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Old 17th September 2011, 12:21
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Question Why do my apache needs restart all the time?

Hello ?

I am Tanvir.

I have installed lamp, ISPconfig and phpmyadmin on my suse 11.4 server. But my server always needs to restart the apache. The server and all the sites within it works well but if I need to login to ISPconfig or phpmyadmin I have to restart my apache otherwise the page keeps loading.

After restarting and logging in to the ISPconfig and phpmyadmin if I dont work or use them for around 20 minutes then if each time I have to restart the apache or the pages keep loading.

Can any one tell me why is this happening ?

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Are there any errors in Apache's error log?
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Old 18th September 2011, 14:30
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Question Apache log

Thanks for the help. but there are no errors in the apache log...
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Old 19th September 2011, 20:27
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How much RAM does your system have?

Is it a physical server or a virtual machine?
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How much RAM does your system have?

Is it a physical server or a virtual machine?
Its a server. and have 12 gb ram
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I guess you have a problem with a missing perl module. Check the global error log of the apache webserver again, there are very likely vlogger errors inside which indicate the missing perl module. Most likely the perl module Date::Format is missing. Search for the module with yast and install it, then restart apache.
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