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From Matty Ronald <matty.r...@gmail.com>
Subject [users@httpd] When and how does the parent pid get notified that it is time for the child to die because MaxRequestsPerChild has been reached?
Date Tue, 13 Jul 2010 04:33:42 GMT
Hi All,

Can anyone help me Why parent httpd process isn't spawning a new
replacement child in a timely fashion, after MaxRequestsPerChild has
been hit and the child worker httpd has exited.

When and how does the parent pid get notified that it is time for the
child to die because MaxRequestsPerChild has been reached?

Does the child send back to the parent that it is servicing it's last
client BEFORE it starts doing so or does the parent in some way keep
track of how many clients the child has serviced or what?




Thanks
Matty.

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