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Re: Frequent repository slow downs

From: Scott Lamb <slamb_at_slamb.org>
Date: 2003-08-07 08:20:47 CEST

On Wednesday, Aug 6, 2003, at 17:41 America/Chicago, Bob Wilken wrote:

> Sorry, the concern would be that while taking Apache off-line to work
> on it I am unable to control the access by other clients...
> implication being
> that if someone was in the middle of a transaction against another of
> the hosted 50+ projects when I pull the rug out from them, well I'm
> a bit concerned that I'll likely need to recover that project in
> addition
> to the one that I set out to recover and since I have no way of really
> predicting which projects are being accessed I figured I'd end up
> forcing
> a recovery of all... and likely have several frustrated clients.

Then comment the affected repository out of the Apache configuration,
do an "apachectl graceful", recover, restore the config, and do an
"apachectl graceful" again. There's no need to take down Apache to shut
off access to one repository.

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