I have been trying to resolve this http issue and we know it is inside apache but we can not determine what it is.
When I restart HTTP everything works perfectly and then an hour later it takes 10 seconds to log one site.
What are your current apache configurations that run and work on your server?
Apache keeps spawning new process to feed the incoming connections, it is highly likely that you have hit a hardware bottleneck.
You could overcome this in three ways, 1. Try to tune apache to be less greedy (something I can not help with). 2. Throw more hardware at the problem (I would guess RAM). 3. Change to Lighttpd or nginx which only run a couple of processes.
I personally use Lighttpd. Resource usage should drop to a very accetpable level and your sites should stay accessable. Note, Alot of linux distros prepackage very old and buggy versions of lighttpd. Try to compile the newest 1.5 version.
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