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Discussion in 'Workarounds and Optimization' started by prashant_ohol, Sep 9, 2010.

  1. prashant_ohol

    prashant_ohol Active Member

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    Hi All,

    Any best way to prevent apache too many connections for particular website. I have tried the mod_limitconn but no luck.

    Prashant:confused:
     
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    For a particular website, no I don't think. You might like to take a look at this section of WHM though, it could be what you seek:

    WHM > Service Configuration > Apache Configuration > Global Configuration

    CSF can be helpful with this sort of problem as well.

    HTH
     
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    hey Chuck,


    Thanks. I m already using that setting but no luck. Any other..?? I have tested LVE developed by Igor Seletskiy... it works fine.. but its not free.



    Prashant :)
     
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    Could provide a few more details on the "too many connections " issue itself?
     
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    Hi,

    I will get back to you soon on this..



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    The cloudos providers have some apache module along with there OS. May be you need to look it. Also try some proxy servers like nginx too to reduce load.
     
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    you can use mod_bw module for apache, it allows you to set simultaneous connections and ingress traffic limits per second per vhost.
     
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