perlbal freezing on Redhat 9, Kernal 2.4.20-28.9
matt.clark06 at googlemail.com
Mon Jul 30 09:54:36 UTC 2007
From: Matthew Clark <matt.clark06 at googlemail.com>
Date: 30-Jul-2007 10:53
Subject: Re: perlbal freezing on Redhat 9, Kernal 2.4.20-28.9
To: Brad Fitzpatrick <brad at danga.com>
I'll check strace output next time it happens.. (I wouldn't run production
on 2.4.x either :) ) I am also now running Perlbal on a 2.6.9 kernel (RHEL
4.4) and seeing the same error messages in the output plus a new one.
Undef client-ip (Perlbal::ClientProxy=ARRAY(0x87819e8)) in assign_client.
Closing. at lib/PerlBal/BackendHTTP.pm line 247.
Use of uninitialized value in length at lib/Perlbal/ClientProxy.pm line 625.
Haven't had it freeze on this box yet but the usage is much lower.
On 30/07/07, Brad Fitzpatrick <brad at danga.com> wrote:
> I wouldn't run Perlbal in production on Linux 2.4.x. You want epoll, or
> you'll burn a lot of CPU with a lot of clients.
> But that shouldn't matter for testing. What's strace -p <pid> say when
> the process "hangs"?
> On Sun, 29 Jul 2007, Matthew Clark wrote:
> > Hi - has anyone had problems running perlbal on Redhat 9, Kernal
> > Perl version v5.8.5.
> > This is a fairly old box but we use it to test tools such as
> perlbal. We're
> > having some problems with perlbal freezing up and although it installed
> > I'm wondering if there are any dependecies I should be aware of?
> > As well as locking up, we see the following output:
> > Undef client-ip (Perlbal::ClientProxy=ARRAY(0x87819e8)) in
> > Closing. at lib/PerlBal/BackendHTTP.pm line 247.
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