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Re: Why would my server be swapping... (thinking about a new subject line)



On Fri, 15 Oct 2004 13:18:47 +0100, James Wilkinson
<james westexe demon co uk> wrote:
> Wouter van Vliet wrote:
> > `ps wfaux` tells shows me 20 procs with the "/usr/sbin/-e" command,
> > hanging under root's httpd each consuming 4.4% mem (abt 30MB). And the
> > same amount of postgres procs, each with 1.1% (just over 10MB). What
> > whould this /usr/sbin/-e command be?
> 
> Good question.
> 
> Googling for it is difficult, but it did come up with
> http://www.apache-httpd.com/msg/9491.html , which suggests
> > This was a bug in versions of mod_perl older than 1.99_14, I believe.
> > Have you tried upgrading to the latest mod_perl?
> 
> Note that the current available mod_perl in FC2 is 1.99_12, so it may
> not have this fix.
> 
> > (hmm, drifting off from the swapping thing; you guys think I should
> > take this over to the Apache or ModPerl mailinglist or would anyone
> > around here know some cool techniques to find leaks in Perl code?)
> 
> Well, I wouldn't know any such techniques. I'd ask elsewhere (but keep
> an eye on this thread in case anyone jumps in).
> 

Yeah, googling for the problem is quite hard. I've done some googling,
of course .. but didn't find any results. Anyway, what you found seems
like something I should be doing. Only ... awww that would mean I'd
have to recompile apache, mod_perl, any modules and lose the
consitency and ease that comes with yum... hmm, ... right?

Or join in to the Development yum repository, .. if there is such a
thing. Anybody happens to know the entries for yum.conf I'd need for
that?

Thanks,
Wouter


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