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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 34980] - At high loads, Apache 2.0.53 crashes completely on HP-UX platform
Date Mon, 23 May 2005 13:56:00 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From trawick@apache.org  2005-05-23 15:55 -------
>Is there a way to know which processes are terminating 
>& which one are the active child processes.

On AIX and Solaris, I use a ps option to list the number of threads in the
processes.  Then I check the httpd processes for processes with >1 thread and
<ThreadsPerChild threads.  Those are the terminating processes.  I didn't find
how to do that directly on HP-UX, but maybe I have misunderstood the ps man page.

With Apache 2.1-dev, mod_status will indicate the true process id for each
thread in the extended status table (the table with one line per request), so
threads in a gracefully exiting process will have a different pid from those
around them.

(Apache 2.0.x does not have the right support to do this with mod_status.)


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