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Slow performance in Apache after IDAM Integration?

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We have a tomcat and apache server on same physical machine. After integration with IDAM, whenever user is accessing the link through IDAM application it is either very slow or not accessible. After Apache restart it start working but after 3-4 hours again same issue occurs.

Tried to do some tuning as follows but no luck.

Timeout 120 
KeepAlive Off 
MaxKeepAliveRequests 100 
KeepAliveTimeout 15 
posted Aug 19, 2014 by Arjuna

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