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From Cataphract <Cataphr...@netcabo.pt>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Q: Win2K Server spike?
Date Thu, 11 Dec 2003 15:59:23 GMT
The Localsytem account is not the Administrator. You could try to run 
the service as Administrator (you would need need to allow the 
Administrator user run as a service. See the windows help).

David Gewirtz wrote:

>To both Robert and Stephen: first, thanks. I reinstalled the server
>(completely uninstalled, then reinstalled, using my old conf file), in
>the process going from 1.3.27 to 1.3.29. I'm still getting the 100%
>utilization spikes when run as a service, and they hold at 100% for 15
>seconds to 2 minutes. Running as a command line app, I don't get the
>spikes.
>
>I went through the log files and didn't see anything strange, including
>checking the logs just as the spikes were happening. I checked privs and
>there's no problem there. Running the service as the Local System
>Account (which is, I'd guess, Administrator). Running the DOS app logged
>in as Administrator.
>
>The 100% spikes don't happen until after the server's been running for a
>few minutes, and then they seem to be five minutes or so apart.
>
>I could just run this from the command line, but the behavior change
>does have me concerned and I'm not comfortable just ignoring it.
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Robert Andersson [mailto:robert@profundis.nu] 
>Sent: Wednesday, December 10, 2003 1:49 AM
>To: users@httpd.apache.org
>Subject: Re: [users@httpd] Q: Win2K Server spike?
>
>
>David Gewirtz wrote:
>  
>
>>I finally closed the service and launched Apache from the DOS window. 
>>Now utilization is hovering always at less than 15%. When I close the 
>>DOS app version of Apache and relaunch the service, it freaks out at 
>>100% again. So the problem seems to be related to the service.
>>    
>>
>
>Does it go 100% immediately when started? Before any requests are made?
>If not, you need to figure out exactly what request(s) cause it to go
>mad.
>
>It may also be an issue with privileges. Do you run the service as the
>same user as you do on the command line?
>
>Regards,
>Robert Andersson
>
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