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From traw...@apache.org
Subject Re: general/8826: Threaded mpm creates large number of processes.
Date Wed, 21 Nov 2001 17:29:35 GMT
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Synopsis: Threaded mpm creates large number of processes.

Comment-Added-By: trawick
Comment-Added-When: Wed Nov 21 09:29:35 PST 2001
Comment-Added:
Here is some more info about Linux ps and how to distinguish between processes and threads...

Try 
ps ax -O ppid,flags,wchan | grep httpd

A "process" with "rt_sig" in the 4th column is actually a
thread and not a process in its own right.

Also, threads will list their owning process in the ppid
column (2, in this example).



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