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My Django app shuts down after 20 to 30 minutes. I initially thought it was due to high memory consumption but I managed to fix that. Now I'm getting the following error:

AH00286: server reached MaxRequestWorkers setting, consider raising the MaxRequestWorkers setting

Any ideas? Appreciate the input.

asked 06 Nov, 05:55

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That error may simply be a warning, are you sure it is triggered when the app shuts down? You can tail the logs in real-time using SSH and the following command,

tail -f ~/logs/user/*

You may also want to read the mod_Wsgi docs on debugging which suggest many things to resolve an issue such as this.

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answered 06 Nov, 16:00

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