Bug#307567: apache2-common: Apache processes locks up after some queries
tags 307567 pending
Gabor Lenart wrote:
> In case of pages which require a few seconds to responds (because of
> active content complex enough to generate in only seconds) often locks,
> eating 100% of idle CPU. After some hours, many "dead" processes causes to
> rise load above eg 70, and server starts to become unusable. According to
> debian bug database, I've found a similar bug namely #307567. And yes,
> after removing loading of ldap modules from apache config, the problem
> went away! (modules /usr/lib/apache2/modules/mod_ldap.so and
> /usr/lib/apache2/modules/mod_auth_ldap.so). It's interesting, that there
> was no configuration for using ldap auth just loading the modules. Pages
> which were simply static content was served without problem anyway.
This will be fixed in the next upload, which will make it into Sarge.