At 08:34 AM 2/21/2008, Forrest Aldrich wrote:
I recently recomplied the apache20 port (updated) with no compile-time
changes. Since that time, I noticed it was hogging 98% of the CPU and
hanging. I adjusted the various Max/Min server levels and that seemed to
fix it - except at midnight when the logs are rotated and the server is
sent a HUP signal. When that happens, all the processes die except one
and it hangs at 90% CPU. I kill it off, restart it manually and it
Here's a recent output of "top" :
PID USERNAME THR PRI NICE SIZE RES STATE C TIME WCPU COMMAND
94711 www 1 117 0 41036K 13852K RUN 0 1:43 98.69% httpd
The only thing that has changed on the system is an upgrade from MySQL-4.1
to MySQL-5.1, which I wouldn't expect httpd to be affected by, but I could
be wrong. To be sure, I recompiled it, PHP and any dependencies that PHP
has, but I'm still seeing the same result.
I tried compiling MySQL-5.1 with and without pthreads and see the same CPU
I wonder if I've hit a bug or if I've possibly messed something up (as
careful as I've been anyway).
What is showing in the apache logs when this happens?
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