Reading through the ZMT preparations I found this:

6.5 Optimizing the Apache Web Server for the Middle Tier Server

For optimal performance of the ZENworks Middle Tier Server on NetWare,
you must change the Apache Web Server ThreadsPerChild configuration
parameter from the default of 50 to 512.

To optimize the Apache Web Server on NetWare 6.x, you need to edit the
ThreadsPerChild parameter in adminserv.conf. You can find the file in
the sys:\apache\conf folder. The first few configuration parameters in
the file look like this:

ServerType standalone
ServerRoot "sys:/apache"
PidFile logs/
ScoreBoardFile logs/apache_status
Timeout 300
KeepAlive On
MaxKeepAliveRequests 100
KeepAliveTimeout 15
ThreadsPerChild 50

Change the value in the ThreadsPerChild parameter from 50 to 512.

Now I am running Apache2 and it does not have this file in the folder
above. It has it in the sys:adminsrv\conf folder. Also in the file it
does not have a parameter called ThreadsPerChild. It has
MaxRequestsPerChild. MaxRequestsPerChild is currently set at 0. Should I
set it to 512?


John Jakus