[Spread-users] unix domain socket in /tmp and diskfull
aditya at grot.org
Thu Apr 10 16:49:14 EDT 2003
On Thu, Apr 10, 2003 at 04:12:08PM -0400, Yair Amir wrote:
> You should move to 3.17.0 which solved these problems.
okay, I was avoiding that since I would have to upgrade all the daemons
So was the gstate: 3 thing due bugfix (7)? (from Readme.txt in 3.17.0_1):
6) Make sure service_type is set to 0 before using it in SP_receive calls
in sample programs (spuser, spflooder, simple_user).
7) Fix GGT bug where Spread gets stuck or crashes if you reach GGT state.
8) Fix Mem_Alloc blocks so they can be freed without assertion failure.
9) Fix hanging bug where token rotates, but ARU is stuck.
> On Thursday, April 10, 2003 3:47 PM
> Aditya Aditya aditya at grot.org wrote:
> Aditya> I just had a cascading failure of several webservers that all use spread to
> Aditya> log. The webservers became sluggish and unresponsive and I noticed that
> Aditya> nothing was being logged via spread. I use spread 3.16.2 on FreeBSD 4-STABLE.
> Aditya> This cluster of spread-enabled servers has been up and running for around 7
> Aditya> months without any spread problems...it's possible that in the last 3 weeks we
> Aditya> have been seeing a lot more traffic and consequently many more spread
> Aditya> messages...
> Aditya> Typically, running spmonitor yields something like:
> Aditya> Status at server1 V 3.16. 2 (state 1, gstate 1) after 2673 seconds :
> Aditya> for each spread daemon (== servers in my case).
> Aditya> however, when this problem occurred, all the spread daemons were in gstate 3,
> Aditya> ie:
> Aditya> Status at server1 V 3.16. 2 (state 1, gstate 3) after 12321 seconds :
> Aditya> Since stopping/starting individual spread daemons did not seem to change that,
> Aditya> I stopped all the spread clients, spread daemons and restarted them all and it
> Aditya> seems "okay" now. The only thing I can think of is that *after* I noticed all
> Aditya> the daemons in gstate 3, /tmp on one of the servers started complaining it was
> Aditya> full. The default spread socket is put in /tmp/4803 and that makes me
> Aditya> suspicious...
> Aditya> Any clues to what I should be looking for?
> Aditya> Thanks,
> Aditya> Adi
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