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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 37802] - File descriptor leak ?
Date Mon, 05 Dec 2005 23:55:54 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From jouvin@lal.in2p3.fr  2005-12-06 00:55 -------
It was also my guess that ipnodes, hosts... are not opened directly by Apache. 
What's not clear for me is if Apache can be responsible of having them kept 
open or if this is an indication of an OS bug.

There is almost no active net connection to httpd, according to netstat (and 
between 1ŕ and 20 in FIN_WAIT2 state). What worries me is that this number of 
file descriptors used never decrease.

Here is the kind of entry I get reported by lsof. May be I am wrong thinking 
they are related to a network connection. In fact, lsof is not able to find 
any information about the file descriptor type. And looking at these entries, 
they are all about the same file structure address.

httpd   1349886 apache   21                                    can't read file 
struct from 0xc00001670069986a


Michel

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