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asked 4 years ago viewed 3360 times active 2 years ago Related 3Issue with Passenger - Apache2RoR: From Ruby to Enterprise Ruby Edition (no memory savings?)0403 error after rails app deploy Somewhere in /var is a more sensible location. I know that a random and not easily reproducable bug report is annoying however it happened at least 3 times since I upgraded to Passenger 3 from 2.x. 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. navigate here

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Learn More Red Hat Product Security Center Engage with our Red Hat Product Security team, access security updates, and ensure your environments are not exposed to any known security vulnerabilities. What happens if you comment out the postrotate command? Copy sent to Debian Ruby Extras Maintainers . (Mon, 27 Jan 2014 16:06:11 GMT) Full text and rfc822 format available.

  • if [ $ret -ne 0 ]; then eerror "${SVCNAME} has detected an error in your setup:" ${APACHE2} ${APACHE2_OPTS} -t fi return $ret } start() { checkconfig || return 1 [ -f
  • I'm unsure how to debug this, but if I can do anything, run any tests, or provide any other details, I'd be happy to.
  • elif [ "${RELOAD_TYPE}" = "graceful" ]; then ebegin "Gracefully restarting ${SVCNAME}" ${APACHE2} ${APACHE2_OPTS} -k graceful eend $?
  • Once I even got this error: The application spawner server exited unexpectedly: No such file or directory - /tmp/passenger.1.0.70228/generation-0/spawn-server/socket.70492.17193533620 Exception class: PhusionPassenger::Rack::ApplicationSpawner::Error Backtrace: # File Line Location 0 /usr/local/lib/ruby/gems/1.9/gems/passenger-3.0.0/lib/phusion_passenger/rack/application_spawner.rb 118 in
  • Message #10 received at [email protected] (full text, mbox, reply): From: Benoît SÉRIE To: [email protected] Subject: Rights from previous version Date: Fri, 31 Jan 2014 12:03:38 +0100 If this can help,
  • member FooBarWidget commented May 29, 2014 From rainhead on November 03, 2010 09:39:03 https://gist.github.com/661326 Phusion B.V.
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member FooBarWidget commented May 29, 2014 From honglilai on September 04, 2012 09:32:13 I believe this issue has been fixed in Phusion Passenger 4. What object can prove the equations? I've fallen back to 2.2.15 for now. 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.

more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed Not the answer you're looking for? member FooBarWidget commented May 29, 2014 From honglilai on November 12, 2010 03:13:06 Issue 557 has been merged into this issue. https://github.com/phusion/passenger/issues/668 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. BTW, I am on kernel 3.0.18 debian 64bit, so don't think it's necessarily to do with 2.6.32... member FooBarWidget commented May 29, 2014 From [email protected] on September 27, 2011 21:22:31 I think I've discovered a simple workaround for this problem with nginx (at least on our servers): just Already have an account?

Posted on November 26, 2012 by jrochkind I'm having a problem where running logrotate on apache httpd causes Passenger to sometimes (but not every time) become unresponsive (with errors in the What kind of filesystem is /tmp? member FooBarWidget commented May 29, 2014 From jbuechse.greenliff on November 10, 2010 05:36:40 No messages in error.log, no particular messages in passenger log with PassengerLogLevel 2. member FooBarWidget commented May 29, 2014 From honglilai on November 14, 2010 05:34:15 I'm marking this issue as fixed until people report otherwise.

Environment Information: $ gem list | grep passenger passenger (3.0.2) $ ruby --version ruby 1.8.7 (2010-12-23 patchlevel 330) [x86_64-linux], MBARI 0x6770, Ruby Enterprise Edition 2011.01 $ free total used free shared http://fullflash.net/unexpected-error/unexpected-error-in-passenger-cannot-spawn-application.html Any idea how to fix this issue? Partial sum of the harmonic series between two consecutive fibonacci numbers Given a limit with notation f, how would you solve? member FooBarWidget commented May 29, 2014 From maeldron on November 03, 2010 09:37:57 #!/sbin/runscript Copyright 1999-2007 Gentoo Foundation Distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License v2 opts="configdump configtest

member FooBarWidget commented May 29, 2014 From jbuechse.greenliff on November 07, 2010 05:45:32 Experiencing the same problem on Debian lenny (Rails 2.3.5, Passenger 3.0.0). Which version of Rails? Watching order for the Dan Brown films? "Squeezing out of a dead man" proverb If two topological spaces have the same topological properties, are they homeomorphic? http://fullflash.net/unexpected-error/unexpected-error-in-mod-passenger-cannot-spawn.html Last modified: Mon Oct 31 02:28:50 2016; Machine Name: beach Debian Bug tracking system Copyright (C) 1999 Darren O.

Toggle useless messagesView this report as an mbox folder, status mbox, maintainer mbox Report forwarded to [email protected], Debian Ruby Extras Maintainers : Bug#736830; Package ruby-passenger. (Mon, 27 Jan 2014 10:51:07 GMT) No logrotate is involved at all. Stopping apache2 ... [ ok ] Starting apache2 ...

Once this problem happens, manual httpd restart isn't even enough to recover, one needs to reboot the server (or presumably find and kill all the passenger processes?) What I assume will

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). Phusion B.V. else eerror "${RELOAD_TYPE} is not a valid RELOAD_TYPE. Especially because searching in this list and googling around, it's a problem at least some people have been reporting (although with different error messages than I'm seeing) for years.

The end of output (awstats) was: Parsed lines in file: 0 Found 0 dropped records, Found 0 corrupted records, Found 0 old records, Found 0 new qualified records. member FooBarWidget commented May 29, 2014 From honglilai on November 12, 2010 11:27:55 Can you run 'rake nginx --trace' or 'rake apache2 --trace' and post the backtrace? Only restarting apache helps. weblink It's happening when logrotate runs.

member FooBarWidget commented May 29, 2014 From joniscoollulz on January 15, 2011 05:09:13 Sorry, I meant "reliably", not "really". Now I get: (in /home/peter/passenger) ** Invoke apache2 (first_time) ** Invoke ext/apache2/mod_passenger.so (first_time) ** Invoke ext/apache2/module_libpassenger_common.a (first_time) ** Invoke ext/apache2/module_libpassenger_common/Utils.o (first_time) ** Invoke ext/common/Utils.cpp (first_time, not_needed) ** Invoke ext/common/Utils.h (first_time, not_needed) Run cat /selinux/enforce to find out. I'm using apache 2.2.3 and passenger 3.0.11.

You should be able to reproduce it by running nginx reload in sequence a couple of times. After playing around with this a little it seems that moving the error_log directive from the outer-most section to inside the http section also works fine and I did a few This seems related to logrotate. Open Source Communities Subscriptions Downloads Support Cases Account Back Log In Register Red Hat Account Number: Account Details Newsletter and Contact Preferences User Management Account Maintenance My Profile Notifications Help Log

Not the answer you're looking for? member FooBarWidget commented May 29, 2014 From honglilai on November 12, 2010 02:16:21 Over the past few days I've tried to reproduce this problem on various operating systems, with no results. Phusion Passenger 4 interrupts system calls in a more robust manner. member FooBarWidget commented May 29, 2014 From maeldron on October 28, 2010 03:40:15 What steps will reproduce the problem? 1.

Copy sent to Debian Ruby Extras Maintainers . (Mon, 27 Jan 2014 10:51:07 GMT) Full text and rfc822 format available. I have no /tmp cleaner daemon as other files stay in /tmp for a long time. I'm pretty sure I have enough memory in general, for example the current memory usage is: free -lm total used free shared buffers cached Mem: 2048 1088 959 0 0 0 I could be way off base here, though.

The solution was obviously to consolidate our logrotate files so reload only gets called once. Visiting my Rails sites. When this happened I think I then wasn't even able to restart it properly and had to brutally kill -9 all nginx processes... Here's what I see in my apache error log: [Sun Mar 18 04:02:13 2012] [notice] Apache/2.2.3 (CentOS) configured -- resuming normal operations [ pid=10788 thr=47366521234240 file=ext/apache2/Hooks.cpp:860 time=2012-03-18 08:51:10.215 ]: Unexpected error

I double-checked it to be sure.