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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 15651] - Apache is Very slow during peak
Date Tue, 25 Feb 2003 09:54:25 GMT
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Apache is Very slow during peak





------- Additional Comments From henk.de.haan@myrealbox.com  2003-02-25 09:54 -------
I seem to have the same problem. However I'm still using Apache 1.3.26 on a RH
linux 7.1 (a custom built version of apache, not the RH version). The server
uses mod_ssl in combination with client certificate requests. 
According to the logs, MaxClients is reached. For our system MaxClients is set
to 20 but only about 10 clients are actually started.
Our experience is that it does not recover on its own, but only recovers after a
restart of apache. Because of the usage of the system there is no time to wait
for recovery in about 15 minutes.
When the problem occurs I have difficulty logging in on the console. The load on
the host is < 0.5 and apache does not seem to use cpu-time.

Note that even though all processes, apache and other, run very slowly, they
still keep running. Requests are being processed very sloooowly, but are being
processed (well it seems that way because users do not experiance timeouts in
their browser)

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