I get the feeling this is some kind of socket lockup, I've developed
multi threaded socket servers in C before and I have seen similar
lockups. I may take a look at the Adapter code and see if the problem
Oliver Bock wrote:
> Hi John,
> I'm also experiencing a problem like this about once per day (but not
> reliably and not at the same time). Like yours it does not appear to
> be load related. I can't yet offer any help, but I thought you should
> know that you aren't alone! (RedHat 9, Python 2.2.2, the eternal
> Webware release: 0.81.)
> On 24/04/2004, at 06:40, John Goodyear wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> I've recently started to evaluate WebWare, and have noticed some
>> random lockups where the server stops responding.
>> I'm mainly using WW for XMLRPC when I CNTL-Z to kill the server
>> followed by "fg" I see additional "block" requests completing the
>> server is quite hard to kill after issuing a CNTL-C but several
>> CNTL-Z and fg's later it stops.
>> As I said its very random today for example I issued 30,000+ requests
>> with no lock and then other times 70 or so will lock the server.
>> My system is RD9 with Apache 2 build from source and the standard
>> Python 2.2 that ships with RH9. I had the same lockups more regular
>> with the the CGI adapter using the mod_ for Apache 2 as an adapter
>> significantly reduced lockups.
>> Has anyone else seen this behavior?
>> Apart from this WebWare is proving to be a kick-ass solution to my
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