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From Luis Gallegos <lgalle...@todo1.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Connection Refused - without missing info.
Date Fri, 07 Nov 2003 14:40:06 GMT
Bruce, I had the same problem, but what happened was that there was
another machine with my server address in my network.
I think this is not your problem but perhaps......

	Luis


On Thu, 2003-11-06 at 19:54, marno wrote:
> On Thu, 6 Nov 2003, Robert Andersson wrote:
> > Bruce Feist wrote:
> > > And the randomness of the problem is such that when there is a
> > > problem, doing an immediate refresh often works.
> > 
> > As Brian suggested, it seems like the OS is turning down the connection,
> > rather than Apache. If Apache is too busy, it will either give an HTTP (not
> > TCP) error, or put it in queue. When you run a lot of stuff on the machine,
> > it may at some peaks reach too many active sockets in use. When you get a
> > "connection refused" try run "netstat -a" (or equivlent command) to see how
> > many connections there are.
> > 
> > When I tested your site, it always came up, but was crawling slow.
> 
> Yes Bruce, I agree with Robert's and Brian's wrote. Your machine maybe to
> weak to operate alot of stuff. 
> 
> If you want to focus on publishing your web, I think you better seperate
> your web server and mail server in different machine. Hence the task of
> the server will seperate too and in a peak operation, the machine will not
> refused connection :-). Of course before you decided to seperate it, you
> have to see the traffic statistic of your server. Are there abandon hit to
> your web server or are there abandon email to or from your mail server ?. 
> Considering this reason, I think you could decided a good decission :-).
> 
> Regards,
> Marno
> 
> 
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