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Apache "Gracefully finishing" not too much... problems.

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by fenixer, Oct 20, 2007.

  1. fenixer

    fenixer Well-Known Member

    Feb 23, 2007
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    First of all my specs:

    Timeout 12
    KeepAlive Off
    MaxKeepAliveRequests 100
    KeepAliveTimeout 15
    MinSpareServers 20
    MaxSpareServers 30
    StartServers 30
    MaxClients 150
    MaxRequestsPerChild 200
    WHM 11.11.0 cPanel 11.15.0-R17665 at FC6

    The problem is this (from Apache Status):

    Server Built: Oct 19 2007 02:36:32
    Current Time: Saturday, 20-Oct-2007 10:03:38 CEST
    Restart Time: Friday, 19-Oct-2007 16:13:59 CEST
    Parent Server Generation: 8
    Server uptime: 17 hours 49 minutes 39 seconds
    Total accesses: 544740 - Total Traffic: 4.3 GB
    CPU Usage: u282.56 s5.28 cu0 cs.01 - .449% CPU load
    8.49 requests/sec - 69.7 kB/second - 8.2 kB/request
    16 requests currently being processed, 21 idle servers

    Scoreboard Key:
    "_" Waiting for Connection, "S" Starting up, "R" Reading Request,
    "W" Sending Reply, "K" Keepalive (read), "D" DNS Lookup,
    "L" Logging, "G" Gracefully finishing, "." Open slot with no current process
    Srv	PID	Acc	M	CPU	SS	Req	Conn	Child	Slot	Host	VHost	Request
    0-8	7894	0/114/15105	R 	7.66	34	51	0.0	0.56	137.47 	?	?	..reading..
    1-6	3579	0/113/9902	G 	8.50	38445	0	0.0	0.71	69.81	(unavailable)	GET /index.php?option=com_fireboard&Itemid=43&func=post&do=repl
    Well... as you can see, I like to configure a top of 200 for MaxRequestsPerChild, forcing childs to keep fresh and renew them, just to keep clean my memory and resources..

    I do not know if it has to do with it, but I have my servers plenty of "Gracefully finishing" child process... they are there, forever and ever....

    If I try to do a graceful restart to httpd, it really do, but the G child procceses keep being there..... they are something like "terminator childs" eating my resources with no sense at all.

    As you can see at apache status, this "finishing" child is there for 38450 seconds since beginning of most recent request, so.......................... mmmmmmmmmm........ I think the question is obvious.

    Only an httpd restart does the best for this G proccesses.

    Someone could please tell me where is the problem?
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