robert at redcor.ch
Sat Apr 26 03:23:40 EDT 2008
I remeber a similar situation some times ago with a customer.
them one of the apache logs grew to a size of 2gig wich was the maximum
size apache can handle.
it just stoped to process any request.
deleting the log file was enough to have everything working
> A Zope server stopped responding to requests, with page requests just timing out, but fortunately (I thought) I had the debugger URL ready. However, when I loaded that I was amazed to see it load instantly, showing the usual 4 threads. I restarted Zope, and now the debugger shows only:
> Threads traceback dump at 2008-04-25 23:30:12
> End of dump
> In Unix, I see the usual two Zope processes. Their CPU usage is very low.
> 17633 ? S 0:184640842280 0.0 0.3 /usr/local/bin/python /www/Zope-2.7.3b2-0/lib/python/Zope/Startup/run.py -C /ww
> 17632 ? S 0:00 8192 3768 0.0 0.1 /usr/local/bin/python /www/Zope-2.7.3b2-0/lib/python/zdaemon/zdrun.py -S /www/Z
> The event log has nothing unusual, and ends with "Zope Ready to handle requests"
> What can I do?
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