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Bug#90606: marked as done (Strange problem...)

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From: Benjamin Kite <ajax@ajax.org>
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Subject: Strange problem...
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Package: apache
Version: 1.3.9-13.1 

Config with debian2.2 packages:

apache-common 1.3.9-13.1 
apache-perl   1.3.9-13.1
php4          4.0.3pl1
php4-imap     4.0.3pl1
php4-ldap     4.0.3pl1
php4-mysql    4.0.3pl1

We have apache+php4+mysql running on our system. It has a gig of memory
and more than enough disk space to handle the application we're using.
We've never had problems like this before with this configuration:

	- Apache or apache-ssl work fine when used normally

	- When more than fifteen or so users use the machine,
	  it will grow exponentially more consumptive until
	  the machine hangs (everything but ping hangs from
	  the outside)

	- Problem slows then stops as connections are severed.

	- The product runs absolutely fine under Redhat with

	- No out-of-the-ordinary log messages in ANY logs.

I checked the bug listings, but there was no report of this. Since I
am running the debian apache configuration pretty much "out of the box",
I thought this might matter.

I thought that it was apache-ssl originally, so I added apache to run
the connections on :80. The result was that (while apache-ssl was still
running, though not listening to :80) the regular apache server did the
same thing.

Since the apache-ssl process was still running, I guess it could still
be apache-ssl, otherwise, I'm not sure where to start.

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From: Fabio Massimo Di Nitto <fabbione@fabbione.net>
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Subject: Closing bug 90606
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   no information or answer has been received for more than 45 days after
requesting a status. Apparently noone have this problem anymore.

People are welcome to reopen a new bug if problem persist.


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<fajita> Whatever the problem, step one is always to look in the error log.
<user> fajita: step two
<fajita> When in danger or in doubt, step two is to scream and shout.

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