Re: NetviewWebServer daemon and OVs_NON_WELL_BEHAVED...

1999-06-30 02:07:53
Subject: Re: NetviewWebServer daemon and OVs_NON_WELL_BEHAVED...
From: Vladimir Petr <petr AT DATASYS DOT CZ>
To: nv-l AT lists.tivoli DOT com
Date: Wed, 30 Jun 1999 08:07:53 +0200
the number of httpd processes is set in the /usr/OV/web/httpd/conf/httpd.conf 
under the
Also, look at MinSpareServers, MaxSpareServers, MaxClients that relate to the 
number of
processes. What these parameters mean is explained in the file.

As to "OVs_NON_WELL_BEHAVED". It's nothing bad with this. It means that the 
process under
consideration is not fully integrated with ovspmd. He is started by ovspmd 
becoming his
child and then goes into the background. ovspmd can then just kill it. There is 
communication through API between the child and ovspmd (unlike 
processes that  communicate with ovspmd through OVsPMD_API). You will read more 
in the
Administrator's Guide and Reference.

Best regards,

Gord Michaels wrote:

> Hello All.
> I am running Netview 5.1.1. When I startup the GUI (netview), the
> WebServer
> daemon automatically starts up. But I get 6 or 7 instances of it when I
> do a
> 'ps -ef|grep http'. Why am I getting more than one instance of it?
> Also, when I do a ovstatus, some of the daemons are
> What does this mean exactly, becasue they are running and everything
> seems
> fine??
> Any info appreciated.
> Sincerely,
> Gord.
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