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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 37680] - [PatchAvailable] httpd brings down system w/100% CPU+thrashing disks if num listening sockets drops to one on restart/graceful
Date Fri, 01 Sep 2006 13:54:06 GMT
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darius-abz@free-range.com.au changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
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           Priority|P3                          |P2
            Summary|If num listening sockets    |[PatchAvailable] httpd
                   |drops to one on             |brings down system w/100%
                   |restart/graceful, httpd jams|CPU+thrashing disks if num
                   |with 100% CPU               |listening sockets drops to
                   |                            |one on restart/graceful
            Version|2.0.58                      |2.2.2




------- Additional Comments From darius-abz@free-range.com.au  2006-09-01 13:54 -------
I can reproduce this on httpd-2.2.3, but only if I use the "worker" MPM.  The
default "prefork" MPM seems unaffected by the bug in 2.2.x -- I haven't yet
looked into why that's the case.  Brian: Were you using "worker"?

It certainly is nasty with 2.2.3 and "worker" -- I had to hard-reset my system
for the first time since... well, since the last time I accidentally set off a
fork-bomb ;-)

Nudging the priority and changing the bug title in accordance with the severity
of the symptoms as originally reported by Ciro in Comment #3 back in May. 
Updating the version to 2.2.2 (it seems 2.2.3 isn't selectable at the moment???)

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