webserver asks me to download file?
migalvarado at gmail.com
Sat Aug 9 20:29:35 UTC 2008
if you have a web site running in your domain
and it is visited so many time...
the problem wasn't is the router
the problem may be in your conection (from ISP or Service Provider)
how many MB?
a big router don't save the problem!
the overloaded sessions depict a queue problem
all query's arrive to your access point in yout network and don't have a
right time answers from your Web Server
check out!.. any firewall in the middle or filter politics!?
review the config of your access network devices!
for instance... a Cisco PIx firewall have many timers, to timeout incomplete
if you don't customize this timers.. the answers for this kind of sessions,
then, the web browsing expirience is so bad...
2008/8/9 Ben Adams <freebsdworld at gmail.com>
> yes, if you reload the pages they will load fine. http://www.BSDWorld.NET/
> I looked at my router looks like its being overloaded with sessions (small
> Looking at buying a new one. Anyone know of a good router or company? ($500
> Ben Adams
> Vlad GURDIGA wrote:
>> On Sun, Aug 10, 2008 at 12:41 AM, Ben Adams <benjamindadams at gmail.com>
>>> I have just created: www.BSDWorld.NET
>>> I'm running FreeBSD 7.0 amd64
>>> When I load any page sometimes it asks me to download the php file. (but
>>> only client side view)
>>> nothing in apache error log.
>> Do you have something like this in your httpd.conf?
>> AddType application/x-httpd-php .php
>>> If my router speed matters, it's not fast I maybe maxing it out for
>>> Also ram will also never free up: (have to reboot to free the ram)
>>> last pid: 2420; load averages: 0.00, 0.00, 0.00 up 0+02:48:12
>>> 63 processes: 1 running, 62 sleeping
>>> CPU states: 0.0% user, 0.0% nice, 0.0% system, 0.1% interrupt, 99.9%
>>> Mem: 54M Active, 3417M Inact, 312M Wired, 316K Cache, 214M Buf, 4130M
>>> Swap: 4096M Total, 4096M Free
>>> Thanks for any help to this.
>>> Ben Adams
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