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Subject [users@httpd] Monitoring apache via server-status
Date Wed, 30 Jan 2008 13:42:20 GMT
Hello list,

I use apache2 on win2000 with mod_jk and tomcat as appserver.
Last week I made a big mistake on the java side and build a
deadlock! The problem was, that I don't recongnize it. Now my
question is, can I detect it via server-status when I watch
all rq in wait status.
When I understand the docs right this is the stat, what say that
the rq is current processed.
But I expect that I see in the col Req the time since start 
processing this rq.

At the end of the status site is this doc as follow:
ReqMilliseconds required to process most recent request 

But when I take a line from our status it looks like:

Srv PID     Acc    M SS Req Conn Child Slot Client       VHostRequest 
0-0 6064 2/732/732 W 6  0   3.1  7.14  7.14 
wwwet.eurotours.atPOST /xml/SearchWebRequest HTTP/1.1 

And this rq is a rq that was started some sconds before reqeust the
status so I think the rq col is filled after! process this rq.

Can someone confirm this or give me a hint?

thanks Dietmar

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