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From Matus UHLAR - fantomas <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Max number of process that can be run on a box having X GB as RAM
Date Mon, 14 Sep 2009 12:59:49 GMT
On 08.09.09 13:04, Shibi NS wrote:
> I have Linux machine which has  16 GB of RAM and Apache avg process size is
> 72 MB . What should be the ideal Max Clients so that there is better
> performance we can get  from server and application ?
> Mem:  16410440k
> Process Size : 73603 K

> So max I can have ~220 process, but if I set max process availability for
> Max Clients is there is any performance issues i am going to face ?

how exactly did you find this "process size"?
Most of OSes have two process sizes: one counts all addess space eaten by
process, second counts only that part that is not shared between processes.
They may differ very much.

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