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Old 08-16-2002, 03:51 PM   #1
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child pid xxxxx exit signal File size limit exceeded (25)" problem.

Basically, I have a web server running apache 1.3.23 on Red Hat 7.3. The back end is a remote mySQL server that is installed with RedHat 7.3 install.

The clients generate traffic by sending http requests thru browsing the website on the web server. I see roughly about 100-150 hits per second. The error_log is full of "child pid xxxxx exit signal File size limit exceeded (25)" error.

I have no clue why I'm getting this error. Any help is truely appreciated.

If you need me to send you the httpd.conf file, please let me know


Old 10-31-2002, 05:35 AM   #2
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The same question like you.

I have the same question like you, i need helps.
have you solved this problem?
Could you give me some suggestion?



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