Every once in a while we have that same issue. Then we do a WRKACTJOB and look under the QHTTPSVR subsystem and check to see if there is a ZENDPHP7 job that has a function something like "php-cgi." For us that is the job that does not end all the time. If it is out there we just end it with an option 4. We have never been able to figure out why this does not end all the time.



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Thank you for the reply.

What does the "system" procedure do ?

My issue is that the http server jobs are not ending and I am looking for a way to determine if and when the jobs have ended so I can restart them.

Appreciate the response.



Don Brown




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I use Scott K http_url_get as follows. I use it to start the server if down.

D system PR 10I 0 extproc('system')
D i_cmd * value options(*string)

url = 'http://www.mywebsite.com';
myFile = '/tmp/website.html' + %trim(x'00'); rc = http_url_get(url:myfile);
if rc > -1; // still up
system('endtcpsvr *http httpsvr(myserver)'); endif;

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Subject: [WEB400] Ending HTTP Servers - How to know they are ended

We occasionally have a problem with the HTTP servers for Zend Server where they need to be restarted.

Generally this occurs if there is a timeout accessing a database file if backups have a lock on the file - but that is another story and we are also addressing that problem.

My problem is that when I issue the ENDTCPSVR SERVER(*HTTP)
HTTPSVR('zendphp7') command;

a) Control is returned before the servers are actually ended
b) Sometimes for an unknown reason some/all the servers do not end
c) We do not know when all the servers are actually ended
d) If the command fails how do I actually stop these servers from a CL program

I presume the best option is to issue the endtcpsvr command then wait a while then extract a list of jobs selectively to a temporary table and query that table for a count of jobs and then read the list and do an endjob *immed for each job found then wait some more then repeat ?

Is there a better option ?

Appreciate any suggestions.

Don Brown



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