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From Rob Hartill <>
Subject Re: feature request
Date Mon, 03 Apr 1995 14:40:14 GMT
> It would be very useful for administrative purposes to be able to see what
> request a given httpd process is running - i.e., if an httpd process is
> running away with the CPU or sitting around for a long time, I'd like to know
> if it's because it's a really big file and all is kosher, or there's a logjam
> somewhere.  To this extent, how hard would it be to have httpd rewrite its
> argv[0] like sendmail does (I think that's how sendmail does it) so one could
> do a "ps" and see what request a particular httpd is answering? 

HPsUX again...

I tried to do this with HP via perl and csh, it failed miserably.
Works fine on a sunos box. So this might end up being a portability

Can't you just look for the CPU bound processes and do a "ps" on the
process number to find out the full filename of the script/binary.


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