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From "Joshua Slive" <jos...@slive.ca>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Scoreboard file not created
Date Wed, 30 Aug 2006 19:04:48 GMT
On 8/30/06, Chidanand Gangur <chidanand.gangur@gmail.com> wrote:
> Well I have already tried mod_status. I was under the impression that the
> scoreboard file would give me some more information.
>
>  To give some more details about my test
>
>  I have following server configuration
>
>    Timeout               300
>    MaxKeepAliveRequests  500
>    KeepAliveTimeout      6
>    KeepAlive             On
>    MinSpareServers       16
>    MaxSpareServers       32
>    StartServers          4
>    MaxClients            250
>    MaxRequestsPerChild   500
>
>  My test is:
>
>  I fire http request using curl form a simulated set up. these request are
> fired at the rate of 4 request per second. Roughly there are 240 requests in
> 60 seconds.
>
>  With this kind of set up I see apache reaching to the MaxClient Limit and
> things going.
>
>  with KeepAliveTimeout as 6 why are the process not recovering?
>
>  I would appreciate your help to understand this scenario.

Does setting KeepAlive off change anything? What does server-status
look like during this time?  Is it possible your php scripts just
aren't responding fast enough, causing the server to run out of
processes?

Joshua.

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