[mod_python] Mod_python and Sub-Interpreter segregation

Michael C. Neel neel at mediapulse.com
Wed Sep 18 13:57:35 EST 2002

I think you might be able to get the effect you want with the
ServerLimit setting, although I still don't recommend constraining
apache.  To do a hit counter, bumping a number in a flat file would
probably be best.  I'm not sure what the overall goal is, but there are
also other options for managing state.

Yea, ever since I met ab we have been very close.

Michael C. Neel
There are only 10 types of people in the world;
those who understand binary and those who don't.

-----Original Message-----
From: Bryan Mongeau [mailto:bryan at eevolved.com] 
Sent: Tuesday, September 17, 2002 5:07 PM
To: mod_python at modpython.org
Subject: Re: [mod_python] Mod_python and Sub-Interpreter segregation

On September 14, 2002 03:07 am, Michael Neel wrote:
> Thank will work great, until you hit the 65th concurrent connection,
> wich point apache will give you another child.

Thanks Mike. It seems as if even when MaxClients is set to 64 apache
will fork 
another child anyway on the 65th concurrent connection... Why? Do you
what is going on here? I would like to simply work around the issue by 
limiting the amount of concurrent clients.

> (just a side note, to test a web server I use the ab tool
> that comes with apache; it will let you set the concurrent number of
> theard to try and get at once).

Thanks alot, ab is my newest friend :)
Bryan Mongeau
eEvolved Inc. - IT Consulting & Custom Software
"10^38 machine instructions would simulate ALL the brains (non-humans 
included) that ever existed, ever since brains were invented in the
Explosion 570 million years ago." -- K. Eric Drexler

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