[CentOS] Apache Issue on CentOS 6

Sat Apr 6 05:03:02 UTC 2013
Banyan He <banyan at rootong.com>

I'd recommend you to sort out the connections. Find out if they are 
coming from the same client or the same subnet of the clients. Doing a 
simple tcpdump capture to analyze the data seeing if it's a good R or a 
bad R.

Don't really think it's because of the version.

Banyan He
Blog: http://www.rootong.com
Email: banyan at rootong.com

On 4/6/2013 12:24 PM, linuxsupport wrote:
> I am facing a problem with Apache on CentOS 6
> Apache 2.2.19 is complied from source.
> I see so many reading requests in Apache status page, as per my previous
> experience this "reading request" issue mainly comes when any of the
> internet route having any problem and it request takes time to completely
> reach to Apache, but this time there is no network issue.
> I have ran same setup on CentOS 5 it works well, but on CentOS 6 it show
> 60%+ reading requests, web site has 20-25 requests per second that becomes
> 80+
> I also tried to upgrade Apache to 2.2.24 but it is same on new version as
> well.
> Anyone else has experienced this issue?
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