LSWS and cPanel 11.25 disaster

Discussion in 'Apache Migration/Compatibility' started by ffeingol, Jan 15, 2010.

  1. ffeingol

    ffeingol New Member

    @DanEZPZ,

    What exactly are you getting hit hard with? A bit more details would help.
  2. DanEZPZ

    DanEZPZ New Member

    Litespeed restarts about every 10 minutes, sometimes it doesn't start up at all and needs to be done manually.

    Also getting the following in the LSWS admin:

    WARN /usr/local/apache/conf/httpd.conf:127: Directive 'TypesConfig' is not allowed in current context.

    And the following in the stat_log

    2010-01-23 09:30:15.493 [INFO] Stop listener 216.18.215.70:2080.
    2010-01-23 09:30:15.493 [INFO] Stop listener 216.18.215.70:2443.
    2010-01-23 09:30:15.493 [INFO] Stop listener *:7080.
    2010-01-23 09:30:15.493 [NOTICE] [Child: 19742] Shut down successfully!
    2010-01-23 09:30:15.503 [NOTICE] [AutoRestarter] cleanup children processes and unix sockets belong to process 19742 !
    2010-01-23 09:30:15.603 [NOTICE] [AutoRestarter] child process with pid=19742 exited with status=0!
    2010-01-23 09:30:15.603 [NOTICE] [PID:19740] Server Stopped!
    [Sat Jan 23 09:30:15 2010] [alert] Child 19763 returned a Fatal error... Apache is exiting!
    2010-01-23 09:30:16.102 [NOTICE] [AutoUpdate] Checking for new releases...
    2010-01-23 09:30:16.115 [INFO] [AutoUpdate] No new update.
    [Sat Jan 23 09:30:16 2010] [emerg] (22)Invalid argument: couldn't release the accept mutex[2010-01-23 09:30:22 -0800] safeapacherestart exited with value 1
  3. ffeingol

    ffeingol New Member

    Are you still running Apache and if so, why?
  4. DanEZPZ

    DanEZPZ New Member

    Strange, the admin panel was saying Apache wasn't running but after logging in via SSH I can see it is.

    I've stopped it and will see if this solves the problem. Thanks ffeingol.
  5. ffeingol

    ffeingol New Member

    You may want to go to the LSWS plugin in WHM and make sure you are set for LSWS. If not, the next time things restart it will start Apache again. It's the combo of LSWS + Apache that appears to be causing the cPanel restart issues.

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