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0.9.9: Constant "Errno 32" and throttling?

Jonathan
2009-07-26
2013-02-19
  • Jonathan
    Jonathan
    2009-07-26

    Hi, I'm using 0.9.9 under Ubuntu 9.04 with Python 2.6.2. When I upload files (anything much larger than a few meg each), I'm seeing this kind of thing a lot (see log clip below). So much so, I've had to set up a watchdog script to re-start my s3cmd sync command when it does this timeout stuff.

    What'd doubly odd is that I'm also using JungleDisk to back up stuff to a different bucket (not at the same time, mind you), but it doesn't report any problems - it only seems to be when I upload using s3cmd.

    WARNING: Upload failed: /Videos/agents.mpeg ([Errno 32] broken pipe)
    WARNING: Retrying on lower speed (throttle=0.01)
    WARNING: Waiting 3 sec...
    s3cmd failed at Sun Jul 26 09:30:01 BST 2009
    WARNING: Upload failed: /Videos/agents.mpeg ([Errno 32] Broken pipe)
    WARNING: Retrying on lower speed (throttle=0.01)
    WARNING: Waiting 3 sec...
    ERROR: S3 error: 400 (RequestTimeout): Your socket connection to the server was not read from or written to within the timeout period. Idle connections will be closed.

    Any clues would be welcome - it's taking me days to upload about 2Gigs of video clips.

    Jonathan

     
    • Jonathan
      Jonathan
      2009-07-26

      Incidentally, the files I'm uploading are between 1Mb and 30Mb and I'm on DSL of roughly 512Kb/s upstream.

       
    • Jonathan
      Jonathan
      2009-07-26

      Oh, and from time to time I also get the following soon after the above errors:

      ERROR: S3 error: 403 (RequestTimeTooSkewed): The difference between the request time and the current time is too large.
      File '/media/usb0/Videos/agents.mpeg' stored as 's3://xxxxx.com.media/Videos/agents.mpeg' (128933888 bytes in 4178.7 seconds, 30.13 kB/s) [1 of 29]
      s3cmd failed at Sat Jul 25 22:10:01 BST 2009

       
  • Jeff
    Jeff
    2009-12-04

    I get this error too. Unfortunately I'm using a VPS so I can't control the clock. All I can do is specify a timezone. Does anyone have a solution to this?