[Dxspider-support] DXSpider freezes with latest CVS update
djk at tobit.co.uk
Wed Oct 2 12:30:25 BST 2002
Do you have any debug information?
When you say 'freezes' do you mean stops completely or is looping on
some data (do a watchdbg). There are still some kinds of protocol loop
that it cannot handle properly. They haven't happened to me yet :-;
I need more information before I can help you.
If you care to, one thing you can do is run the node under the perl
debugger (perl -d cluster.pl), ^C when it 'hangs' then do a 'T' and
maybe some 'n' commands and then send me the output (easy way to do that
is 'perl -d cluster.pl | tee /tmp/a' then 'mail -s hanging
djk at tobit.co.uk < /tmp/a'.
On Tue, 1 Oct 2002 13:06:58 -0700
Bob Nielsen <nielsen at oz.net> wrote:
> I did a CVS update late yesterday to build 57.094 and now DXSpider
> freezes after running normally for 15-35 minutes.
> Normally DXSpider uses less than 2 percent of the CPU, as reported by
> 'ps aux' or top. At the time it hangs, DXSpider ceases to communicate
> with the console (or any other connection) and CPU usage, as reported
> by 'ps aux' starts to slowly increase. After 15 minutes, CPU usage
> had risen to 40 percent. Strangely, as soon as it started to rise,
> top shows it at a nearly constant 85 percent(?). Memory usage did not
> increase, but stayed at 6.6 percent.
> I tried disabling MRTG, but that has no effect.
> DXSpider had run flawlessly for nearly six months with no problems
> prior to this.
> Celeron 1 GHz processor, 192 MB SDRAM (4 MB used for onboard video).
> Debian Linux "testing" distribution, perl 5.6.1.
> Any ideas?
> 73, Bob N7XY
> Bob Nielsen, N7XY n7xy at n7xy.net
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