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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 19687] - idle httpd childs consuming 100% cpu
Date Mon, 13 Oct 2003 20:18:56 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From kris-httpdbug@asn.net  2003-10-13 20:18 -------
I'm having the same (or similar) issue on my systems, although PHP is not installed.

I'm seeing some httpd processes creep up and use all available CPU:

 2092 www       51   0 56756K 49792K RUN      3:06 16.26% 16.26% httpd
 2064 www       51   0 56912K 49956K RUN      4:35 16.21% 16.21% httpd
 2049 www       51   0 56800K 49816K RUN      6:53 16.16% 16.16% httpd
 2119 www       52   0 56212K 49220K RUN      2:38 16.16% 16.16% httpd

In that particular example, the first three PIDs are listed in "apachectl fullstatus", but
they're listed 
as waiting for connection (an underscore).  The 4th PID is not listed in fullstatus at all.
 This is 
typical of what I've been seeing for the last 4 days on many servers.  I've never seen a freaked-out

httpd listed in anything but waiting status in the "fullstatus" output.

I'm not seeing anything in my error logs.

My setup:

Apache 1.3.28
mod_perl 1.28
FreeBSD 4-STABLE last updated 9/16/03
perl 5.6.1
expat 1.95.6

Apache, mod_perl, perl and expat were all installed from ports with default make options.

Should this be a seperate ticket because my configuration is so different from the requestors?

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