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Could you please post the output from:  uname -a

There is a lot here that is not stock FreeBSD behavior. Looking at the code for top I cannot see where it would insert brackets around the process name. Top simply reports what it finds in the process record; so I can only assume Apache puts the brackets there.

On a similar vein man top asserts that swapped process are marked as <swapped> but I don't know how it can assert this as this is OS dependant behavior.

The FreeBSD virtual memory manager usually operates very transparently. I wrote a perl program to hog all the memory then ran several instances. I saw none of the behavior exhibited in your listing. The swapping was transparent. The individual process lines showed normal running with full memory allocation. Only the swap statistics showing the the swap being used. When I ran out of swap the process was killed. I am going to play with this more. It seems that Apache does it's own vm. I can't confirm this.



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in thread 'A' web server takes another "time out" by tye

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