File: Table is full?

File: Table is full?

Post by Ken Bigelo » Fri, 21 Jun 1996 04:00:00




> Hello!  I am kinda new to freebsd, and I have a question...
> I am running a web server, and it is apache.  I run it from inetd.  I
> have a p-133 w/32Megs of ram...  okay!  everytime i look at dmesg or
> the error logs, it says httpd pid xxx uid 0 exited on signal 11
> kernel: File: table is full!  Okay, I recompiled the kernel before,
> using the Generic one and removing everything I didnt need.  ALSO I
> added the two oprions in the kernel for MAX_CHILD_whatever and set it
> at 200...  the MAX_FILES open or whatever i set to 200!  Actually I
> set them as high as 1000 once and no difference...  anyone have a
> clue???

This may have to do with running it under inetd instead of standalone as
FreeBSD and Apache are both set up to do. My server is running a 486DX-50
with 32 MB RAM, and is happily running Apache 1.0.5 in standalone mode,
with no trouble.

As I recall, the Apache docs specified some adjustments to the
configuration to run under inetd; you may have trouble if you didn't make
the changes. You may need to download the original package from
http://www.apache.org and compile that after reconfiguring for inetd.

You may prefer to go back to standalone mode instead. It responds a
little faster that way, and keeps a few child servers idle in case of
simultaneous requests.

I hope this helps!

Ken

 
 
 

File: Table is full?

Post by James Ba » Sun, 23 Jun 1996 04:00:00


Hello!  I am kinda new to freebsd, and I have a question...
I am running a web server, and it is apache.  I run it from inetd.  I
have a p-133 w/32Megs of ram...  okay!  everytime i look at dmesg or
the error logs, it says httpd pid xxx uid 0 exited on signal 11
kernel: File: table is full!  Okay, I recompiled the kernel before,
using the Generic one and removing everything I didnt need.  ALSO I
added the two oprions in the kernel for MAX_CHILD_whatever and set it
at 200...  the MAX_FILES open or whatever i set to 200!  Actually I
set them as high as 1000 once and no difference...  anyone have a
clue???

james

 
 
 

File: Table is full?

Post by J Wuns » Mon, 24 Jun 1996 04:00:00



> Thanks Ken!  I will move it to standalone mode...  I was thinkin'
> about doin' it anyway....  Thanks for the info!

Your sig 11's would make me nervous however.  Unless they are
accompanied by ``out of swap'' messages, they are indications of
memory and/or motherboard hardware faults.

--
cheers, J"org


Never trust an operating system you don't have sources for. ;-)

 
 
 

File: Table is full?

Post by James Ba » Tue, 25 Jun 1996 04:00:00




>> Hello!  I am kinda new to freebsd, and I have a question...
>> I am running a web server, and it is apache.  I run it from inetd.  I
>> have a p-133 w/32Megs of ram...  okay!  everytime i look at dmesg or
>> the error logs, it says httpd pid xxx uid 0 exited on signal 11
>> kernel: File: table is full!  Okay, I recompiled the kernel before,
>> using the Generic one and removing everything I didnt need.  ALSO I
>> added the two oprions in the kernel for MAX_CHILD_whatever and set it
>> at 200...  the MAX_FILES open or whatever i set to 200!  Actually I
>> set them as high as 1000 once and no difference...  anyone have a
>> clue???

>This may have to do with running it under inetd instead of standalone as
>FreeBSD and Apache are both set up to do. My server is running a 486DX-50
>with 32 MB RAM, and is happily running Apache 1.0.5 in standalone mode,
>with no trouble.
>As I recall, the Apache docs specified some adjustments to the
>configuration to run under inetd; you may have trouble if you didn't make
>the changes. You may need to download the original package from
>http://www.apache.org and compile that after reconfiguring for inetd.
>You may prefer to go back to standalone mode instead. It responds a
>little faster that way, and keeps a few child servers idle in case of
>simultaneous requests.
>I hope this helps!
>Ken

Thanks Ken!  I will move it to standalone mode...  I was thinkin'
about doin' it anyway....  Thanks for the info!

James


 
 
 

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