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From Justin Erenkrantz <>
Subject Re: Puzzling News
Date Mon, 28 Feb 2005 22:43:05 GMT
--On Monday, February 28, 2005 10:08 PM +0000 "Wayne S. Frazee" 
<> wrote:

> Core directives to definitively control the amount of memory, et al, that
> Apache 2 uses would be a DEFINITE functional upgrade-driver for some
> businesses and applications to upgrade to 2.0.  Apache has certainly come
> a long way from the little control availible in 1.3 but more is needed.
> At present, processes spun off of apache threads or child processes can
> be limited but not the actual footprint of apache itself, without using
> mod_perl...that I am aware of, anyway.  I have done quite a bit of web
> searching on the matter and from the results, I would think that I would
> not be the first to suggest this.
> Is there something that already handles this without using a third party
> module?
> Is there any apache development project in progress for 2.1 or future
> commit to 2.0 which is working on implementing this?

Why does RLimitMem not do what you want?  HTH.  -- justin

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