The main web server crashed with an OOPs in the swapper today. This eventually affected the virtual domain server. I've done what I can here to remove dependencies between the two, however, some of you have HTML links from your web site into the ftp space. That is creating a dependency that eventually ties up an Apache process and hangs the server. I've made some changes this morning that I HOPE will cause http requests to error out when the file system is unavailable rather than hanging until it is. However, you can eliminate this dependency by NOT placing web pages in your /usr/ftp directory, they should all be in your public_html or adult_html directories. If you link to your ftp directory, it should be an FTP link, in the form of: <a href="ftp://ftp.eskimo.com/path"> or <a href="ftp://ftp.virtual.com/path", and NOT html. This will cause it to be served by the ftp server and not hang an Apache process.