tuning system for httpd on HPUX 10.01

tuning system for httpd on HPUX 10.01

Post by Albert Lun » Sun, 14 Jan 1996 04:00:00

We are going to be moving a www (and gopher) server to an HP/UX 10.01
system, running the apache httpd and the U of Minn gopherd.

I'm looking for advice on how to configure system or kernel
parameters so the system will degrade gracefully under high loads.

Other things I've read suggested raising the per user limit on
processes, and the total limit on open file discriptors.
(Though I could still use more specific advice on what
these are called under HPUX.)

I'm also interested in any other table sizes that relate
to total TCP connections. Our previous (Sun 4/Sparc) system
seemed sometimes to fill up with a large number of tcp connections
in the final wait after they had closed.



1. Help, Apache HTTPD on HPUX 10.01 !

You will have to give more description of your problem than that.  "It
doesn't work" doesn't say much.  There is no 1.27b, I assume you mean

It works fine on HPUX 10.x for me, you just can't compile it with the
lame compiler HP packages with the OS.

2. emergent help wanted: cdrom drive

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6. Modules

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10. Network Connections and Security Issues (HPUX 10.01)

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12. WANTED: tcsh binary for HPUX 10.01

13. Running tcsh 6.06 on HPUX 10.01