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I have a problem with Apache 2.2.8 with OpenSSL 0.8.9g - sometimes without any reason https connections to 443 TCP port are being rejected till apache restart. What can couse this problem ? There is no visable reasons in apache's log ... I'm 100% this is no firewall, network etc. problems - for sure apache problem. Any ideas ?
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by:Kamran Arshad
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Hi,

Please read the below article:

http://rssfeedreader.com/php.html
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by:Kamran Arshad
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Sorry wrong window ....
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by:Kamran Arshad
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What is the response of :

#telnet localhost 443
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Was your setup working well before or is it a fresh setup?
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by:szczecin
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It has been working from november 2007 with any problems just this one. This is not common issue (maybe one hang for a month ? ) just sometimes hanging - i have to restart apache with httpd.exe -k restart command and it starts working again.
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by:Kamran Arshad
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but it should not restart. Have you checked the /var/log/messages for any errors?
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by:szczecin
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/var/log/messages - not possible to check this is windows server 2k3 x64 edition
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Any suggestions about it ?
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I think i have found the solution for my problem. As I know for Apache https OpenSSL library has to be installed. Apache has been installed with OpenSSL 0.9.8h version but in the system OpenSSL version was 0.9.8g and i think this was the reason of  hanging https connections on Apache. During OpenSSL installation i had to choose if dlls copy to Windows folder or to OpenSSL installation folder. Ssleay32.dll and libeay32.ddl in OpenSSL folder and in Windows folder was different and i think that this also meight couse the problem.
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