Apache MaxKeepAliveRequests

The option MaxKeepAliveRequests specifies the number of requests allowed per connection when the KeepAlive on has been set. When the value of this option is set to 0 then unlimited requests are allowed on the server.

For better server performance, it’s recommended to allow unlimited requests or you can always define it with a high value, for example, 10,000, acheter du cialis.


Comments

  1. dc says:

    If you have Solaris as you operating system you should set MaxKeepAliveRequests to 5000..10000 requests, by:

    MaxKeepAliveRequests 5000

    or

    MaxKeepAliveRequests 10000

    due to memory leeks.

  2. ganool says:

    i think 300 is enought

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