Appweb server crash in Linux after date change

Posted on 2011-02-11
Medium Priority
Last Modified: 2012-05-11


I first realized this problem when using Appweb 3.2.1, but even after upgrading to 3.2.2 the issue still exists.

System Information:
Linux version 2.6.26 on ppc-6xx

1. Start Appweb
2. Change date to 30+ days after startup. (date -s 2012-05-19 19:00)
3. Use web browser to access any page hosted by Appweb server
4. Appweb will not appear in process list ('ps')

I have been looking for anyone else with a similar issue, but have been unsuccessful.

If there is more information needed, please let me know.
Question by:sctccomm
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Expert Comment

ID: 34950770
and the LOG ???
check for errors in the log files

Author Comment

ID: 34953629
The following is the log and It does not gives us any specific reason.  The last 2 lines shows up when the date is changed and we try to access the web.   (The rest always show up when appweb starts.)
# cat /var/log/appweberror.log

appweb: 1: Started at Fri Jan 01 00:00:23 2021 UTC
appweb: 1: Starting host named: ""
appweb: 1: Starting host named: ""
appweb: 1: Starting host named: ":::443"
appweb: Error: Can't open a socket on , port 443
appweb: Error: Can't listen for HTTP on :443
appweb: 1: HTTP services are ready with max 10 worker threads
appweb: 1: Exiting ...
appweb: 1: Exit complete

Accepted Solution

sctccomm earned 0 total points
ID: 35450303
Appweb confirmed this is a bug and it is fixed in version 3.3.

Author Closing Comment

ID: 35473597
Appweb developer fix.

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