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member FooBarWidget commented May 29, 2014 From joniscoollulz on January 15, 2011 05:09:13 Sorry, I meant "reliably", not "really". Phusion B.V. This appears in the error log: [Sun Oct 28 06:25:13 2012] [notice] Apache/2.2.16 (Debian) mod_fcgid/2.3.6 Phusion_Passenger/3.0.17 mod_ssl/2.2.16 OpenSSL/0.9.8o configured -- resuming normal operations [ pid=27662 thr=3075176704 file=ext/apache2/HelperAgent.cpp:353 time=2012-10-28 06:25:13.650 ]: write() member FooBarWidget commented May 29, 2014 From aristedes.maniatis on December 06, 2010 18:18:35 For those of us in production environments not wanting to risk pulling a version in between two commits, this contact form

source share|improve this answer answered Aug 20 '13 at 17:40 Rodrigo Moya 112 Excelent, does this update also? Already have an account? If you look at passenger-memory-stats, do you see the PassengerHelperAgent and PassengerWatchdog? What do you see instead? https://github.com/phusion/passenger/issues/1561

Unexpected Error In Mod_passenger: Cannot Connect To The Passenger Core

member FooBarWidget commented May 29, 2014 From rainhead on November 02, 2010 14:57:36 I'm seeing this on Gentoo as well, Rails 2.3.5 and logrotate. member FooBarWidget commented May 29, 2014 From oded.cohen972 on September 01, 2013 15:44:04 Hi, I'm still having this issue although my passenger version is 4.0.14 )and my rails is 4.0.0). Running /etc/init.d/apache2 doesn't make Passenger not to work. Not the answer you're looking for?

  • And Passenger was working fine.
  • member FooBarWidget commented May 29, 2014 From honglilai on November 01, 2010 07:18:18 So you're saying that the socket file was there, but then magically disappears at random times?
  • Phusion B.V.
  • I see the same issue both with restart and reload. –Morgan H Mar 21 '12 at 18:43 I'm running Passenger 3.0.11 on CentOS as well, and that's the line

Gracefully shutting down... (send signal 2 more time(s) to force shutdown) [ 2015-07-13 10:46:02.8000 30077/6974b361f780 age/Hel/Main.cpp:876 ]: Received command to shutdown gracefully. If I try to stop nginx, the master process goes away, but the nginx worker processes remain. member FooBarWidget commented May 29, 2014 From honglilai on November 03, 2010 15:46:38 Can't reproduce the problem on MacOS X, neither with the default Apache nor with a custom-compiled one. Phusion B.V.

member FooBarWidget commented May 29, 2014 From honglilai on January 15, 2011 08:26:47 This shows that it's a system problem, not a Phusion Passenger problem. Restart Passenger Phusion B.V. Finally I changed the postrotate to 'apache2 restart' and ran '/usr/sbin/logrotate -f /etc/logrotate.d/apache2': Parsed lines in file: 0 Found 0 dropped records, Found 0 corrupted records, Found 0 old records, Found https://github.com/phusion/passenger/issues/668 This bug is very annoying.

Gracefully shutting down... (send signal 2 more time(s) to force shutdown) [ 2015-07-13 10:46:02.6439 30023/723454f01780 age/Log/Main.cpp:399 ]: Received command to shutdown gracefully. Could you open a new ticket and post as much information about the crash as possible? member FooBarWidget commented May 29, 2014 From lutz.schildt on December 21, 2010 15:02:33 That line was in an issue you marked as duplicate of this one as well. We do not see the problem on our production servers which still run Passenger 2.x I suspect that the problem only happens if Passenger has been idle for a while.

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My website work but, sometime i have an error 500. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/9791677/passenger-unexpected-error-in-mod-passenger-cannot-connect-to-unix-socket The socket belongs to user 'root' and as far as I know the logrotate also runs with root so it can make apache reload. Unexpected Error In Mod_passenger: Cannot Connect To The Passenger Core Things go fine until it happens. elif [ "${RELOAD_TYPE}" = "graceful" ]; then ebegin "Gracefully restarting ${SVCNAME}" ${APACHE2} ${APACHE2_OPTS} -k graceful eend $?

member FooBarWidget commented May 29, 2014 From honglilai on November 12, 2010 11:47:39 Thanks, should be fixed now. http://fullflash.net/unexpected-error/unexpected-error-in-passenger-cannot-spawn-application.html If so, what happens if you change the postrotate command to that? Phusion B.V. The solution was obviously to consolidate our logrotate files so reload only gets called once.

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Gracefully shutting down... (send signal 2 more time(s) to force shutdown) [ 2015-07-13 10:46:02.0595 29592/7daa52598780 age/Log/Main.cpp:399 ]: Received command to shutdown gracefully. As an additional note I'm on centos 5.7 –Morgan H Mar 21 '12 at 15:20 1 Does your /etc/logrotate.d/httpd have a postrotate command of /sbin/service httpd reload > /dev/null 2>/dev/null What kind of filesystem is /tmp?

Original issue: http://code.google.com/p/phusion-passenger/issues/detail?id=927 Phusion B.V.

member FooBarWidget commented May 29, 2014 From honglilai on November 02, 2010 15:02:16 So if you run '/etc/init.d/apache2 reload' it fixes the problem instead of triggering it? BTW - the server we are using right now is not "heavily used". The crash is probably caused by the way we handle system call interruptions. I'm running out of ideas. –Morgan H Mar 21 '12 at 19:14 | show 3 more comments up vote 1 down vote Recently I had the same problem.

My system is set to generate core dumps for ALL processes so I can analyze all crashes and nothing goes unseen. Phusion B.V. I just don't understand where it's coming from. his comment is here RHEL5 Apache/2.2.3 passenger 3.0.2. (Yes, I could/should upgrade to new version of passenger, but it's sounding like the problem is still there for many).

member FooBarWidget commented May 29, 2014 From hurikhan77 on December 01, 2010 15:32:39 This issue is closed, but 3.0.1 not available? This priviledges can be set via usercaps command. type -p $(set -- ${LYNX}; echo $1) 2>&1 >/dev/null; then eerror "lynx not found! member FooBarWidget commented May 29, 2014 From maeldron on October 28, 2010 03:40:15 What steps will reproduce the problem? 1.

more hot questions question feed default about us tour help blog chat data legal privacy policy work here advertising info mobile contact us feedback Technology Life / Arts Culture / Recreation Or shutting it down? You signed in with another tab or window. I looked in the logs and found what seems to be a passenger problem: [ 2013-07-17 06:33:17.2076 31140/7fa105018740 agents/Watchdog/Main.cpp:626 ]: All Phusion Passenger agents started! [ 2013-07-17 10:33:27.0959 795/7ffb74bd0740 apache2/Hooks.cpp:757 ]:

The only thing that shows up are errors like this in the nginx log: 46482 connect() to unix:/passenger_helper_server failed (2: No such file or directory) while connecting to upstream, client: 127.0.0.1,