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Redirecting when MaxClients reached

kranthidevarapalem kumar

Joined: Dec 04, 2009
Posts: 6
Hi Friends
in my apache httpd.config file i am having a setting of MaxClients where i can set the maximum number of requests at a time its maximum values is 256. and now what i want is i want to set this value to a certain number say around 10 and once the maximum number is reached i want to redirect the page to a certain specific page that i set. right now i have set the level to 2 when i open 3 browsers parallel the third browser is not opening and it is also not showing any error pages. so i want to show a page containing a messege "please wait for some time" . can any one help me in this regard.

Thanks In Advance

Thanks & Regards
D.Kranthi Kumar.
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