The amount of requests per second for an Apache virtual host is high. Apache HTTP Server performance may be adversely affected.
Requests per second are the amount of HTTP requests the Virtual Host handles per second. Apache virtual hosts uses child processes to handle incoming HTTP requests.
The monitor threshold is analyzed against an average of values returned in polls to the agent where the Number of Samples parameter controls the number of samples included in the calculation of the average.
An unhealthy state indicates that the amount of requests per second is currently high. This may be caused by increased traffic on the virtual host. The default threshold may not be appropriate for every Apache HTTP Server instance.
To address high requests per second on a virtual hosts choose one or more of the following options:
Move applications to one or more additional servers.
Adjust the monitor Threshold to a value appropriate for the instance