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From "Mididoc Productions" <m...@mididoc.com>
Subject [users@httpd] apache problem
Date Mon, 30 May 2005 08:41:47 GMT
hello,

to everybody, we are new: Mike Roland in Carcassonne.
(and at once coming with a problem)

we are long time working with apache2 version 2.0.43 (Win32) without any
problems. We use apache as our local server to make run our 4 internet-sites
port 80,81,82,83 etc.
So far no problem.

We have now installed an internet telephone-service by SKYPE. This program
is started by windows at windows-start same like apache2.

When we want to access our internet-sites for example the one on port 80,
apache2 hangs long time until opening the site.

We get the following error messages:

apache log file says:
[Mon May 30 00:20:21 2005] [notice] Parent: Created child process 444
[Mon May 30 00:20:22 2005] [notice] Child 444: Child process is running
[Mon May 30 00:20:22 2005] [notice] Child 444: Acquired the start mutex.
[Mon May 30 00:20:22 2005] [notice] Child 444: Starting 250 worker threads.


windows xp pro (german) says:

TCP/IP hat das Sicherheitslimit erreicht, das für die Anzahl gleichzeitiger
TCP-Verbindungsversuche festgelegt wurde.

Weitere Informationen über die Hilfe- und Supportdienste erhalten Sie unter
http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp.

(translation: TCP/IP has reached the safety-limit, which is fixed for the
TCP-Connection tries at same time)



Asd soon as we stop SKYPE program, apache is working as normal as before.

So the problem seems to be tha fact, that SKYPE and apache have problems in
accessing ports ??


Thank you very much for a helping tip.


Cheers mike








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