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how to change max no of connections on apache on centos

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i want to change max no of connection on the apache server running on centos
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Under your httpd.conf

<IfModule worker.c>
	StartServers         2
	MaxClients        150     <--- change this 
	MinSpareThreads     25
	MaxSpareThreads     75
	ThreadsPerChild     25
	MaxRequestsPerChild  0
</IfModule>

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Hi
I see some other names conf files I remember from solaris I can just create another file.conf inside the folder and it will work
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thanks guys
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