Re: mystery NCSA httpd problems on

John Labovitz (
Mon, 30 Jan 1995 23:52:13 +0100 (Robert S. Thau) said:

> Incidentally, killing off the server process and restarting it always
> gets things moving again (at least it does here), so that action seems
> to clear whatever inside the kernel is causing the bottleneck.

Yes, that's true for us too. I *think* I even
cleared the bottleneck by sending a -1 (HUP)
signal to httpd, but I wasn't entirely sure.

By the way, thanks to everyone who's posted
suggestions and ideas. Although we haven't
yet licked the problem, it's nice to see that
we're the only ones experiencing this.

John Labovitz
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O'Reilly & Associates, Sebastopol, California, USA (+1 707 829 0515)