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From "John Beaulaurier -X (jbeaulau - ADVANCED NETWORK INFORMATION INC at Cisco)" <>
Subject FATAL: emalloc(): Unable to allocate 35 bytes
Date Mon, 13 Jun 2016 16:23:31 GMT

We are running Apache 2.0.63. developer required and this is for use behind the firewall,
with PHP 5.1.5.
We are now running into the FATAL:  "emalloc():  Unable to allocate 35 bytes". Googling I
have seen post
regarding MPM thread count configurations re this issue, but we are no running that module.

I have performed the following with no resolution.

Added RLimitMEM directive and set to "max"

Doubled memory_limit to 512MB
Increased upload_max_filesize to 256M
Increased post_max_size to257M

Updated limits.conf file with the following for root and user httpd child processes are running
soft    nproc   131072
hard    nproc   131072
soft    nofile  131072
hard    nofile  131072

Any other Apache configurations I can try?


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