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From Satish Chhatpar 02 <Chhatp...@cpwplc.com>
Subject Which one is used by Default on Apache 2.4.6 ? MPM worker or MPM prefork
Date Fri, 08 Dec 2017 16:05:47 GMT
We have are using Apache 2.4.6 on  Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 7.2 (Maipo)


My objective is to find out the default values for maxrequestworkers, as we have not configured
any specific value.


and Also we have not configured any specific MPM, so My question is


Which one is used by Default on Apache 2.4.6 ?  MPM worker or MPM prefork



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