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From "Joshua Slive" <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] apache threads
Date Wed, 04 Apr 2007 13:48:04 GMT
On 4/4/07, <> wrote:
> Is there a way (a command!) to display apache threads while it is  running.
> I'd like to know how many threads are only for SSL connections?
> I've no MaxThreads directive in my httpd.conf and neither in my ssl.conf.
> So I think the default is 2048 but....this means 1024 threads for
> connections on port 80 and 1024 threads for connection on port 443.
> I'm a problem in these days with apache I've some pages with a lot of
> images.
> When my system  is busy very for a lot of workload we have notice that the
> number of seconds for serving an images in https is very high and the server
> become very slow while we have no the same problem in http.
> I'm thinking about a misconfiguration in my ssl.conf. I've crypto hardware
> accelerator.................

Not being an SSL expert, my first guess would be insufficient random entropy.

To answer your direct question, you can view all current threads using
the server-status handler provided by mod_status.


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