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Re: [Phpgroupware-users] Problems with apache processes

From: Chris Weiss
Subject: Re: [Phpgroupware-users] Problems with apache processes
Date: Wed, 10 Sep 2003 16:16:11 +0000

there is a problem in php's IMAP support that can limit scaling, or at least 
make it
very difficult to do, but it sounds like you're already past that.

IIRC, maybe it's just apache 1.3.x, but doesn't apache have a memory leak issue 
Solaris?  I think the fix was to set the apache clild to a lower Max requests 
so it
removes itself from memory before becomming too much of an issue.

Might be unreleated, but the PHP developers are still not recomending 
for production use... you'll have to ask them for the specific reasons, in 
they claim "stability".

Jorge Izquierdo (address@hidden) wrote:
>Hello everybody. I´m using phpgroupware in an Apache 2.0.46 server with
>PHP 4.3.2 enabled and MySQL 4.0.13 database on a Solaris 8 operating system.
>I have 20000 users using email and calendar applications deployed in my
>environment. The problem is, that after a couple of days working
>everything fine, my httpd process (apache childs) start consuming all
>the CPU of my system and causung everything to work slower and slower.
>Does anybody have a similar problem? Is this a problem of the
>application or maybe the versions I´m using? Does phpgroupware works
>fine in environments similar to mine (20000 users and calendar and email
>Thanks for any suggestion
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