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10-05-2006 12:43 AM
jr438234606
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Originally Posted by MikeinLA
That's funny, I've never had a pr
Mike, That's funny as hell! I'll bet not everyone gets it.
10-05-2006 12:35 AM
MikeinLA That's funny, I've never had a pr
10-04-2006 11:33 PM
sailingdog Apache is a open-source web server, probably a majority of the websites on the internet use it... Generally far more secure than IIS.
10-04-2006 11:21 PM
sanctuarysam
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Originally Posted by jr438234606
They are using PHP in some form. Some PHP extensions use libraries that are not threadsafe, so rendering with Apache 2's Multi-Processing Module or Microsoft's IIS in ISAPI mode may cause crashes. I would bet they are using Microsoft IIS, but I could be wrong. I'm fond of Apache myself. The "down time" is probably the amount of time it takes the Sailnet staff to notice the crash plus the time for the server to re-boot.

I'm a software engineer, and I hate computers because of this stuff. ;-)
okay, is it just me, or did all of this go over anyone else's head?... i always thought Apache was either an indian tribe or an army chopper..
hell what do i know, i was an english major in college..."so, you want fries with that?"

10-04-2006 05:16 PM
CharlieCobra I hear ya, I make my living stress testing web apps and sites.
10-04-2006 03:57 PM
jr438234606 They are using PHP in some form. Some PHP extensions use libraries that are not threadsafe, so rendering with Apache 2's Multi-Processing Module or Microsoft's IIS in ISAPI mode may cause crashes. I would bet they are using Microsoft IIS, but I could be wrong. I'm fond of Apache myself. The "down time" is probably the amount of time it takes the Sailnet staff to notice the crash plus the time for the server to re-boot.

I'm a software engineer, and I hate computers because of this stuff. ;-)
10-04-2006 03:42 PM
administrator We are in the process of making a lot of upgrades to the server software and working hard to deactivate some old antiquated software on the server that we were forced to maintain during the transition - we apologize for any inconvenience and should be done in the next few weeks.

Much of the old site was developed using a product called Cold Fusion and it's an old version that doesn't get along well with the new version of Apache and we're almost done replacing the cold fusion applications with new software and when we can remove cold fusion from the server we're all be happier.

10-04-2006 03:27 PM
CharlieCobra It acts like Weblogic. I've worked with it before and saw this kind of behavior during testing.
10-04-2006 03:24 PM
captnnero
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Originally Posted by CharlieCobra
It's what happens when ya use a Web Server software not up to the task. It forgets to release connections and on a busy site, you run out.
Charlie, I thought this stuff was supposed to be connectionless. What package do you think they are using ?
10-04-2006 02:59 PM
TrueBlue After losing so many posts due to "unavailable service", I've learned to copy my text to the clipboard, before hitting the "Post Message" button.
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