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From: Jon D. Breen (mejonbreen.com)
Date: Thu Feb 14 2002 - 12:09:49 CST
How about adding your find statement into the httpd startup file in
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From: "Robert M. Riches Jr." <richesr1inetarena.com>
Sent: Thursday, February 14, 2002 9:59 AM
Subject: Re: httpd not running after reboot
> > From: Mark Arrasmith <arrasmithmath.twsu.edu>
> > Date: Thu, 14 Feb 2002 11:08:11 -0600
> > It seems lots of disk I/O gets apache to start. One other strange thing
> > MySQL would crash with an unaligned trap when apache would attempt to
> > and fail. Once I did the " find " from above all those problems seem to
> > So you can see why I was guessing that it might be the same thing. I'm
> > really needing an automatic solution because this is a server I don't
> > front of. Anything else I could try? Anything during the boot process
> > could throw in? Would recompiling apache, etc., help?
> Maybe this is too obvious, but one kludgey workaround would be
> to put in a script to happen just before Apache tries to start,
> and have that script do a bunch of disk I/O.
> Good luck.
> Robert Riches
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