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
properly??
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
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> 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
netstat
> -m 
> output every 500ms? Maybe you can see mbufs being drained just before the

> system stops servicing syscalls.
> 
>
-- 
S pozdravom / Best regards
  Daniel Ger┼żo

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