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From Tamas Kocsis <mr.tamas.koc...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Server status - meaning of Reading Request state
Date Thu, 13 Jul 2017 07:26:34 GMT
Testing by telnet is a good hint, thanks!
But I'm not sure how to send half a request...

I see now what SS is for, thanks.
But if we take that column SS out of the picture and let's say I'm
reloading server-status periodically and see that
 - a request comes in, status is Reading
 - refreshing server-status in every secs and see the very same request in
the same Reading state
 - I can see this pending Reading status for 2-3 minutes
Then what does this mean?

As you wrote
 >  The status goes from READ to WRITE "shortly after" the headers have been
completely read by Apache.
for me this sounds like Apache is trying to read req. headers during that
time.
I would assume this is not a problem in Apache, but probably due to client
or network issues "only" and also has nothing to do with the slowly dying
Weblogic behind.
What do you think?

On Wed, Jul 12, 2017 at 7:21 PM, Eric Covener <covener@gmail.com> wrote:

> On Wed, Jul 12, 2017 at 10:46 AM, Tamas Kocsis
> <mr.tamas.kocsis@gmail.com> wrote:
> > If I keep and eye on server status page and see that e.g. these ? reading
> > requests pending for more than a minute:
> >
> > Srv PID     Acc       M  CPU    SS   Req  Conn Child   Slot   Client
> VHost
> > Request
> > ------------------------------------------------------------
> -----------------------------------------------------
> > 0-0 7078016 0/0/3669  R  0.03   29   493   0.0 0.00    42.55  ?      ?
> > ..reading..
> > 1-0 3408764 0/49/3988 R  0.05   50   3     0.0 0.16    96.62  ?      ?
> > ..reading..
> >
> > Does that actually mean Apache is trying to read req. headers for more
> than
> > a minute?
> I don't think so, I think it means 1 minute ago a response completed
> on that slot.  You can quickly test by telnet'ing to httpd and issuing
> half a request and reloading server-status periodically. The SS will
> be larger than expected because ti's not from the beginning of the
> current request being read.
>
> --
> Eric Covener
> covener@gmail.com
>
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