On Thu, 26 Feb 2004, Erwin Van de Velde wrote:
> I'm running snort, ulogd and samhain on my system, all using persistent db
> connections. Thereby I'm using sqlrelay for my websites (which maintains a
> connection pool: default 3 persistent connections, maximal 15).
> Although I'm now the only one using the webserver (for testing purposes only),
> the number of postmaster processes keeps growing rather fast. It starts at 21
> postmaster processes and then grows within less than a quarter to 50 and so
> on. This leads to the maximum number of connections being reached.
> Checking the connections with netstat, I can only find a few (<10) active at
> any moment. Even when I'm not using sqlrelay, the number of postmasters keeps
> Is this a known problem? What are possible causes, and what can I do about it?
I would tend to think that SQLRelay is having / causing these problems.
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