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From Joshua Slive <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Apache and Bea
Date Thu, 13 Nov 2003 00:13:39 GMT

On Wed, 12 Nov 2003 wrote:
> over 1%, it is Bea.  Anyway, running netstat -a | grep WAIT, we
> see over 30,000 connections that do not appear to get closed.
> I cannot tell if it is Bea or Apache that are not releasing the
> connections.  Bea does have a binary only module for Apache that
> bridges Apache to Bea instead of using mod_proxy, however the issue
> still remains.  It there any setting that would make Apache force
> these connections closed?  Is there anywhere in the source that
> I could change to make Apache close these connections?

I probably can't help you with this, since I'm no TCP/IP expert, but the
first thing you'd need to do is figure out exactly what these connections
are.  Are they from clients to apache or from apache to the back-end
server?  And what state are they in?  Close-wait, sending, ... ?


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