Connectivity problems (again)

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Re: Connectivity problems (again)

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Forum is suffering from covid ?
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coco.oric wrote:
Mon Mar 23, 2020 9:14 pm
Forum is suffering from covid ?
It was home at all time, did not invite any friends, so I think not.

That being said, now that I cleaned up the PHP warnings, I see that we have these relatively often, not sure how to fix that:
[Mon Mar 23 21:05:31.433233 2020] [core:warn] [pid 1006] (99)Cannot assign requested address: AH00056: connect to listener on [::]:80
[Mon Mar 23 21:05:34.436917 2020] [core:warn] [pid 1006] (99)Cannot assign requested address: AH00056: connect to listener on [::]:80
[Mon Mar 23 21:05:35.438256 2020] [core:warn] [pid 1006] (99)Cannot assign requested address: AH00056: connect to listener on [::]:80
[Mon Mar 23 21:05:36.439750 2020] [core:warn] [pid 1006] (99)Cannot assign requested address: AH00056: connect to listener on [::]:80
[Mon Mar 23 21:05:37.441044 2020] [core:warn] [pid 1006] (99)Cannot assign requested address: AH00056: connect to listener on [::]:80
[Mon Mar 23 21:05:42.447044 2020] [core:warn] [pid 1006] (99)Cannot assign requested address: AH00056: connect to listener on [::]:80

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Re: Connectivity problems (again)

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I did some experimentation with the server:
sudo nano /etc/apache2/ports.conf
--> Replaced "Listen 80" by "Listen 0.0.0.0:80"
apachectl stop
/etc/init.d/apache2 start
Does that change anything to you people?

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Re: Connectivity problems (again)

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Seems OK when connecting to the forum's main page, but takes ages to go to other pages from there...

Take care of you guys during these trouble times.
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No significant change here. Took me 4 attemps before reaching the forum this morning, and 3 more to post the reply (updating message at each attempt ;) ).

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Ok, next time you try and you get a time out, could you do the following:
- Write the exact time when it happened
- What web browser and operating system you are using
- What's your external IP is (so I can check in the logs)

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The next change I did was to remove the 'MultiViews' from the VHost definition in apache2.conf and modify the 401/404 error handlers.
Found out that this broke the display of some images... which were incorrect in the HTML, so I fixed that.

If you see missing images, impossible to load files, etc... please mention!

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I was optimistic but the connection problem seems to be back again...

Took me 3 times to get to the main page, around 2 attempts to get to this post and then another 2 to reply.

- Time: 21:00 in Japan (13:00 in France)
- Web browser: Firefox (last version) and MacOS Catalina
- IP: 85.203.21.65

Hope this problem will be solved soon.

Carry on Dbug !
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Re: Connectivity problems (again)

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The same by me:
14:18:48 local time (13:18:48 French)
Chrome Version 80.0.3987.149 (Official Build) (64-bit) / Linux
IP: 87.121.115.one_hundred_thirty-one

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This evening I will try to run a disk check, regarding CPU, Memory and Network, we are good (20-60% CPU top, 20-30% memory usage).

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If you need a 3rd "timeout" input let me know, I can get all the info tonight.
BTW there are still "loads" of users according to the main page (around 250)

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Just to add a feedback:

I don't have to enter my login nor password when I connect to the forum as they are saved in my browser, but since the connection problem appeared, I sometimes get a grey (not the usual blue) board index page requiring me to login...

That's quite weird and I never experienced it before.
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Next time it happens, could you take a screenshot and send it to me (mike@defence-force.org)

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Sure.

It happened 4-5 times until now, but as soon as it happens again, I'll send you a screenshot.
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Re: Connectivity problems (again)

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Update: It looks like there's some corruption on the filesystem, I'm doing some manual backups, then I'm going to run some more checks and probably order a replacement SSD.

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