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Re: [Phpgroupware-users] RE: Problems with Apache Processes

From: Dave Hall
Subject: Re: [Phpgroupware-users] RE: Problems with Apache Processes
Date: Tue, 16 Sep 2003 08:15:30 +1000

Bart Bailey <address@hidden> wrote:

> On September 10, 2003 Jorge Izquierdo posted a message about 
> problems 
> with the apache processes.  He was experiencing httpd processes 
> consuming all of the CPU on his system.  I am having a simular 
> problem. 
> An associate of mine tracked the problem down to the calendar 
> program. 
> It works like this:
> In user preferences, if a user selects 00:00 hrs as a workday start 
> or 
> work day end, viewing the day view causes the error.  If the start 
> preference is changed to 01:00 and the end to 23:00 the problem 
> goes 
> away.  I have tried several different combinations of times, and 
> the 
> problem only seems to arise if 00:00 hrs is selected.

Yeah I had a report of this problem also.  It is a boundary condition
bug, which should be fixed.  I think it will take some time track down.
 I have logged a bug at

If people can contribute to tracking it down, then it will probably be
solved more quickly.

I would suggest that no one should really be planning on working 24hour
days, but I know it does happen :)

> I have tried this on 4 separate phpGroupWare 
> instalations( 3 
> with Postgresql and 1 with MySql), all have the same problem. 
> Additionally, changing the persistant connections in the php.ini 
> seems 
> to have not effect.
> Changing the Forced Preferences doesn't seem to fix the problem if 
> the 
> user selects 00:00 as a work time.
> I have looked at the class.uipreferences.php in the calendar 
> directory, 
> but I am unsure where to make changes to the code to fix the 
> problem. 
> Any help??
> Thank You,
> Bart Bailey
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