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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 12187] - Standard config with perchild; Apache is blocked
Date Tue, 23 Mar 2004 22:03:01 GMT
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Standard config with perchild; Apache is blocked





------- Additional Comments From anthony@kilna.com  2004-03-23 22:03 -------
I have reproduced this on 2.0.49.  I have a lot of logging going on, and out of 
curiousity I ran 'lsof' and it seems apache is opening all log files on all 
processes, regardless of AssignUserID in the VirtualHost directive.  The 
processes are running as the appropriate users, but they're all trying to open 
each other's log files in addition to their own.  I'm running this off a User 
Mode Linux "box" on a virtual hosting provider, and they probably have my 
available file descriptors down lower than the usual (though since every 
process is opening every log they get eaten up pretty quickly).  I tried using 
the most recent perchild.c and mpm_common.h and mpm_common.c from cvs but it 
won't compile and I'm not proficient enough to figure out why not.  But it 
looks like the most recent ones address issues with FD_SETSIZE (but I don't 
know if that does anything for the fact that its keeping the wrong files open 
in the first place).

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