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From "Joshua Slive" <jos...@slive.ca>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] In Apache Status,the "requests currently being processed",can it be changed?
Date Sat, 24 Nov 2007 15:13:03 GMT
On Nov 24, 2007 3:08 AM, baalchina <baalchina@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello Everyone!
>
> I have a Apache 2.2 server running ab php5, mysql forum,with CentOS 4.4.
>
> Most of my visitors are from our intranet.
>
> The problem is, sometimes, the pages is hardly to open,and sometimes it
> opens very fast.
> In apache status,I noticed this:
>
> ============================================
>  Current Time: Saturday, 24-Nov-2007 15:59:38 CST Restart Time: Friday,
> 23-Nov-2007 21:35:28 CST Parent Server Generation: 4 Server uptime: 18 hours
> 24 minutes 10 seconds Total accesses: 2798113 - Total Traffic: 74.8 GB CPU
> Usage: u520.45 s77.28 cu0 cs0 - .902% CPU load 42.2 requests/sec - 1.2
> MB/second - 28.0 kB/request 150 requests currently being processed, 0 idle
> workers
> ============================================
>
> The last line, requests,I found it always is 150.For example ,150
> currently,and 0 idle,or 138 currently ,12 idle.
>
> The cpu and memory load of my server is low, so I think the problem is the
> "REQUESTS".
>
> How can I change the max requests of my server?
>
> I changed my prefork.c to a very large number,for example:
>
> ====================================
> <IfModule prefork.c>
> StartServers         100
> MinSpareServers      100
> MaxSpareServers     200
> ServerLimit       12000
> MaxClients         8000
> MaxRequestsPerChild  12000
> </IfModule>
>  ====================================
> it's is so large,isn't?

Does you error_log have anything interest at startup? I suspect you
are exceeding some compile-time limits on those directives, causing
them to get ignored.

Joshua.

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