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Old 7th April 2011, 16:40
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Default Unneeded Apache 2 Modules

I am running Apache 2.2.16 on Debian Squeeze with ISPConfig 3.0.3 and am looking to reduce my apache2 process memory footpint. Currently, running 'ps -ylC apache2 --sort:rss' gives me:
Code:
S    33 13100 24996  0  80   0 10452 65841 -      ?        00:00:00 apache2
S    33 13089 24996  0  80   0 10724 65963 -      ?        00:00:00 apache2
S    33 13088 24996  0  80   0 10728 65963 -      ?        00:00:00 apache2
S    33 13087 24996  0  80   0 10740 65963 -      ?        00:00:00 apache2
S    33 13090 24996  0  80   0 10824 65965 -      ?        00:00:00 apache2
S    33 13096 24996  0  80   0 12212 65920 -      ?        00:00:00 apache2
S    33 13065 24996  0  80   0 14848 66758 -      ?        00:00:00 apache2
S     0 24996     1  0  80   0 17704 65808 -      ?        00:00:01 apache2
S    33 13061 24996  0  80   0 21816 68390 -      ?        00:00:00 apache2
S    33 13085 24996  1  80   0 29464 69924 -      ?        00:00:00 apache2
S    33 12776 24996  0  80   0 30200 70431 -      ?        00:00:00 apache2
S    33 12775 24996  0  80   0 30544 69999 -      ?        00:00:00 apache2
S    33 12271 24996  0  80   0 39424 72353 -      ?        00:00:00 apache2
S    33 13084 24996  1  80   0 43220 73327 -      ?        00:00:00 apache2
S    33 13063 24996  1  80   0 43400 73343 -      ?        00:00:01 apache2
S    33 13095 24996  2  80   0 43936 73552 -      ?        00:00:00 apache2
S    33 12774 24996  0  80   0 44200 73539 -      ?        00:00:00 apache2
S    33 13101 24996  3  80   0 45212 73882 -      ?        00:00:00 apache2
S    33 13059 24996  1  80   0 45712 74024 -      ?        00:00:00 apache2
S    33 13099 24996  3  80   0 45872 74077 -      ?        00:00:00 apache2
S    33 13094 24996  4  80   0 46148 74140 -      ?        00:00:00 apache2
S    33 12781 24996  1  80   0 50676 75153 -      ?        00:00:01 apache2
My enabled modules are currently:
Code:
actions.conf          authz_user.load  include.load      proxy.load
actions.load          autoindex.conf   mime.conf         reqtimeout.conf
alias.conf            autoindex.load   mime.load         reqtimeout.load
alias.load            cgi.load         negotiation.conf  rewrite.load
auth_basic.load       deflate.conf     negotiation.load  setenvif.conf
authn_file.load       deflate.load     php5.conf         setenvif.load
authz_default.load    dir.conf         php5.load         status.conf
authz_groupfile.load  dir.load         proxy.conf        status.load
authz_host.load       env.load         proxy_http.load   suexec.load
Apache2.conf has Timeout 30, KeepAliveTimeout 15, MaxKeepAliveRequests 100 and prefork with:
Code:
    StartServers          5
    MinSpareServers       5
    MaxSpareServers      10
    MaxClients          75
    MaxRequestsPerChild 1000
Why are my apache processes running at 50Mb each?

Regards,

Lewis
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