Issues such as the one discussed in this chapter can be a bit tricky, as they generally have two paths to resolution. There is a long-term fix and a short-term fix; both are necessary, but one is only temporary.
For the long-term resolution of this issue, we really have two options. We could increase the server's physical memory to provide both Apache and Processor adequate memory for their tasks. Alternatively, we could move the processor to another server.
Since we know that this server has frequently killed the Apache service and the
processor job, it is likely that the memory on the system is simply too low for it to perform both these roles. By moving the
processor job ...