How to make Apache (2.2.4) less greedy, or Sendmail less polite?
o.greve at axis.nl
Fri May 4 10:55:21 UTC 2007
This time a question from the Apache side of this issue:
>You'll have to correlate this with HTTP requests apache receives -
maybe there's a PHP script that's unusually CPU
Is there any (easy) way to do this in conjunction with specific PIDs
of stressed httpd instances?
Of course I can take a look at the httpd-access log file, but at
present it doesn't log the PIDs (which can perhaps be changed by
changing the log format), but is there an easier way to
"inspect" (from the prompt) what a specific httpd instance is doing/
PS: This morning (and some of the other past few days as well) I took
a closer look to the server loads, and it looks like during the
better part of the morning the load is virtually 0%, and around
midday (or slighlty before?), all of a sudden Apache starts going
crazy and receives very heavy load. I wonder if this can perhaps be
some DOS attack, and hence I'd like to see what each of the stressed
daemon instances is doing exactly...
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