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From Steve Suhre / Antero web technologies <st...@Antero.com>
Subject RE: httpd processes keep growing, and growing.....
Date Mon, 10 Dec 2001 22:19:50 GMT

Thanks Mark,

It was set to "0", so I've changed it to "10000" and will watch the server
closely......



At 05:10 PM 12/10/01 -0500, you wrote:
>Steve,
>What do you have MaxRequests set to? You may want to set that value to 10000
>so that the processes will die after serving 10000 requests and new httpd
>processes will spawn.
>
>Mark Nazzaro
>eAssociate
>Lucent Technologies
>Phone: (908) 559-6105
>
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Steve Suhre / Antero web technologies [mailto:steve@Antero.com]
>Sent: Monday, December 10, 2001 5:07 PM
>To: users@httpd.apache.org
>Subject: httpd processes keep growing, and growing.....
>
>
>
>
>I've just installed apache 1.3.22 with mod_ssl 2.8.5. Apache seems to work
>just fine when it's started, but after a day or 2 it will connect but then
>hang and not deliver any content. A check of the server reveals over 150
>httpd processes running. If I stop apache and restart it it will begin
>working again, at least for a day or two. We're running bsdi 4.1 and have
>had earlier versions of apache running on this machine for years. The
>server is moderately busy, delivering 10-20 thousand pages a day. The log
>files simply show 
>"[Sat Dec  8 17:40:18 2001] [error] (57)Socket is not connected:
>getsockname" continuously when apache is no longer working properly, no
>other warnings or errors. The httpd.conf file seems to have all of the
>limits set correctly:
>
>MinSpareServers 5
>MaxSpareServers 10
>#
># 
>StartServers 5
># 
>#
>MaxClients 150
>
>Just wondering what else I need to do. It seems that there are processes
>that should be closing, but are not. This is virtually the same setup we
>had on the previous version of apache (1.3.12) on this same machine which
>ran without problems. The problems seem to occur whether or not ssl is
>enabled.
>
>Thanks!
>
>
>
>
>
>--
>Steve Suhre
>Antero web technologies
>1.719.634.8161
>steve@Antero.com
>http://www.Antero.com
>
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Steve Suhre
Antero web technologies
1.719.634.8161
steve@Antero.com
http://www.Antero.com

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