Web Server Problems Persist

Dear All,

Our web server problems are persisting. I may need to restart the web server while diagnosing the problem. I'll send email once I'm done.

-- John T.

John Criswell wrote:

Dear All,

Our web server problems are persisting. I may need to restart the web
server while diagnosing the problem. I'll send email once I'm done.
  

Okay. I think it's working now. The web server was getting a lot of traffic that was maxing out the maximum number of Apache processes, but the traffic seems to have ceased, and a restart of the web server has things going again.

If you run into problems, please email llvmdev. I'll periodically check llvm.org to make sure it's still up.

-- John T.

Hi John,

If you run into problems, please email llvmdev. I'll periodically check
llvm.org to make sure it's still up.

I'm seeing long delays on llvm.org again. Pages are served eventually, but it
takes minutes for each requests.

Are there any dynamic scripts on the server that can eat a lot of resources? I
think the nightly tester result pages would qualify? Perhaps search engine
crawlers hit the nightly tester results every now and then? I see that there
is a robots.txt that should fix this, but perhaps there are other scripts
missing from it?

Gr.

Matthijs

If you run into problems, please email llvmdev. I'll periodically check
llvm.org to make sure it's still up.

I'm seeing long delays on llvm.org again. Pages are served eventually, but it
takes minutes for each requests.

Are there any dynamic scripts on the server that can eat a lot of resources? I
think the nightly tester result pages would qualify? Perhaps search engine
crawlers hit the nightly tester results every now and then? I see that there
is a robots.txt that should fix this, but perhaps there are other scripts
missing from it?

Valid web spiders are not the issue.

We have had problems with people using WGET in the past. I'll look into this today.

Thanks,
Tanya