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mod_qos. QS_SrvMinDataRate: unexpected connection status.

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PostPosted: Fri 07 Dec '18 3:30    Post subject: mod_qos. QS_SrvMinDataRate: unexpected connection status. Reply with quote

Hello everybody.

I would be really thankful for any help on the following.

The mod_qos in Apache 2.2.22 works for about 24 hours, then something happens and it triggers the following:

QS_SrvMinDataRate: unexpected connection status! Connections=258, cal. request rate=1182, max. limit=1200. Check log for unclean child exit and consider to do a graceful server restart if this condition persists.

There is absolutely nothing in my logs saying about unclean child exits. But this above-line keeps on filling out the logs at a rate of 1 line per second and it becomes real huge of up to 1 GB and more within minutes before I restart my apache. I am alerted that my memory is growing at incredibly high speeds! Could anybody advise please, where the problem could possibly be? Then after I restart my apache it goes back to normal operations for about another 24 hours and then this scenario repeats all over again.

I would highly appreciate any comments / assistance / suggestions. Many thanks in advance!
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James Blond

Joined: 19 Jan 2006
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Location: Germany, Next to Hamburg

PostPosted: Thu 02 May '19 16:08    Post subject: Reply with quote

Maybe you can figure out what it is by chaning the LogLevel to debug.
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