On 22/01/2008, Dieter Maurer <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Peter Bengtsson wrote at 2008-1-22 15:23 +0000:
> >Perhaps I'm wrong but I suspect that a Zope I'm running is dying because
> >of running out of threads.
> This is very unlikely. It may no longer respond when all its threads
> are working -- but it will not die for this reason.
By dying I don't mean crashing and stopping but instead staying up and
running but not responding to anything. Like a coma.
> Zope uses a worker thread pool (of size 4, by default),
> allocated quite early.
> It does not create further threads. It is therefore very unlikely
> that it hits a thread limit.
I'm just not certain if it's this. It seems highly related to MS SQL
connections but I could be wrong. The strange thing is, restarting the
MS SQL server might be (we're not certain) a solution to get Zope
My theory was that the threads get too attached to a network service
that doesn't time out or raise an error.
Sadly I can't reproduce it but the next time it happens I'll look at
both DeadlockDebugger and the Control_Panel Debug info if there are
any clues there.
Zope maillist - Zope@zope.org
** No cross posts or HTML encoding! **
(Related lists -