I have an application which creates job queues via the API. I have noticed that if more than 5 job queues are running at the same time the application and Zend Server console becomes unresponsive until 1 or more of the job queues finish.
I have paid contractors to review the Linux server, the mySQL server for slow queries etc.. and all say that there is nothing wrong. Database is normalized, indexes are there for each query. Use of LOAD INFILE is used at the end - the application has been designed to use the database as minimal as possible. So all I can see is that there is some restriction with the Zend Server and the amount of calls to the server? What concerns me is that its not just the zend admin that is unresponsive but the entire application.
I have also seen this article: http://files.zend.com/help/Zend-Platfor ... tunnel.htm
Which talks about FastCGI configuration.
I had set the max number of Job Queues at 10 - rebooted Zend Server etc...
So my thinking is that there is a configuration variable(s) that I need to adjust so more than 5 job queues can run at the same time.
P.S I have no idea what version of Apache I have - I have the latest Zend Server with patch and apache was installed via Zend I have been told.
The url that is called by the job queue instances is within the same Zend Server instance so all components run within the same Zend Server instance.
When I Top the server in the command line the memory is only 50% used and the CPU is 97~.