We have apache 2.4 running on a Windows Server 2012, everything works fine except one strange bug:
The server stops serving any pages to users after someone visits any page via Chrome for Android. The visitor on the Android device (only when using Chrome) gets an "connection reset" error, but all users after that are getting blank loading pages until Apache gets restarted. If an user is loading a page on any other device during a restart, the page finishes loading immediately.
It seems that i can't find anything specific in the Apache or CF errorlogs. The only error i'm able to find is in the coldfusion-out.log:
Apr 15, 2016 13:34:43 PM Error [ajp-nio-8016-exec-15] - The request has exceeded the allowable time limit Tag: cfhttp The specific sequence of files included or processed is: C:\projekte\removed\So-funktioniert-es-6.html, line: 98
It does mention a specific file here, but it happens no matter what file or page you try to open. It's a really strange bug and we can't find any solution to it, nor anyone else with the same problem. The server isn't overloaded at all.
Hopefully i was specific enough for someone to point us in the right direction.
What is the cfhttp tag doing on the line mentioned???
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This question was also asked on StackOverflow: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/36646517/coldfusion-server-stops-rendering-pages-when-accessed-ov...
I'll ask the same question that I asked over there:
That error in the log references an HTML file rather than a CFM. Do you have ColdFusion configured to process html files?