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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 11997] - NT MPM assertion "(rv >= 0) && (rv < threads_created)" failed
Date Wed, 04 Jul 2007 13:30:55 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From stephen.johnston@guildlaunch.com  2007-07-04 06:30 -------
We are seeing the same problem with 2.0.59. We have been encountering steadily 
bloating threads on Windows. This seems to make sense if you consider that 
Apache threads grow to the size of what they server and do not release the 
memory. 

In an attempt to manage that problem we set MaxRequestsPerChild to 100 
temporarily so we could watch the effect on the server before setting it to a 
more reasonable number. Upon the first "exit due to maxrequestsperchild" this 
error was thrown and the server stopped serving threads.

While the bloat may be a bug or a design with unintended consquences, the real 
issue is that now on Windows there seems to be no effective way to recycle the 
server and free up the memory short of regular service restarts.



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