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From Dean Gaudet <dgau...@arctic.org>
Subject archnotes (was Re: immortal httpd processes.)
Date Sun, 10 May 1998 18:09:08 GMT
It's messages like this which I wish we could make more readily available
to our users.  I've been keeping them in my new-httpd mailbox for
months... and I just flushed them all out.  Visit
<http://www.arctic.org/~dgaudet/apache/archnotes/>.

I want this to remain trivial to add new notes to, otherwise we won't add
them.  So I *don't* want this stuff turned into html, and I don't want it
made all pretty.  I want to be able to just save the message from my
mailer to the files.

I'm thinking of putting it in the doc tree at htdocs/manual/archnotes.

Dean

On Sun, 10 May 1998, Michael Douglass wrote:

> On Fri, May 01, 1998 at 10:47:50PM -0500, Michael Douglass said:
> 
> FYI, for all of you who involved yourselves in attempting to assist
> me in my delima, let me tell you the fix.  The fix was quite simple
> actually; the problem an annoying one.  We have run into this immortal
> process before; but it was on a hugely threaded process (typhoon) on
> another 2.6 box.  The kernel patch 105181-05 (still in test-patch
> status, not released to public yet) was given to us for that box.  It
> was my understanding that it only affected threaded programs; well,
> little did I know that it also seems to affect non-threaded-but-very-
> busy programs like apache (well, on a large web server).
> 
> So, if anyone else has a problem with a solaris 2.6 box with imortal
> processes (won't show up until server gets really busy) contact sun
> to see if you can get T-patch 105181-05.  It will save you alot of
> annoying hassles.


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