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Old 10th January 2007, 17:52
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Question MaxClients set to appropriate level, but ISPconfig is crashing from it (I think)

Hi All,

I running ISPConfig and have set my maxclients setting in httpd.conf to an appropriate level: appropriate level meaning my total RAM divided by 2-3 Mbs for each client.

In my case this works out to 2000.

Lately ISPconfig has been crashing - and when I checked the error log I saw notes that "MAX Clients has been reached" and the server goes down.

Is there any way of turning off the function that shuts the server down? Or, a way to set up Max Clients so that the server can accomodate the requests?

Maybe something with Swap?

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