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Old 02-27-2008, 12:20 AM   #1
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Question how to terminate dispatch.fcgi process properly

In my webserver, after accessing the rails application the dispatch.fcgi is not terminated properly...

While starting accessing a web page written in rails, dispatch.fcgi process is starts running,

After closing that web page also the process is not getting terminated...

what should i do to over come this problem.,

Because of this many dispatch.fcgi starts running in couple of hours, and atlast the server gets hang ( the process is not releasing memory, and also occupies the processor ).....

Apache2 is the web service. Am killing those processes manually to avoid problems.,


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