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    Nathan, perhaps the upcoming Apache update will resolve this issue?
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    Hi Justin

    Do you mind me asking if you know if it is lua requesting a reboot or Apache

    If lua, then I think it is lua which needs to resolve issue

    Many thanks

    John

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    No, I haven't personally had this issue. Just had a PCI scan say that running LUA and my version of Apache had some kind of security bug. So I just removed mod_lua from loading. I only had my new CentOS 7 server running for about 2 weeks before removing LUA. Not sure how often this occurs, but maybe my disabling of LUA fixed it before it ever became a problem.

    Here is the issue I was referring to: https://access.redhat.com/security/cve/cve-2014-8109
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