cron.php loop when mysql is down

Discussion in 'Developers' Forum' started by tom123, May 25, 2018.

  1. tom123

    tom123 Member

    Hi to all
    I'm using an (heavy) customized version of ispconfig 3.0 with multiple server connected to the same control panel, with log set as debug.
    I've seen that when the server hosting the control panel is down (or it's mysql is down), cron.php trigger a loop that will fill the whole hdd by trying to log in "sys_log" the error message.

    The whole loggin part isn't customized by us, thus it's verbatim.
    I know that we are using an old version, but can someone tell me if some fixes where made to address this issue ?
    I've looked everywhere and I haven't seen any loop. It seems that ipsconfig is trying to redo the failed query, thus flooding the whoe server.

    Really, i have no clue.
  2. tom123

    tom123 Member

    Sorry for the bad title , i'm referring to "server.php"

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