fcntl(57, F_SETLK, …) means that the process is trying to take a lock on the file which is open on file descriptor 57. The error
EGAIN means that taking the lock failed because it's already taken by another process. The lock is specifically on the portion of the file from offset 1073741824 to offset 1073741825.
On Linux, you can use
lslocks to see what locks are being held. To find who has the lock that Apache is waiting for, you'll need to know what file it's on;
lsof -p $pid will tell you what file is open on fd 57.
Assuming that the process needs the lock to continue, it will not be responsive until whichever other process that has the lock releases it. The problem is not that a resource is not available and needs to be created, but that an existing resource is currently busy.