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Dear All,
 
Iam using Apache 1.3.28 / Jserv 1.1.2 On Windows 2000.
I was analyzing server-status of my server, Why I can't see CPU usage data in those details.
I tried to look at some other web sites who uses Apache 1.3.28, I could see the CPU usage in that.
 
Do I need to change in my configuration files Or is it because Iam running on Windows ?
How do I see the CPU usage per request, I need to find out which request is taking more cpu access.
 
Please help me,
thanks in advance,
-kkanagaraj
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by:samri
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hi kkanagaraj,

very interesting observation!

mine was running on win2k, and do not have CPU usage too. It is a standard installation from Apache website;
Server Version: Apache/1.3.24 (Win32)
Server Built: Mar 21 2002 22:14:00

But, this one is running under Cygwin -- which is a Unix emulator on Win32 -- chances are the machine is Windows.

Server Version: Apache/1.3.28 (Cygwin) mod_ssl/2.8.15 OpenSSL/0.9.7c DAV/1.0.3
Server Built: Oct 26 2003 18:15:43

Current Time: Monday, 01-Dec-2003 18:24:27
Restart Time: Friday, 28-Nov-2003 11:06:57
Parent Server Generation: 0
Server uptime: 3 days 7 hours 17 minutes 30 seconds
Total accesses: 8598 - Total Traffic: 71.5 MB
CPU Usage: u1.3 s2.5 cu0 cs0 - .00133% CPU load
.0301 requests/sec - 262 B/second - 8.5 kB/request
1 requests currently being processed, 9 idle servers

more observation can be found here --
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&ie=ISO-8859-1&q=apache+server-status+CPU


I would assume that Win32 native compile won't show the CPU usage :)


and... it is very interesting to find out how many peope out there does not protect the /server-status handle.. gee!

cheers.
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by:periwinkle
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Is ExtendedStatus turned on?  There should be aline that looks like:

ExtendedStatus on

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by:periwinkle
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Whoops - hit enter too quickly.

ExtendedStatus must be turned on in order to see CPU usage;  see:

http://httpd.apache.org/docs/mod/mod_status.html

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by:kkanagaraj
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Hi Samri,

Nice to knw that you hit it correctly. Well, Iam pretty sure that its a problem with Windows.
I have checked up other websites, all are running in Unix box.
Well, regarding access to /Server-status, It is restricted to access only from my corporate sub domain. So, it is no where exposed to Internet world.

Thanks a lot for you immediate reply,
Cheers,
-Kannan Kanagaraj
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samri earned 300 total points
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Kannan,

that was great!

if you are satisfied with the solution, you may close the question.

Otherwise, you may further comment.

I would personally have to apologize for not be able to give a 110% *sure* solution -- but to my experience, it looks like we are on the right track.


cheers.
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by:samri
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Kannan,

forgot to highlight that, I noticed that if Apache is Cygwin version -- the CPU Load DID showed up.  Check the google link again, and you may notice the difference (note the OS).  I guess maybe the cygwin1.dll (the posix emulator) is making that possible.

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by:kkanagaraj
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Samri,

I dont think Iam using Apache Cygwin. Iam using Apache on Windows 2k. I think it uses win32.dll.
what u say
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