[Resin-interest] Limiting access to caucho-status

2009-02-06 Thread Ronan Lucio
Hi, Is there a way to limit access to site/caucho-status URL either per IP or per user/password? I read that it's suggested to disable it in production servers, but it has good information for monitoring servers. I think it would be nice to just limit accesses. Ronan

[Resin-interest] Apache issue

2009-02-06 Thread Ronan Lucio
Hi, I have a server with apache+resin-3.1.6 installed. Once in a while it have some performance issues. I have noted on that times: - theres is one (or two) httpd process consuming 200% (each process) from CPU - after some time (few hours) application gets almost unresponsive (most of request

Re: [Resin-interest] Apache issue

2009-02-09 Thread Ronan Lucio
Scott, Scott Ferguson escreveu: I have an open report on that issue, but haven't been able to reproduce it here under stress testing. Do you have any information in the logs suggesting something that might trigger this? (e.g. some connection issue on the Resin side.) It's really

Re: [Resin-interest] Limiting access to caucho-status

2009-03-06 Thread Ronan Lucio
David, david day escreveu: Is there a way to limit access to site/caucho-status URL either per IP or per user/password? Have you checked out Location directive? This works nicely. Location /caucho-status SetHandler default-handler Order Deny,Allow Deny from all Allow

[Resin-interest] caucho-status

2009-03-12 Thread Ronan Lucio
Hi, What exactly mean the numbers inside Pooled column in a caucho-status? When it should be 0/1/2? Thanks, Ronan ___ resin-interest mailing list resin-interest@caucho.com http://maillist.caucho.com/mailman/listinfo/resin-interest

Re: [Resin-interest] caucho-status

2009-03-12 Thread Ronan Lucio
Thank you Scott, Understood, Ronan Scott Ferguson escreveu: On Mar 12, 2009, at 12:06 PM, Ronan Lucio wrote: Hi, What exactly mean the numbers inside Pooled column in a caucho- status? When it should be 0/1/2? It's the number of idle connections from mod_caucho to Resin

[Resin-interest] Perf Issues

2009-03-20 Thread Ronan Lucio
Hi, We have had a perf issue. Our servers have 4Gb RAM. It has just Resin and Apache installed. The problem is, when I start Resin, the whole server uses about 2.5 Gb RAM After that memory usage keep growing til it reachs the 4Gb RAM, use swap and so on. After few hours the application start

Re: [Resin-interest] Perf Issues

2009-03-20 Thread Ronan Lucio
Scott, Scott Ferguson escreveu: The /resin-admin has a heap dump which will give you a general idea of what's taking the memory (you will need to add a -agentlib:resin to enable it. That heap information is very important because it will very quickly let you focus on the real issue.

Re: [Resin-interest] Perf Issues

2009-03-20 Thread Ronan Lucio
. If you are running SUN Java 6, you can use the jmap command to do a heap dump also. Jmap is available in Java 5 but it doesn't always produce a consistent heap dump. Bill On Fri, Mar 20, 2009 at 1:12 PM, Ronan Lucio lis...@tiper.com.br mailto:lis...@tiper.com.br wrote: Scott, Scott

Re: [Resin-interest] Perf Issues

2009-03-23 Thread Ronan Lucio
Stargazer, Stargazer escreveu: I have been suffering from exactly those symptoms for years. Do your httpd processes consume all the swap, with top showing some at 450Mb? (default httpd.conf values) I.e does restarting apache alone, and not resin, cause the swap to drop back down to normal

Re: [Resin-interest] Perf Issues

2009-04-01 Thread Ronan Lucio
Scott, Scott Ferguson escreveu: The /resin-admin has a heap dump which will give you a general idea of what's taking the memory (you will need to add a -agentlib:resin to enable it. That heap information is very important because it will very quickly let you focus on the real issue.

Re: [Resin-interest] Perf Issues

2009-04-01 Thread Ronan Lucio
Scott, Scott Ferguson escreveu: It depends on the caching in your system. What do the next few entries show? The difficulty with char[] and byte[] by themselves is that they're generally held by other objects like String or a cache. If you have a big cache, then that size could be

[Resin-interest] watchdog stop authentication failure

2009-05-06 Thread Ronan Lucio
Hi, Does anybody knows what can cause this error? --- [2009/05/06 16:18:16.552] watchdog stop authentication failure [2009/05/06 16:18:16.552] com.caucho.config.ConfigException: watchdog stop forbidden - authentication failed [2009/05/06 16:18:16.552] at

Re: [Resin-interest] watchdog stop authentication failure

2009-05-06 Thread Ronan Lucio
and start both again afterwards - then 'stop' should be working again. Best Regards, Steffen 2009/5/6 Ronan Lucio lis...@tiper.com.br mailto:lis...@tiper.com.br Hi, Does anybody knows what can cause this error? --- [2009/05/06 16:18:16.552] watchdog stop

[Resin-interest] lighttpd and nginx

2009-06-16 Thread Ronan Lucio
Hi, Does Resin works with lighttpd or nginx? Thanks, Ronan ___ resin-interest mailing list resin-interest@caucho.com http://maillist.caucho.com/mailman/listinfo/resin-interest

Re: [Resin-interest] lighttpd and nginx

2009-06-17 Thread Ronan Lucio
2009/6/16 Ronan Lucio lis...@tiper.com.br mailto:lis...@tiper.com.br Hi, Does Resin works with lighttpd or nginx? Thanks, Ronan ___ resin-interest mailing list resin-interest@caucho.com mailto:resin-interest@caucho.com

Re: [Resin-interest] lighttpd and nginx

2009-06-17 Thread Ronan Lucio
Hi Scott, Scott Ferguson escreveu: If you're looking at nginx for performance, you should benchmark Resin as a load-balancer as well, especially if you're using proxy caching. For 4.0, the performance numbers were fairly close (nginx slightly faster). Do you think Resin-4.0 is reliable

Re: [Resin-interest] lighttpd and nginx

2009-06-18 Thread Ronan Lucio
Understood Scott, thank you, Ronan Scott Ferguson escreveu: On Jun 17, 2009, at 6:14 AM, Ronan Lucio wrote: Hi Scott, Scott Ferguson escreveu: If you're looking at nginx for performance, you should benchmark Resin as a load-balancer as well, especially if you're using proxy

[Resin-interest] Metrics

2009-08-20 Thread Ronan Lucio
Hi, What metrics does Resin offer to measure system health? I'd like to store some data about system info for measurement and capacity planning. The problem is that the server with resin doesn't seem to show a real information. I used to see CPU as 3%, load as 0,8. How can I found out the

Re: [Resin-interest] Metrics

2009-08-21 Thread Ronan Lucio
Hi Alex, Perfect. Thank you very much, Ronan Alex escreveu: Hi Ronan, Luckily Emil has recently published a blog entry right on the topic: http://blog.caucho.com/?p=219 --Alex On 20-Aug-09, at 1:41 PM, Ronan Lucio wrote: Hi, What metrics does Resin offer to measure system health