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I've installed Apache 2.2.4, PHP 5.2.1 and MySQL 5.0.37 in a dedicated server that my client has located. His website is too accessed, and when I start Apache, many accesses occur, and in less than 5 minutes, all services go down. Apache, SSH, everything. When I call the Call Center, they say to me that the machine is operating, and it responds to the PING command from another station.
The unique way I have to access this server is using SSH, and the Call Center have no right to access this station. Just me with the root password. This way I know when the server goes down, because neither the SSH server responds.
Than I have to open a Help Desk asking for the Call Center to restart the machine manually. In this way, the SSH server goes up again. But the Apache Server is still in manual start. I don't want to put it automatically up to the time the server remains stable.
I looked up the Apache logs, and didn't find anything wrong. It doesn't tell nothing about the server going down.