Sharley wrote:The Win32DisableAcceptEx setting is now configured in the \xampp\apache\conf\extra\httpd-mpm.conf file in the only relevant section for Windows near the end of the file not in the httpd.conf file.
The conf files in the Extra folder are read and actioned after the httpd.conf file and will override any settings found in that file.
XAMPP for Windows is configured for development use at localhost only, not for use as a production server and this support forum usually only supports that development environment use.
The default XAMPP settings are therefore mainly for that development purpose.
If you scan through the httpd-*.conf files you may find some performance settings that may be related to your issue that you can experiment with.
Also in the \xampp\mysql folder are some sample my*.ini files that may suit your purpose better - just to add the only my.ini file that is read by MySQL is that contained in the \xampp\mysql\bin folder
So if you experiment with those alternate my.ini files then you would need to rename the original my.ini file in the bin folder, also renaming the alternate ini file to be copied to the bin folder as the replacement my.ini file - restart MySQL and Apache if you change any ini or conf settings.
I also suggest you remove the links to your configuration files as they are not needed for the purposes of troubleshooting your issue.
I have found that Google searching showed some useful results re performance of Apache and MySQL in a production environment.
You could also use a more robust free production server by using the Zend Community Edition web server, which is also more secure than the development environment only XAMPP suite.
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