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[nycphp-talk] Finding current status of httpd

Rolan rolan at datawhorehouse.com
Mon Aug 18 12:48:55 EDT 2003


You can go into the http logs and grep for the process number.
That might give a clue.
Do something like a "tail -100 access_log | grep <pid that is hogging 
all cpu>"



Chris Snyder wrote:

> Without compiling in mod_status support, which I will do in absence of a
> quicker fix, is there any way to tell what request a particular httpd
> process is serving?
>
> Googlebot is using up 100% of my CPU, I'm curious to see what it is
> getting hung up on.
>
> By the way, I've tried lsof -p <pid of process> but it doesn't tell me
> what file is being served, it just lists all the logs and the connection
> to the Googlebot.
>
>    chris.
>
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