Please help me with this one:
(Debian Testing, kernel 2.4.17, PG 7.1.3, AOLserver 3.3.1+ad13, latest virtual Jerry's.., OpenACS 4.5B)
One of my three virtual servers suddenly died on me without apparent reason. I'm using daemontools to manage the servers but now the *bad* server can no longer be started with "svc -u /service/nsd-infogettable-dev/". However, I can start it by typing "./bin/nsd-postgres -ft infogettable-dev.tcl" but then it takes around 90 seconds to start it, compared to the 10 seconds it used to take.
Oddly enough, it cannot be started in the background (which is what svc does, I think), only in the foreground. Oddlier still, if I direct stdout to a file (for debugging purposes) "./bin/nsd-postgres -ft infogettable-dev.tcl 2> STARTUP_LOG" it takes the, normal, 10 seconds to start!
Whichever way I choose to start the server, I get a "Segmentation fault" (server dies) when a non-existing page is requested. I never saw this before...
Notice: Error from etp::get_pa was: Query did not return any rows. Notice: index.vuh: request for kfgkfdkfjdfsl Notice: Edit This Page index.vuh: serving /web/infogettable-dev/packages/edit-this-page/templates/article-content Warning: APM: cache_max_age does not exist Segmentation fault nsadmin@hal:~$Sometimes I get this too: pq_recvbuf: unexpected EOF on client connection
(This started to happen while, or after, the system was in the process of indexing (for search) large amounts of large static pages, which are now perfectly searchable, BTW.)
Any help is as always much appreciated,