> Your index.php seems to require the value of HTTP_HOST to be set, which
> requires an HTTP/1.1 connection being made by whichever client is making
Do you mean I should change my expect to HTTP_HOST? I tried that while waiting
for your reply but that's not making a difference so guessing no :).
> The timing of this chatter, however, is less than frequent (ie. it isn't
> every polling cycle) which perhaps points to a load-related problem. The
> fact that the Apache errors you posted do not correlate to the nanny
> logs says to me that you either have a clock drift problem (common with
> virtual servers) or some other problem we can't see.
Not much load at all and the time is deal on, on each server. Something else?
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