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Morgon

  • Registered on: 2008-12-03
  • Last connection: 2010-04-30

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2010-05-04

21:34 Lighttpd Support: RE: Connection limit issues, lighty not honoring timeouts
Thanks for the.. response.
The thing that annoys me the most is that this software configuration (minus some minor...
18:41 Lighttpd Support: Connection limit issues, lighty not honoring timeouts
Hi there,
I'm having a little trouble understanding some of the 'idle' configuration options, as I thought this wo...

2009-07-31

17:51 Lighttpd Support: RE: cgi Children forking children?
I am still having a lot of trouble with this very odd process behavior.
I've upgraded my kernel to 2.6.18-128 (Cen...

2009-07-30

15:21 Lighttpd Support: RE: cgi Children forking children?
I don't think it's PHP. This may even be a kernel issue - at this moment, it's the only major thing that differs. [Up...

2009-07-29

23:24 Lighttpd Support: RE: cgi Children forking children?
nitrox wrote:
> I hope you made sure in what cases max-worker might help.
Yep - "This is usually only needed on ...
18:09 Lighttpd Support: RE: cgi Children forking children?
Hi Olaf,
Unfortunately, as I mentioned before, the nature of the application requires a large number of processes ...

2009-07-27

22:45 Lighttpd Support: cgi Children forking children?
Odd name for a thread, but I'm having a horrible time with a high-perf install.
After about 10 minutes or so (which ...

2009-01-19

20:38 Lighttpd Support: RE: Lighttpd not using my server - slowing right down under load with low CPU user figures and plenty of spare RAM. Help please!
I understand, but the need for SMP support outweighs those warnings. I've definitely seen an improvement using max-wo...
15:56 Lighttpd Support: RE: Lighttpd not using my server - slowing right down under load with low CPU user figures and plenty of spare RAM. Help please!
With an 8-core system, I might also suggest server.max-worker
I know there are downsides to using it (such as pote...

2009-01-17

17:09 Lighttpd Support: Assigning 'weight' to external FCGI backends?
Is there a way to assign a weight to fastcgi backends? I have been asked to move some of my processes to some tempora...

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