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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 32239] - Server reached MaxClients setting on FreeBSD
Date Fri, 14 Jan 2005 08:47:50 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From hawk_air@hotmail.com  2005-01-14 09:47 -------
I think it is not the apache bug,but the tomcat or jetty or jboss u using 
mod_jk connected bug.
I also have thus this system using apache1.3.x + mod_php + mod_jk + tomcat,the 
system under heavy load,it's about 15,000,000 hits perday, after run for 
several days,maybe a week, apache child then reach maxclients(it's equal 
1024!),then total system stop response, after restart apache,it works again.
first i think maybe apache bug,upgrade to latest apache1.3.33,then php 
application bug, upgrade to php4.3.10,but the problem happens again.
then i think maybe the mod_jk bug,but after enable debug on mod_jk,nothing 
happens,but ajp13 log on tomcat show something,that make me got the answer,IT 
IS Tomcat that HANGs total system,some bug in tomcat4.1.29 make the connection 
between httpd and tomcat,NEVER been releaseed,the httpd process only stop and 
wait,thus after sometime,apache reach the maxclients.
After update tomcat from 4.1.29 to 4.1.31,the problem never happended again.
Though i found some bug in the java code imp the ajp13 protocol,maybe i'll make 
patch on it when i am free.

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