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Old 19th February 2010
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I noticed my httpd server is running times 8 atm.
Please explain this to me?
From my experience a server cannot be run simultanius unless the port differ.
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If you mean the number of httpd entries in the process table, as reported by ps, top, etc. It might be worth noting that Apache is a multiple process based thing for performance reasons, and the number of httpd's forked can be configured through the configuration file.


'tis basic web server design.
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