caught SIGTERM, shutting down?
I was trying to enable SSL in my webserver, but when I finished and restart apache, all my hosted websites was offline.
I already reverted all changes and restart apache again, but still offline.
Checked the apache logs and:
[Sun Oct 07 03:49:06 2012] [notice] Apache/2.2.22 (Ubuntu) PHP/5.3.14 configured – resuming normal operations
[Sun Oct 07 03:49:06 2012] [warn] long lost child came home! (pid 11607)
[Sun Oct 07 03:49:07 2012] [warn] long lost child came home! (pid 11606)
[Fri Oct 12 12:18:52 2012] [notice] caught SIGTERM, shutting down
What the last could be? caught SIGTERM, shutting down? Already google it, but with no success.
I'd suggest running apache2ctl configtest to see if there is a problem with your configuration.
I found out the problem. There's something going on with de ssl module. I disabled it (a2dismod ssl) and everything started working again, but when I enable it, everything "shutdown".
But I need it enabled! Any ideas of what is going one?
Thanks in advance =)
The whole thing went down (not just one foul site) because I had a log directory with no log files in it.