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From Marc Slemko <m...@hyperreal.org>
Subject Re: config/897: Possible Starving Sockets issue. In same conf 1 virtual getting connection regused, others ok. Intermittant
Date Tue, 22 Jul 1997 19:36:08 GMT
Synopsis: Possible Starving Sockets issue.  In same conf 1 virtual getting connection regused,
others ok. Intermittant

State-Changed-From-To: open-analyzed
State-Changed-By: marc
State-Changed-When: Tue Jul 22 12:36:07 PDT 1997
State-Changed-Why:
Is the connection actually refused or just not serviced?
If you telnet to the virtual server, what does it give you?
If the connection is refused, that doesn't sound like a
starved socket problem unless the number of unaccepted
connections is hitting somaxconn; Dean?  What does that
default to in Linux, how can it be changed?

If you could work around your need for a Listen directive
for each server, you would eliminate a _lot_ of overhead.
If the file descriptor limitations are the only reason
you need multipl copies of Apache running, finding a
way to make Linux use more would be a good thing.

Did you ever see this problem before recently?  Have you
changed your Linux kernel recently?


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