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Reply to topic   Topic: Apache consuming 92% of CPU load

Joined: 01 Feb 2024
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PostPosted: Thu 01 Feb '24 15:05    Post subject: Apache consuming 92% of CPU load Reply with quote

- Apache version: 2.4.58
- Operating system: Windows 10 Pro 22H2
- Indications in the log files (error.log, access.log and httpd-vhosts.conf): https://apaste.info/Iqqk
- Version of PHP: 8.3.0 TS x64
- Version of Wampserver: 3.3.2 x64
- Version of Laravel: 10.43.0

Hi, I installed a fresh Laravel with a simple javascript making two requests expecting a json (https://apaste.info/KlNm). On each request Apache HTTP Server is consuming more and more from CPU, until the page doesn't load at all and with 4 reloads Apache reaches 92% of CPU load. To confirm it's not php or framework's fault I switched to FCGI and the page reloads fine. Anyone have any idea about this?

ps: I found a discussion on Laragon repository with kinda the same problem but using PHP ^8.3.1 https://github.com/leokhoa/laragon/discussions/663
Maybe it started with 8.3.0 branch.

Update: I found that Xdebug it's actually causing this Apache overload. By now, there's no update that fix this. https://bugs.xdebug.org/view.php?id=2216
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James Blond

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

PostPosted: Sat 17 Feb '24 0:00    Post subject: Reply with quote

Using f(ast)fcgi(d) for PHP is the recommended way. There are options to kill such zombie processes. But in this case it is a "nice" memory leak.

Xdebug is only meant for development. Don't use xdebug in production.
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