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IBM http server 7. service stops unexplained

Posted on 2010-08-30
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This is getting really annoying. We have a IBM http server v.7 thats its service stops for no apparent reason. In the services view on the server it looks like its up, but it is in fact off.

We are running the http server on a win2008 server with fixpack2. I have also disabled Proxy auto discovery as it is not in use.

I edited the httpd.conf file to tune it according to this link

There is no "safe" time, as htis happens on and off at different times, sometimes once a day for 4 days, then nothing for a long period. Its really hard to find what the problem is. Has anyone experienced the same? Any tips?

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Funny enough,each time I post a question on this forum I often find the solution quickly afterwards. The reason the service kept stopping was because of a schedueld task that had become corrupt, it kept asking to restart the http service and failing. The time out was 3 days of trying, so it makes sence that that caused the hickup. This question can either be closed or deleted.
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