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  • Apache webserver stops or gives error

    Hi,

    The apache server of my ClearOS 7.1 server stops or doesn't work properly.
    After a restart it is working again, but a restarts take approx. 1 minute

    the log give the following message

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  • You are going to research whether this is a software problem, or co-incidentally the hardware started to fail about the same time you started the re-installs. Why did you re-install anyway if the system had been working well for 2-3 years? I take it you don't have a full system backup of the originally working system...

    At http://danda.poweredbyclear.com/master-frame-crash.html you will find some information which may or may not help you. Still a work in progress interrupted when I was hospitalized, so beware as it is still draft status...

  • Patrick de Brabander wrote:

    James Joseph wrote:

    [quote]Patrick de Brabander wrote:

    James,

    Is the backup script also making a backup of the attachements ?


    Only if you configured attachments to be in the database (by default it's set to be in files which is actually better for the database).

    I recommend backing those up by either by rsync or rdiff-backup. I just do rdiff-backup for ONSITE backups as it backups up the whole server and that includes /var/lib/zarafa however if you just want to backup just the database and attachments maybe a zip or a tar.gz of the folder that's compressed to another location or backup drive.


    Would be great is this was incorperated in the autobackup script ;)[/quote]

    This is just a standard mysql backup script but I'm sure you could probably add into it to do that for you, I'm personally learning bash myself (my boss does all of our scripts) so maybe one day I might piece together my own.

  • Patrick de Brabander wrote:

    James Joseph wrote:

    [quote]Patrick de Brabander wrote:

    James,

    Is the backup script also making a backup of the attachements ?


    Only if you configured attachments to be in the database (by default it's set to be in files which is actually better for the database).

    I recommend backing those up by either by rsync or rdiff-backup. I just do rdiff-backup for ONSITE backups as it backups up the whole server and that includes /var/lib/zarafa however if you just want to backup just the database and attachments maybe a zip or a tar.gz of the folder that's compressed to another location or backup drive.


    Would be great is this was incorperated in the autobackup script ;)[/quote]

    This is just a standard mysql backup script but I'm sure you could probably add into it to do that for you, I'm personally learning bash myself (my boss does all of our scripts) so maybe one day I might piece together my own.

  • Can you remember if you installed any particular drivers in the past? This is a long shot, but what is the result of:

  • James Joseph wrote:

    Patrick de Brabander wrote:

    James,

    Is the backup script also making a backup of the attachements ?


    Only if you configured attachments to be in the database (by default it's set to be in files which is actually better for the database).

    I recommend backing those up by either by rsync or rdiff-backup. I just do rdiff-backup for ONSITE backups as it backups up the whole server and that includes /var/lib/zarafa however if you just want to backup just the database and attachments maybe a zip or a tar.gz of the folder that's compressed to another location or backup drive.


    Would be great is this was incorperated in the autobackup script ;)