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From Jason Bradwell <ja...@moonwell.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Major Issue -- Apache not closing open requests
Date Fri, 18 Feb 2005 07:52:50 GMT
At 01:44 AM 2/18/2005, you wrote:

>Are you by chance using php/mysql ? I'm wondering if
>mysql connections are causing this problem?  I've seen
>similar problems but it takes an hour or 2 to hit 256
>clients.  _most_ of my clients are getting reused, but
>some dont, and they slowly accumulate....

Yes, I am running php/mysql, but I have already checked that.  "show 
processlist" shows only 1 connection (the one that I just ran that command 
with).

Thanks for the quick reply.

-Jason


> > I run a fairly high traffic Web site on a dedicated
> > Redhat 7.2 server
> > (1.7Ghz proc, 512M ram).  Apache 2.0.48 had been
> > running for about 35 days
> > since it was restarted, no problems.
> >
> > As of a few hours ago, Apache decided to start
> > opening connections,


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