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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 23300] - Asynchronous AcceptEx failed
Date Wed, 24 Sep 2003 11:42:23 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From dramalho@blackorange.pt  2003-09-24 11:42 -------
  I leapt from version 2.0.36 to 2.0.47 and the problem started to show up, in 
a massive way. On debug level we get a few other lines, but their probably 
related. Also derived from that, I guess, was the problem of the server 
starting to get REAAAAAAAAAAAAAALY slow, with some many 'exceptions' coming 
from the OS, so my solution was to disable the KeepAlive, witch, I we think 
about it, is what's causing the problem, in the sense that he needs to keep the 
connection, during witch time, some Network stuff happens and the OS (or 
Apache) can't keep up. 
  Like I said, turning KeepAlive off, totally cleared my error log of that sort 
of warning, BUT ... and this is probably a different bug, my Apache keeps 
getting killed ... some times it seems to start by himself, some other times de 
service dies and Windows picks it up again in one minute (I changed the configs 
of the service). There is no apparent reason for this, the only module I'm 
running is PHP 4.3.3 and, like I said, the OS warning about Network problems 
disappeared, so I'm baffled. The previous version I had (2.0.36) ran for months 
with the same amount of requests I have now.

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