-18 15:01:47.543 [INFO] [removed:2382-0#APVH_removed] connection to [/tmp/lshttpd/lsphp5.sock.461] on request #2, confirmed, 0, associated process: 21531, running: 1, error: Connection reset by peer!

    What's the best way to debug this? Is there a guide somewhere?

    I believe you can look at the PHP process somehow but I can't find the instructions now.

    Many thanks,

    Ian
  2. webizen

    webizen New Member

  3. IanD

    IanD New Member

    Thanks - I've seen random blank pages but didn't realise this is the problem. Never the same script every time.

    I'll enable core dump for PHP - where would this be stored?
  4. webizen

    webizen New Member

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