mat999 at gmail.com
Fri Feb 1 14:06:46 UTC 2019
No I did not change the number of workers, or anything core.
The configuration change would have been related to a specific server block
(add/remove/update) as carried out by our tooling.
On Sat, Feb 2, 2019 at 1:04 AM Valentin V. Bartenev <vbart at nginx.com> wrote:
> On Friday 01 February 2019 11:04:50 Mathew Heard wrote:
> > Hi All,
> > Hit a rather strange issue today on a production service where during a
> > configuration reload (evident by the worker processes in the process of
> > being shutdown). During this reload a percentage of connections were not
> > getting accepted (and hence not processed). I was able to confirm that
> > of the processes were accepting the connections.
> > Our configuration includes the reuseport option so my theory was that for
> > some reason connections were still being routed to the shutting down
> > worker, which was not accepting new connections.
> > This has a striking resemblance to the HAProxy issues in previous years
> > with connections received during live configuration reloads.
> HAProxy case is irrelevant here, as nginx uses SO_REUSEPORT for another
> purpose and in a different way.
> > Software Versions:
> > nginx version: nginx/1.15.8
> > linux kernel: 4.9.2
> > Does anyone have an idea of where to look for this issue? Or have you see
> > anything like it before?
> > I am aware the kernel is a bit on the older side, anyone seen any
> > issues / patches?
> Have you changed the number of worker processes?
> If you're using SO_REUSEPORT and has decreased the number of workers,
> then it's expected that some connections will be lost on Linux during
> wbr, Valentin V. Bartenev
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