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Old 24th March 2018
thefronny thefronny is offline
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Default Meltdown patch and varnishd

I have a machine that had been successfully running varnishd. I rebuilt the kernel following the instructions in the 010_ meltdown patch and now when I start varnishd a ps ax shows:

varnishd: Varnish-Mgt -i some.machine.net (varnishd)
varnishd: Varnish-Mgt -i some.machine.net (varnishd)

There is no child process listed and the webpages are not served. Nothing else has been touched. I've killed these varnish processes and am serving directly from httpd and really that's enough but what's up here? Or is this just a coincidence?

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