Need help understanding log

Discussion in 'General' started by optize, Jan 30, 2013.

  1. optize

    optize New Member

    Can you help me figure out what exactly this means?

    2013-01-30 04:04:50.082 [INFO] [46.165.195.x:35494-0#APVH_domain.com] Connection idle time: 121 while in state: 5 watching for event: 25,close!
    2013-01-30 04:04:50.082 [NOTICE] [46.165.195.x:35494-0#APVH_domain.com] Content len: 0, Request line: 'GET / HTTP/1.1'
    2013-01-30 04:04:50.082 [INFO] [46.165.195.x:35494-0#APVH_domain.com] HttpExtConnector state: 8, request body sent: 0, response body size: 0, response body sent:0, left in buffer: 0, attempts: 0.
    2013-01-30 04:04:50.082 [INFO] [46.165.195.x:35494-0#APVH_domain.com] Lsapi connection state: 2, watching event: 25, respState: 1, m_iTotalPending:0, m_iPacketLeft:0, m_iCurRespHeader:0, req sent for 121 seconds,Total processing time: 121.
    2013-01-30 04:04:50.082 [INFO] [46.165.195.xx:35494-0#APVH_domain.com] File not found [/home/username/domain.com/500.shtml]
    2013-01-30 04:04:50.448 [INFO] [95.211.217.x:56735-0#APVH_domain.com] Connection idle time: 121 while in state: 5 watching for event: 25,close!
    2013-01-30 04:04:50.448 [NOTICE] [95.211.217.xx:56735-0#APVH_domain.com] Content len: 0, Request line: 'GET / HTTP/1.1'
    2013-01-30 04:04:50.448 [INFO] [95.211.217.xx:56735-0#APVH_domain.com] HttpExtConnector state: 8, request body sent: 0, response body size: 0, response body sent:0, left in buffer: 0, attempts: 0.
    2013-01-30 04:04:50.448 [INFO] [95.211.217.xx:56735-0#APVH_domain.com] Lsapi connection state: 2, watching event: 25, respState: 1, m_iTotalPending:0, m_iPacketLeft:0, m_iCurRespHeader:8, req sent for 121 seconds,Total processing time: 121.
    2013-01-30 04:04:50.448 [INFO] [95.211.217.xx:56735-0#APVH_domain.com] File not found [/home/username/domain.com/500.shtml]
  2. webizen

    webizen New Member

  3. optize

    optize New Member

  4. webizen

    webizen New Member

    it depends. if your external app (php) takes a longer time to finish, you need to increase it (say 300) to avoid timeout.

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