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TCP settings for httpd server running Solaris 10

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We have had issues with system resources, primarily RAM, maxing out and effectively overwhelming an Apache web server.
We have noticed that some of the default TCP time settings on Solaris 10 seem really high. Is there any sort of standard TCP settings that have been adopted, or suggested, for a Solaris 10 system running Apache 2.2?Can anyone share what they have done?

posted Aug 20, 2013 by Sheetal Chauhan

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