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From Aman Raheja <arah...@techquotes.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Firefox cause 100% CPU usage for Apache 1.3.33
Date Fri, 25 Mar 2005 19:47:34 GMT
How about running a sniffer to find out what's the request doing.
KeepAlive is a variable for Global and that's where it is shown in 
default, on purpose.

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Aman Raheja
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Khai Doan wrote:

> I have development server (Pentium 4, 2.8MHz, Linux kernel 2.6.9, 
> RedHat Fedora Core release 2).  I run apache 1.3.33, with mod_perl, 
> mod_php.  My code is a mod_perl handler which function as a proxy.  I 
> have KeepAlive Off (because of mod_perl)
>
> Can we turn KeepAlive On/Off per VirtualHost?  Is there any plan to 
> enable/disable KeepAlive per VirtualHost?
>
> In my sandbox, I have:
> MinSpareServers 1
> MaxSpareServers 1
> StartServers 1
>
> In the main sandbox, I have:
> MinSpareServers 5
> MaxSpareServers 10
> StartServers 5
> (default settings)
>
> On my Windows laptop, when I use IE, and mozilla to make a request to 
> my proxy handler, everything is ok.  When I use the latest version of 
> Firefox to make the same request, CPU usages on the Linux server go to 
> 90-100%.
>
> Anyone has similar issue with Firefox, mod_perl, apache 1.3.33 ?
>
>
>
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