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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 29933] - apache 2.0.50 modssl still crash(It is never crash when not useing startssl )
Date Wed, 11 Aug 2004 16:45:11 GMT
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apache 2.0.50 modssl still crash(It is never crash when not useing  startssl )





------- Additional Comments From adriano.caloiaro@ccci.org  2004-08-11 16:45 -------
I wonder if this has anything to do with the problem I have.  When I start
Apache (2.0.50 mod_ssl mod_perl) without ssl (No -DSSL) the server runs fine,
nice and snappy.  When I start it with SSL, the server's load average
immediately goes up to 4.0 and stays there.  After doing some load testing over
HTTPS using Jmeter, the load went up to 32.0 and very, very slowly dropped back
down to 4 after the testing was finished.  I've tested this out on two different
Dell PowerEdge 2650 servers running RHEL 3 and have gotten identical results.
Just as additional information, mod_ssl was built against openssl 0.9.7a.

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