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Tunning apache server to handle heavy load
Joined: Jul 27, 2012
Aug 08, 2012 01:38:34
My problem is : when number of simultaneous user exceed 1024 my apache server stop responding
i using apache2 to host my site .
i have server with good configuration(128gb ram). i want to utilize it properly . current my apache server can serve only 1024 simulateous user . i want to increase it till 6000.
in httpd.conf i have change follwing parameter
but it did not work . still my server stop responding at 1024 connection
using following command to check httpd commection
]# ps aux | grep 'httpd' | wc -l
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