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When performing a graceful restart, existing connections should run to normal completion at which point their workers will terminate. New workers should already be started to handle new connections. You shouldn't notice any connection failures or slow page loads but in practice you may see new connections queue briefly while the config is re-loaded by the ...


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I'm not sure why you'd want to do this. SharePoint recommends a file size limitation of 50MB, you are already at twice that. The reason is that, even though SQL can handle up to 2GB, it's very taxing on the SQL server and negatively affects performance. You only want to store documents on SharePoint, not executables or other files. It's not designed to ...


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If Apache is serving static files, and isn't acting as the front to something like passenger, it's pretty smooth. Most users won't even notice, and those that do will consider it normal glitchiness. Apache won't serve new requests until the old ones are served, so you'll be waiting until they all finish up. If someone is downloading a 500MB file at 68KB/s ...



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