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From "Greg Rundlett (freephile)" <g...@freephile.com>
Subject [users@httpd] apachectl -k graceful
Date Wed, 02 May 2018 19:12:54 GMT
If I do an apache2ctl -k graceful on Ubuntu (or service httpd restart in
CentOS), using mod_php and a max_execution_time = 30 in php.ini, then is
there any reason why the server would take more than say 1 minute to serve
all requests with the new php.ini + Apache configuration (+ php files)?

I know max_execution_time doesn't include system calls, so if a large file
were being uploaded and simultaneously thumbnailed at various sizes with
imagemagick or something, then it could take more than 30 seconds.

I'm asking because I'm doing DevOps and I don't want to introduce delay
into deployments (which already take 15 minutes), but I feel that if I'm
deploying new PHP files (MediaWiki), then each client request should get a
consistent set of files, rather than mixed content from two different
releases which could happen if I just deploy updates without making a
simultaneous graceful restart.

Thanks,

Greg

Greg Rundlett
https://eQuality-Tech.com
https://freephile.org

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