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From "Chidanand Gangur" <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Scoreboard file not created
Date Wed, 30 Aug 2006 18:17:46 GMT
I have a condition in my network where all of a sudden the server becomes
unresponsive I want to know what and where things are messing up.

I am using PHP for server side scripting where I open UNIX dgram socket to
comunicate to the back end. I have a test where 800-1000 user try to access
the server.

I see lot of  UNIX stream sockets in connected state in net stat though I am
using UNIX dgram sockets. I also see the apache has reached MaxClient limit
of 250.

When such condition arises I see whole of my system becomes slow.
I want to get a clear idea where things are messing up.

On 8/30/06, Joshua Slive <> wrote:
> On 8/30/06, Chidanand Gangur <> wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> >  I have compiled apache 1.3.34 on linux 2.4.28 the compilation went
> through
> > fine and no issues in normal working of apache. I want to enable
> scoreboard
> > feature of apache, I have added the corresponding configuration line in
> > httpd.conf but still the contfiguration file but still i do not find the
> > scoreboard file.
> >
> >  I also tried compiling with HAVE_SHMGET=1 USE_SHMGET_SCOREBOARD=1
> >
> >  Is there any other compilation option to be enabled.
> First, why do you want to "enable (the) scoreboard feature of apache"?
> Normally the scoreboard is held in shared memory, which is much more
> performant.  Why do you want to change this?
> Joshua.
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Chidanand Gangur

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