Uplading file via Lighttpd - system hangs
chris at cretaforce.gr
Tue Sep 23 16:11:19 UTC 2008
If you check top command, do you see lighttpd using 99% CPU ?
Also does both php and static content "hang" ?
If you have these symptoms the problem is the same. I use strace and
found that lighttpd doesn't accept more connections when this thing
> Hello guys,
> I have noticed today that I have another problem possibly related to this
> issue. I am running lighttpd+php-cgi in a jail on a 7.0-STABLE system as of
> Thu Aug 21 10:59:02 CEST 2008. The problem seems to be that lighttpd stops
> serving the pages, however I haven't had time to dig into this any more
> closer, but I have found out that there's a lot of connections to the
> lighty when it seems to be "dead". May be it does not close the connections
> The only common thing here is that that this jail is serving a page where a
> lot of image uploading happens.
> On Mon, 22 Sep 2008 19:04:41 +0200, Mel
> <fbsd.questions at rachie.is-a-geek.net> wrote:
> > On Monday 22 September 2008 18:11:05 Yury Michurin wrote:
> >> Well, I'm working now on creating memory dump. and send it forward for
> > more
> >> knowledgeable people,
> >> however, as you might notice, different people, with different hardware,
> >> and even different version 7.0 and 7.1,
> >> have the same problem.
> >> Even if lighttpd / php / some script / whatever misbehaves, system
> > should
> >> not be halted by such userland proccess.
> > I don't think it's halted, I think it's cluttered by invalid syscalls.
> > Secondly, any userland process can make the system unresponsive, by bad
> > coding. Just write /tmp and /var/tmp full. It's not so hard.
> > I don't think that's the case here though. Any of you guys logging
> > -m
> > output every 500ms? Maybe you can see mbufs being drained just before the
> > system stops servicing syscalls.
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