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From Javier Toledo Pantoja <j_toledopant...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Problems with process child on apache 2.0.4
Date Tue, 17 Jul 2007 22:51:33 GMT


I think that if you activate the KEEPALIVE would be
good, because indicates how many seconds the agents
are wating without respawn or bring new childs to
attend requests... but you must be a higher time... 15
secs order that an agent or httpd process (server)
waits 15 seconds for next request and if not, dies....
In 15 secs you as user, begins to read the page.

I tried with 240 secs, aprox 4 minutes and my server
worked ok... In these 4 minutes a user reads a few
paragrpahs, saw images, check ideas and may be choose
click another link.... the same agent continues
serving him, without died, respawn or fork.

If someone knows more details about this paremeters
and possibly I'm wrong, please comment it.

Regards.
--- Chris 'Xenon' Hanson <xenon@3dnature.com> wrote:

> Roberto Tortolero wrote:
> > Hi, i write 'cause i have a problem with apache, i
> have it running on 
> > fedora 6.0 and it was installed by rpm.
> > The problem is that the httpd process create like
> a hundred child 
> > process that saturated the server and make it
> slower.
> > My apache is configure with 4 virtualhosts and 3
> of them are via proxy, 
> > connected through it another server, creating 3
> layer model for the 
> > company wish I'm working for.
> > Later yesterday, the server was very slow and we
> thought that was our 
> > isp, but today we realize that was our server wish
> were running about 30 
> > to 50 child process of httpd process as i father.
> > So, what can that be????
> > thank you very for the coming answers.
> 
>    We had a similar problem. We turned off
> keep-alive (which was set on, and set to like 
> 15 seconds) and limited the number of child
> processes Apache would spawn. This increased 
> the immediate reuse of the existing processes, and
> greatly improved server response.
> 
> > Good bye.
> 
> -- 
>       Chris 'Xenon' Hanson | Xenon @ 3D Nature |
> http://www.3DNature.com/
>   "I set the wheels in motion, turn up all the
> machines, activate the programs,
>    and run behind the scenes. I set the clouds in
> motion, turn up light and sound,
>    activate the window, and watch the world go
> 'round." -Prime Mover, Rush.
> 
>
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