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From "Robinson Craig" <>
Subject [users@httpd] Understanding the difference between conn vs. child vs. slot
Date Wed, 03 Oct 2007 01:24:47 GMT

I've recently been pouring over some server status pages, and I am
trying to understand what the difference between a connection, child and
slot. In particular, referring to the "Acc" column, which is the "Number
of accesses this connection / this child / this slot".

Example "Acc" data for the homepage of our intranet is as follows:

I'm pretty comfortable with what a connection and a child is, BUT...

What is a "slot"? And what do they really mean when they refer to an

Any pointers would be appreciated?
Cheers, Craig

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