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Architecture / Installation

Architecture / Installation


TikiWiki MaxClients Issue

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Hello,

I work at a library and just beginning to learn about TikiWiki and how to configure. While configuring TikiWiki and doing some debian updating, I somehow broke access to TikiWiki....here is what is the process...

If I start and stop Apache2 with apache2 -k stop and apache2 start I can then access the default apache2 webpage and a drupal installation I have.....as soon as I try to access TikiWiki the web browser just hangs continually and never errors out.....after I access TikiWiki I then cannot get either a default webpage or the drupal installation....so after accessing TikiWiki something breaks and then nothing works on the web server until I start and stop the apache2 service...

when I look at my error log, I see the following two entries....remember that the MaxClient setting in general must be working before the access of TikiWiki because I can access default page and a Drupal installation....it is only after accessing TikiWiki does everything go south....any help would be much appreciated....


Wed May 02 08:14:37 2007 error server reached MaxClients setting, consider raising the MaxClients setting

Wed May 02 08:25:02 2007 notice Apache/2.0.54 (Debian GNU/Linux) PHP/4.3.10-16 mod_perl/1.999.21 Perl/v5.8.4 configured — resuming normal operations

posts: 130

more pieces to the puzzle.....

The last thing I tried to do within TikiWiki when this happened is add a new RSS module? If this in fact was the problem, can anybody think of a way for me to somehow remove this last option?

>
> Hello,
>
> I work at a library and just beginning to learn about TikiWiki and how to configure. While configuring TikiWiki and doing some debian updating, I somehow broke access to TikiWiki....here is what is the process...
>
> If I start and stop Apache2 with apache2 -k stop and apache2 start I can then access the default apache2 webpage and a drupal installation I have.....as soon as I try to access TikiWiki the web browser just hangs continually and never errors out.....after I access TikiWiki I then cannot get either a default webpage or the drupal installation....so after accessing TikiWiki something breaks and then nothing works on the web server until I start and stop the apache2 service...
>
> when I look at my error log, I see the following two entries....remember that the MaxClient setting in general must be working before the access of TikiWiki because I can access default page and a Drupal installation....it is only after accessing TikiWiki does everything go south....any help would be much appreciated....
>
>
> Wed May 02 08:14:37 2007 error server reached MaxClients setting, consider raising the MaxClients setting
>
> Wed May 02 08:25:02 2007 notice Apache/2.0.54 (Debian GNU/Linux) PHP/4.3.10-16 mod_perl/1.999.21 Perl/v5.8.4 configured — resuming normal operations
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Did you try to use a Tiki RSS feed within the same Tiki site?

If so, maybe you created some sort of a loop. You can instead use modules to have last 10 articles, last 10 wiki page edits, etc

Suggestion: You should go into phpmyadmin and manually delete the RSS feed.

M ;-)