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From "Bill Stoddard" <b...@wstoddard.com>
Subject Re: Apache Performance Problem
Date Wed, 22 Nov 2000 14:37:44 GMT
Sounds like you are running out of Apache processes and connections are
getting backed up in the TCP/IP stack's listen queue (on your non-SSL port).
You will still get quick responses on ports that don't have much traffic.
I'd recommend uping maxclients and see what happens.

Bill

> apache version 1.3.4
>
> We have a E3500 Sun solaris server with 8 processors 8 Gig Ram. When
traffic
> is high and the CPU traffic creaps up, (40% idle) but I/O wait is 0% to
10%
> the HTML serving from the file system is very slow.
> Now, we also have https apache on the box and calling the same page from
it
> is fast. The server processes 80% CGI and 20% html. I was looking at
moving
> to Apache 2.0 but am not sure it will help as I suspect a configuration
> problem here. We have 100 max procs and 20 minimum. I don't think this is
it
> because we have a 50 max clients and it does not max out. Also, it
connects
> quickly to the socket, but serves the page slowly.
>
> Mike Haines
> mhaines@seqtek.com
>


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