Message-Id: <email@example.com> Date: Sun, 13 Jul 1997 20:53:11 -0400 To: Jonathan Perlow <firstname.lastname@example.org>, fastcgi-developers@OpenMarket.com From: Jonathan Roy <email@example.com> Subject: Re: Broken Pipes in Server Log In-Reply-To: <firstname.lastname@example.org> Are you using perl fastcgi processes? If so, be sure you have our patch applied to FCGI-0.30 since you are on Solaris. -Jonathan At 02:05 PM 7/13/97 -0600, Jonathan Perlow wrote: > I have seen a few e-mails in the archive from developers experiencing >problems with broken pipe errors in the server logs. I am experiencing the >same problem and I have been unable to find any e-mails that can expalain >the problem or suggest a remedy. > The problem only occurs when I run the applications as a server maintained >appclass (as opposed to an external app class). The likelihood of the >problem occurring seems to be correllated to the load on the webserver or >database server. Once the broken pipes begin, they remain broken and the >webserver must be restarted to remedy the problem. > As a temporary solution, I have made the fcgis an external app class. I >would really like for the server to maintain the application in case the >processees exit due to some fatal error. I am running the OpenMarket server >2.1 on Solaris 2.5.1 on an Ultra-2. If anyone has any information, I would >really appreciate it. Thanks. > >Jon Perlow > > > -- Jonathan Roy - email@example.com - Idle Communications, Inc. Idle Communications, Inc. accepts contract programming work for general purpose tools (or CGI) in Perl/C/C++.