jesus at omniti.com
Tue May 29 10:06:41 EDT 2001
On Tuesday, May 29, 2001, at 06:47 AM, Xabier Vázquez Gallardo wrote:
> I'm ussing spread to concentrate my apache logs, but my apaches
> the log file in buffered mode (64K). I have ~1000 apache instances and
> sometimes I have a bunch of data to send to spread ~128K and even more.
Are you using mod_log_spread or are you logging the messages yourself
via custom code? mod_log_spread does not respect "buffered mode" even
if you ask it to. However, if you are using buffered mode to a pipe or
a program, and the program logs messages to Spread, things could be
buffered. Is this the case?
> clients must handle all these lines in realtime. I notice that my
> sometimes get disconnected from spread. How can I increse the spread
> #define MAX_SESSION_MESSAGES 1000
> in spread_params.h?
This one will help a bit.
> What about:
> #define WATER_MARK 500
Not this one.
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2047R/33131B65/71 F7 95 64 49 76 5D BA 3D 90 B9 9F BE 27 24 E7
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