antonette.Gislas answered on October 8th 19 at 03:23
C what makes you think that slowing down the network? Try it in parallel with the stress test (full) to ping the server. If under load pings are stable, then the network is all right. And Apache may have 100 reasons why it's slow.
Posomtrite the output from top load to begin with, how much time it sits in the core of the processes above, how to use the swap.
margot.Hilpert answered on October 8th 19 at 03:25
put some kind of monitoring system server, such as munin, cacti, zabbix, and so on the charts you can see what resources are missing.
you have not written anything about on the server. There you have the apache spinning? Periodic failures can be related to MaxRequestsPerChild — like...
Cortney answered on October 8th 19 at 03:29
>periodically (about every 100-200 request) sags network for 3-4 seconds.
what you describe sounds like the rebirth of the worker.
"MaxRequestsPerChild controls how frequently the server recycles processes by killing old ones and launching new ones."