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From "Joshua Slive" <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Why the sudden need to raise MaxClients?
Date Mon, 20 Feb 2006 20:35:41 GMT
On 2/20/06, Sage Weaver <> wrote:
> Thanks for the reply -- at least knowing this is abnormal is a step in
> the right direction.
> By "standard debian packages," I mean I am using unmodified packages
> from the stable distribution of debian; no backports, no recompiled
> packages.  The package version is 2.0.54-5, which is the latest version
> available from the official debian stable repository.

Still doesn't help me.  How does it differ from the version
distributed from  What patches are in there?  What
modules are in use.

> I would implement mod_status, except that once MaxClients is reached,
> won't mod_status be useless, since it relies on being able to serve a
> page via HTTP?  Or will mod_status work regardless?

If all the server processes are really locked up at this point then
you won't be able to get to server-status.  But you should be able to
see somewhat before the lockup point that processes are getting stuck.


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