Re: [nslu2-linux] Re: apache worker MPM
> the only changes concerning the mpm in httpd.conf wasYes, those are the changes to httpd.conf I was referring to. Their
> done in release 53-8 under # worker MPM
> [root@naslug apache2]$ diff httpd.conf_org_2.0.53-7
> < StartServers 2
> < MaxClients 150
> < MinSpareThreads 25
> < MaxSpareThreads 75
> > StartServers 1
> > MaxClients 25
> > MinSpareThreads 2
> > MaxSpareThreads 5
effect is to limit the number of processes and threads that apache will
> Parameters are working well for me. Output of top is aGood!
> little bit confusing with 25 processes consuming each
> 50% of (shared) memory.
This is actually 1 process with 25 threads. In linux, threads appear as
extra processes. So you have 1 apache process using 50% of memory. If
you want to reduce the memory usage, you could disable some apache
and/or php modules.
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> They are the options mentioned by Franz Ks, in an earlier email. IfThanx Josh,
> can't figure this out yourself from reading httpd.conf, then you
> probably just (I)nstall the new copy of httpd.conf when you install
> apache ipk.
i have changed the option how KS has wrote. Now, the apache use less
memory as before.