Problem with orhpaned fcgi php processes2
We have a webserver with apache 2.2.14, PHP 5.3.2.
PHP is executed using mod_fcgid (see bottom). Everything works fine but sometimes, and we still have to figure out what triggers this, when php processes are "rotated" they remain active and orphaned: apache spawns new php processes and the old ones remains on the system.
Killing them doesn't always kicks them away. More likely an "apache2ctl graceful" frees the system from this stale processes.
We found this in error log:
This event is luckily seldomly happening, usually apache and php operate normally and with no problems during fcgid childrens renewal.
How can we understand what's going wrong in these situations?
P.s. posting here some configs:
mod_fcgid config in site:
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