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Size of httpd proccesses is constantly increasing

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Shurik, Aug 4, 2002.

  1. Shurik

    Shurik Member

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    Can anybody help me?

    I run ps command from time to time on my server and I noticed that size of httpd proccesses in memory are constantly increasing. When I do stop/start for the Apache the size of httpd is around 7-8 Mb but in 24 hours it is near 100 Mb.

    This have began after upgrading Apache to 1.3.26 using standart CPanel upgrate.
     
  2. feanor

    feanor Well-Known Member

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    That is extremely normal. Like any other webserver, apaches continues to gobble memory, largely to make access quicker to those clients on the other end who frequently access the machine- caching information it's pulling up from the drives in memory is much quicker than having to read them from disk again each and every time a customer requests the data from a particular site.

    It's what a webserver does.... just be happy you aren't using IIS
    That train runs away much, much quicker
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