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From "Charlie Smith" <Smit...@ldschurch.org>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Error Not enough space: ... What couldbecauseand solution to this error?
Date Mon, 09 Jun 2003 17:38:56 GMT
Does this information help in locating problem?  I took a couple snap shots of our Unix box
statistics before and after restarting the Apache server.   Looks like the Internal Server
error did go away after restarting the server.  Others had since reported 502 - Bad Gateway
problems.     

Statistics gathered would indicated that we went from 50Meg to 1.8 Gig available swap space
after restarting the server.
Went from 2.4 Gig allocated to 769 Meg allocated.  Would there be an obvious way to reclaim
this swap space without having to restart the server?   Perhaps some setting in Apache config
file or at the OS level?


>>> SmithCW@ldschurch.org 06/09/03 11:03AM >>>
How could one tell if this is the case, and what to do to remedie?

>>> peter.mutton1@bell.ca 06/09/03 09:55AM >>>
Looks as if you're out of swap space

Charlie Smith wrote:
> 
> [Mon Jun  9 09:44:54 2003] [error] [client xx.xx.xx.xx] (12)Not enough space: couldn't
spawn child process: foo-bar
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