[Mongrel] Mongrels dying on FreeBSD 5.5-STABLE......why why why?
jgeiger at gmail.com
Tue Apr 3 16:19:23 EDT 2007
You should able to do a search for monit and mongrel on this list or
google and get more than enough.
On 4/3/07, subimage interactive <subimage at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > I recently moved one of my older Rails apps on a FreeBSD 5.5 box to
> > > as well. Everything runs quickly and wonderfully - when it's running! My
> > > problem is that over time each one of my 5 mongrel processes die.
> > > nothing in the mongrel.log telling me why they die. They just die.
> > You'll have to be more specific than that. "Die" could mean they crash
> > and the process goes away, or that the process stops responding to
> > requests. For the first kind you'll need to turn on core dumps and do
> > a gdb inspect after. With the second one you've gotta list out the
> > various gems you're using and when you find a dead mongrel then attach
> > to it with strace or gdb to find out where it's blocked.
> Die meaning, dead...process is crashed and gone. How do I turn on core
> dumps? This a mongrel switch?
> > > My question then is two-fold
> > >
> > > 1: Why are my mongrel processes dying? Where's the log information?
> > > 2: Can these guys be automatically restarted somehow???
> > Yes, monit works great, other folks like runit. There's a bunch of
> > tutorials for both.
> Got a good starting point (besides google) for running either with a
> Thanks for the quick response.
> seth at subimage interactive
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