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From Pietro Cagnoni <pcagn...@mclink.net>
Subject Re: Performance tweaks
Date Wed, 13 Mar 2002 15:49:46 GMT
> Does anybody know of a way to always allow connections from a given domain
> or subnet, thereby bypassing (or sidestepping) the MaxClients
> directive?  My problem is, my web server is hit with a lot of requests and
> fills up frequently, but I want to somehow give clients in my local domain
> a higher priority and either always serve them first or refuse remote
> connections before refusing connections from the local domain.
> 
> Thanks in advance.

maybe many of your server slots are filled by keepalive connections (you
can verify it with mod_status) (yes it happened to me!); reducing the
keepalive timeout, or disabling keepalive completely, may help in this
case.

hope it helps.

pietro.

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