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From Tony Di Croce <dicr...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] High cpu load on apache
Date Wed, 23 Nov 2005 16:23:00 GMT
This looks to me like something is attempting to allocate memory in a loop,
until the request succeeds. But it's never succeeding.

On 11/22/05, Kjell Grindalen <kjell.grindalen@sio.no > wrote:
>
> Hi everyone!
>
> I am runninng apache-2.0.55 on a Solaris 9 SPARC server.
> I use the server a a frontend for my websphere 5.1 server
> My configure looks like this
>
> ./configure --prefix=/usr/local/apache_prod --with-mpm=prefork
> --enable-info --enable-so --enable-rewrite --enable-proxy
> --enable-static-rotatelogs
>
> My problem is that after a while, some requests makes one or sometimes
> more, of my httpd servers hit the roof cpu-wise.
> And it stays there til I kille the process.
>
> I have tried to apply the following patch, with no success
>
> Ø http://people.apache.org/~wrowe/httpd-2.0-proto-timeout.patch<http://people.apache.org/%7Ewrowe/httpd-2.0-proto-timeout.patch>
>
> A truss on the process only gives what you can see down below.
>
> brk(0x005C2D98)                                 = 0
> brk(0x005C4D98)                                 = 0
> brk(0x005C4D98)                                 = 0
> brk(0x005C6D98)                                 = 0
> brk(0x005C6D98)                                 = 0
> brk(0x005C8D98)                                 = 0
> brk(0x005C8D98)                                 = 0
> brk(0x005CAD98)                                 = 0
> brk(0x005CAD98)                                 = 0
> brk(0x005CCD98)                                 = 0
> brk(0x005CCD98)                                 = 0
> brk(0x005CED98)                                 = 0
> brk(0x005CED98)                                 = 0
> brk(0x005D0D98)                                 = 0
> brk(0x005D0D98)                                 = 0
> brk(0x005D2D98)                                 = 0
> brk(0x005D2D98)                                 = 0
> brk(0x005D4D98)                                 = 0
> brk(0x005D4D98)                                 = 0
> brk(0x005D6D98)                                 = 0
> brk(0x005D6D98)                                 = 0
> brk(0x005D8D98)                                 = 0
> brk(0x005D8D98)                                 = 0
> brk(0x005DAD98)                                 = 0
> brk(0x005DAD98)                                 = 0
> brk(0x005DCD98)                                 = 0
> brk(0x005DCD98)                                 = 0
> brk(0x005DED98)                                 = 0
> brk(0x005DED98)                                 = 0
> brk(0x005E0D98)                                 = 0
> brk(0x005E0D98)                                 = 0
>
> Anyone have an idea what is wrong?
>
> Mvh
>
> Kjell Grindalen
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