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[Bug 595081] New: 'zypper ps' recommends always to restart Apache with PHP 5.3.2 and php5-APC
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  • Date: Fri, 9 Apr 2010 02:45:30 +0000
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Summary: 'zypper ps' recommends always to restart Apache with
PHP 5.3.2 and php5-APC
Classification: openSUSE
Product: openSUSE 11.2
Version: Final
Platform: x86-64
OS/Version: openSUSE 11.2
Status: NEW
Severity: Normal
Priority: P5 - None
Component: Apache
AssignedTo: bnc-team-apache@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
ReportedBy: freespacer@xxxxxx
QAContact: qa@xxxxxxx
Found By: ---
Blocker: ---


User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; de; rv:1.9.2.3)
Gecko/20100401 SUSE/3.6.3-1.2 Firefox/3.6.3

Hi,

anything goes wrong with 'zypper ps' and the php5-APC module.

If I type in the console following:

# zypper ps
The following running processes use deleted files:

PID | PPID | UID | Login | Command | Service | Files
-----+------+-----+--------+----------------+---------+----------------
1452 | 1 | 0 | root | httpd2-prefork | | /tmp/apc.wowmJe
| | | | | | /tmp/apc.wowmJe
1453 | 1452 | 30 | wwwrun | httpd2-prefork | | /tmp/apc.wowmJe
| | | | | | /tmp/apc.wowmJe
1454 | 1452 | 30 | wwwrun | httpd2-prefork | | /tmp/apc.wowmJe
| | | | | | /tmp/apc.wowmJe
1455 | 1452 | 30 | wwwrun | httpd2-prefork | | /tmp/apc.wowmJe
| | | | | | /tmp/apc.wowmJe
1456 | 1452 | 30 | wwwrun | httpd2-prefork | | /tmp/apc.wowmJe
| | | | | | /tmp/apc.wowmJe
1457 | 1452 | 30 | wwwrun | httpd2-prefork | | /tmp/apc.wowmJe
| | | | | | /tmp/apc.wowmJe

You may wish to restart these processes.
See 'man zypper' for information about the meaning of values in the above
table.


I have restarted Apache2 via 'rcapache2 restart', but 'zypper ps' shows again
the same recommendation with another files /tmp/apc.* .

If I have deactivated the php5-APC module in PHP 5.3.2, so 'zypper ps' is happy
because it could not find processes using deleted files. Afterwards I activated
again the php5-APC module, zypper shows again the recommendation. Very strange.

# rpm -q apache2
apache2-2.2.15-9.2.x86_64
-> from this repo:
http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/Apache/openSUSE_11.2/


# rpm -q php5
php5-5.3.2-29.1.x86_64
-> from this repo:
http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/server:/php/openSUSE_11.2/


# rpm -q php5-APC
php5-APC-3.1.3-2.2.x86_64
-> from this repo:
http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/server:/php:/extensions/server_php_openSUSE_11.2/



Regards,

Sebastian


Reproducible: Always

Steps to Reproduce:
1. zypper ps
2. rcapache2 restart
3. zypper ps

Actual Results:
'zypper ps' recommends always to restart Apache2

# zypper ps
The following running processes use deleted files:

PID | PPID | UID | Login | Command | Service | Files
-----+------+-----+--------+----------------+---------+----------------
2054 | 1 | 0 | root | httpd2-prefork | | /tmp/apc.8esYiL
| | | | | | /tmp/apc.8esYiL
2055 | 2054 | 30 | wwwrun | httpd2-prefork | | /tmp/apc.8esYiL
| | | | | | /tmp/apc.8esYiL
2057 | 2054 | 30 | wwwrun | httpd2-prefork | | /tmp/apc.8esYiL
| | | | | | /tmp/apc.8esYiL
2058 | 2054 | 30 | wwwrun | httpd2-prefork | | /tmp/apc.8esYiL
| | | | | | /tmp/apc.8esYiL
2059 | 2054 | 30 | wwwrun | httpd2-prefork | | /tmp/apc.8esYiL
| | | | | | /tmp/apc.8esYiL
2060 | 2054 | 30 | wwwrun | httpd2-prefork | | /tmp/apc.8esYiL
| | | | | | /tmp/apc.8esYiL
2074 | 2054 | 30 | wwwrun | httpd2-prefork | | /tmp/apc.8esYiL
| | | | | | /tmp/apc.8esYiL

You may wish to restart these processes.
See 'man zypper' for information about the meaning of values in the above
table.


Expected Results:
'zypper ps' does not show recommendation anymore for php5-APC module after
restart of Apache2.

# zypper ps
No processes using deleted files found.

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