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From Devendra Singh <devendrasi...@indiamart.com>
Subject [users@httpd] Re: httpd by root at 99,9% (2.0.48/49 : httpd children multiplying and eating 100% of CPU)
Date Tue, 15 Jun 2004 12:01:22 GMT
At 15/06/04 12:02 (), Andrea Cerrito wrote:
>Il mar, 2004-06-15 alle 06:41, Devendra Singh ha scritto:
> > Hi,
> >
> > I was searching through the archive for a similar problem as mentioned by
> > Michel Jouvin in his thread "2.0.48/49 : httpd children multiplying and
> > eating 100% of CPU".
> >
> > I am facing exactly the similar situation wherein the Ram usage goes on
> > increasing (httpd threads not getting released). Even after stopping the
> > Apache, these stale (not defunct) threads do not get released. I have to
> > kill them manually after stopping Apache and then starting it.
> >
> > I too is using Apache 2.0.48 with worker MPM. Had been trying to apply all
> > sorts of tweaks for about three weeks.
> >
> > Was any one able to find any clues?
>
>Unfortunately no :(
>Anyway, our systems are always working with higher value of System CPU:
>perhaps logging problems or high delays of IO (I haven't kernel 2.6, I
>cannot verify deeper).
>
>But, if you find any clue, don't forget to update me :)

Sure, if I would !!

Devendra Singh

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