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comment Apache - Phantom long requests returning 408?
I have done some further investigation and I have found that it's also possible for browsers to open up a connection to the webserver in anticipation of needing a connection soonish. In any case, you're right, such connections that don't actually contain a valid HTTP request thus don't end up with a valid request in the logfile as well, and are unlikely to be causing high CPU usage.
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comment OSX how to show apache status in terminal?
Thanks for this. I was running into this issue myself, and turns out that an update to homebrew SQLite was causing homebrew PHP to kick up an Apache error that didn't show up anywhere except in configtest.
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comment Is there a forum software similar to Vanilla or bbPress?
I was more worried about memory/CPU footprint. It's not necessarily a problem now, but I might be migrating off my dedicated server to a VPS soonish, and I'd like all the free RAM I can get.
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comment Samba performance is slow with an OSX 10.6 client
You were the most helpful so you get the check!
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comment Samba performance is slow with an OSX 10.6 client
Here is some juicy dstat information here. The first dataset is what I get when I transfer files directly to the samba server on the host, the second is what I get when I transfer them to the guest from the host point of view, and the third is like the second but from the guest point of view. I am using CentOS 5.6 with kvm.x86_64 83-224.el5.centos.