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From raulmt <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] TCP Connections per hostname?
Date Thu, 24 Sep 2009 22:03:29 GMT

No, maybe I didn't explained it very well. Second try:

Apache as a loadbalancer in my case, receives requests on one IP but with
many different hostnames (like a hosting company who hosts many domains on
one server).
I did a stress test with JMeter to see how many concurrent users my
application supports. And what i found is this: if I set Jmeter to
sufficient concurrent requests to my server on one of the domains it hosts
(say,, Apache hangs and doesn't respond anymore to any other
request on BUT, if i make a normal request to,
also hosted on the same server, Apache responds normally... but on doesn't respond anymore until I restart Apache.

So, it appers that Apache blocks the requests only to that domain...

Thank you for your response, I hope this explanation is more understandable.

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