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From jome <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Thousands of VirtualHosts slowing down start/stop/graceful
Date Wed, 21 Jun 2006 08:39:40 GMT
Matus UHLAR - fantomas wrote:
> On 21.06.06 03:07, jome wrote:
>> Subject: [users@httpd] Thousands of VirtualHosts slowing down start/stop/graceful
>> I'm running Apache 2.2.2[1] on a Mac OS X Server 10.3 box, and I'm 
>> having some trouble which I'm pretty sure is related to having large 
>> amounts of VirtualHosts (or large amounts of Directory). There's 
>> currently about 2200 of them and most, if not all, follow a specific 
>> scheme[2].
>> The issue is basically that when I try to run apachectl restart or 
>> graceful the execution will take two to three minutes, and right after 
>> it will take rougly the same time before the new httpd processes are 
>> spawned and during much of this time the server is left unreachable.
> so you use different log files for virtual servers?
> If so, here is your problem - reopening thousands of files takes ages.

Good idea, but no, I'm using a single log file.



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