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From "William A. Rowe, Jr." <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Apache2 hangs once in a while
Date Tue, 22 May 2007 23:22:52 GMT wrote:
>> On 4/5/07, <> wrote:
>>> The problem I have is that the server doesn't respond sometimes. Maybe
>>> this happens after I have done a lot of mysql database requests in a 
> short
>>> time but since I can't reproduce the error by putting many requests in 
> I
>>> think this is not the cause.
> Just for the record if someone else has this problem :)
> The temporarly frozen apache was caused by mod_ntlm when it is in NTLM 
> authentication mode. After I changed it to BASIC (still checking against 
> the active directory) it runs smooth.

You are limited to 10 NTLM/login sessions on a windows desktop os (this
is enforced at the GNI provider layer).  Are you actually running on Windows
Server?  If not this will continue to be a problem for you with ntlm auth.
With windows server, you are limited to whatever number of *authenticated*
connections that specific OS permits.

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