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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 32239] - Server reached MaxClients setting on FreeBSD
Date Thu, 18 Nov 2004 18:38:38 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From chamaras@singnet.com.sg  2004-11-18 19:38 -------
i've tried what Paul suggested.. i.e. using the AcceptMutex (currently testing
with the fcntl). 

seem to help the situation. there don't seem to be as many processes hanging
around as there was before. might yet be too early to jump to conclusions though. 

i am a bit reluctant to enable the /server-status/ as this might have some
performance penalty as well as it would mean, i'd have to recompile the server
if i'm going the build the server with mod_status (is that the correct module).
recompiling and re-installing needs down-time as this is a production server.

can i load this module dynamically?

thnks n rgds,
-kc.

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