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From "Tony Rosete" <to...@tsgrp.com>
Subject RE: Hung http processes
Date Wed, 20 Mar 2002 19:12:22 GMT

httpd -l isn't valid on our Linux system.  We do have database type calls
that are getting hit.  They can be CPU intensive, but they usually spike and
then drop right away.  Once or a few times a day we see these rogue httpd
things show up and never go away.  I have seen this type of problem on
several newsgroups out there, but so far nothing in terms of a patch or some
way to prevent it without restarting the apache server..


Tony


-----Original Message-----
From: Andrew Hawkes [mailto:ahawkes@unicon.net]
Sent: Wednesday, March 20, 2002 1:07 PM
To: users@httpd.apache.org
Subject: Re: Hung http processes


How about if you provide a list of what modules you are running. Do an
httpd -l to get that. Are you doing anything with dynamic content, like
PHP, CGI's, or anything that has to hit a database or do something CPU
intensive?

-Andy


On Wed, 20 Mar 2002 11:27:57 -0600
"Tony Rosete" <tonyr@tsgrp.com> wrote:

>
> Has anybody out there encountered the problem where httpd processes just
> hang?  We've noticed that at times httpd jumps to the top of the 'top'
> list and never dies while taking a huge chunk of the CPU.  There seems
> to be no pattern to what starts them, but just a few of them bring the
> server to its knees.  Anybody encounter this with any form of
> resolution?
>
> Thanks.

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