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Re: Monit httpd server very slow

From: Michael Steinfeld
Subject: Re: Monit httpd server very slow
Date: Sun, 7 Oct 2007 16:06:40 -0400

Well, first I would see what the connection is like from the
localhost. If the localhost is slow, than you can rule out FW ACL's.
Check memory issues, if you are swapping heavily, then monit will
suffer serious latency.

check monitrc config "monit -t" Make sure that all services you have
configured for monit have the correct PATH setup to the application.

One easy check aside from monit -t, is to backup your existing monitrc
and create a very limited one and then test.

make sure you have the latest monit release installed. I prefer
compiling from source and not use existing binaries. I have had some
issues with older binaries on RHEL 4.

Probably other things to consider, but that is my immediate check list
of the top of my head.

It would be helpful to know what version of monit you are using and
your OS, ram etc..

maybe even a quick 'free -m' to see memory usage as well.

On 10/7/07, MosheC <address@hidden> wrote:
> The web pages from the monit httpd server take ages to load.
> Apache pages or "simple server" programs load immediately.
> How can i debug this ?
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