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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 32239] - Server reached MaxClients setting on FreeBSD
Date Tue, 30 Nov 2004 19:09:24 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From trawick@apache.org  2004-11-30 20:09 -------
>Servers, 6-0, 9-0, 12-0 and 14-0 have been in wait state 
>for almost a day now.  Not quite sure what they are 
>waiting for... How can I find out what they are
>waiting for?

Take server 6-0 as an example:

6-0 35327 3/429/429 W  0.62 151339 0 0.0 2.29 2.29  \
192.19.166.240 7vvs11s.csminc.com \
GET /compliance/DailyEqpGrpComplianceChart.jsp?eqGrpname=PCMPO_ 

State W means that Apache has parsed the request and
(probably in this case) handed it to a plug-in module to generate the
response.
pid is 35327, request is for DailyEqpGrpComplianceChart.jsp

To find out at a low level what the apache process 35327 is waiting for before
responding, attach to that process with gdb and get a backtrace.  I anticipate
that this is just going to show that it is in mod_jk waiting for response from
your java application server.  Perhaps the Tomcat folks can suggest something
like mod_status for Tomcat which can retrieve that information without getting a
javacore of Tomcat jvm.

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