[mpm-itk] proces strangeness
ml at knoway.info
ml at knoway.info
Wed Jan 20 08:46:44 CET 2010
it tells www-data or root... it's correct because actually I configured
a different user only for a single lo hit vhost and the default is
www-data. So It clould be that I can't see the suid. I did this for last
stage of testing on production server. I got several virtualhost andh i
will configure it with a different user each as far I understand this
another information is that in my error.log apache complains :
server seems busy, (you may need to increase StartServers, or
Min/MaxSpareServers), spawning 8 children, there are 4 idle, and 24
This error appears even if I put enormous values in startservers or
minspareservers and doesn't match with ps aux | grep -c apache2.
It' seams that this entry in error.log is a wrong information, but this
is only my hypothesis.. and I swear it's simply wrong.
On Tue, 2010-01-19 at 20:07 -0330, Lawrence Williams wrote:
> Wrong command. I meant to say try this:
> top | grep apache2
> That will tell us what user is being used for apache processes. I am thinking it will show either apache or nobody.
> ml at knoway.info wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I installed apache-itk on ubuntu hardy lts and configured it with a user
> > as stated on the documentation file.
> > The only way to verify that apache-itk is really running is running from
> > console apache2 -V.
> > But I got a strange number of processes and I never see a process with
> > the user configured on the virtualhost.
> > For example:
> > <IfModule mpm_prefork_module>
> > StartServers 150
> > MinSpareServers 50
> > MaxSpareServers 100
> > MaxRequestsPerChild 0
> > </IfModule>
> > but , from console:
> > ps aux | grep -c apache2
> > 70
> > I was expecting 150+50=200 processes, with the userid stated in
> > apache2.conf.
> > Moreover, using mod-status I obtain :
> > 45 requests currently being processed, 14 idle workers..
> > and I was expecting 50 idle workers..
> > What I'm missing?
> > Is there a way to log the uid transitions, as for debugging porposes
> > only?
> > Thanks
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