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From dgau...@apache.org
Subject Re: general/3709: Spontaniously Starts up new top level HTTPD processes which eats up CPU time & never ends
Date Wed, 21 Apr 1999 04:29:09 GMT
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Synopsis: Spontaniously Starts up new top level HTTPD processes which eats up CPU time &
never ends

Comment-Added-By: dgaudet
Comment-Added-When: Tue Apr 20 21:29:08 PDT 1999
Comment-Added:
I've seen similar problems under solaris 2.6 when the system
is really low on swap -- try "swap -s".

When this happens, can you kill off one of the rogue children,
and will another rogue be spawned?  If so, attach "truss -f"
to the parent, use -o to put the output somewhere.  Then
kill off a rogue child, wait for another to spawn.  Let it
be a rogue for a few seconds, then kill off the truss.
Put the output on a web page and send us the URL... thanks.

Dean


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