[Mongrel] Mongrel dying daily with Ruby 1.8.6
pete at nextengine.com
Wed Apr 4 12:29:35 EDT 2007
Yeah, I've been bitten by this one before too... in one of the
background processes I run. Now that background process bites
ActiveRecord every hour to keep it alive.
I've never had any trouble with activerecord losing it's connection
in the mongrel processes, but it sounds like it's possible. Maybe I
should have that background process contact each of the mongrels. Or
better yet, maybe I should look into how hard it would be to get
ActiveRecord to restore the connection.
On Apr 4, 2007, at 7:54 AM, Matt Zukowski wrote:
> Are you sure this isn't being caused by something unrelated to mongrel
> or ruby 1.8.6? We were having a similar problem a while ago and traced
> it down mysql closing its connection after 8 hours of inactivity
> (ActiveRecord, somewhat stupidly, does not attempt to reconnect the
> closed connection).
> Pete DeLaurentis wrote:
>> Hi guys,
>> I've been running mongrel for a while now with Ruby 1.8.4, and last
>> week upgraded to 1.8.6.
>> Since upgrading, each morning when I wake up there's a big problem:
>> 1. Accessing the site returns a "500 Internal Server Error"
>> 2. All the mongrel_rails processes are still running, but none of
>> them are active (when I run top)
>> 3. Lighttpd and pound are still running nicely
>> 4. There's plenty of free RAM
>> 5. There's plenty of free HD
>> 6. When I restart mongrel, it all starts working again
>> I haven't seen anything like this before. Does this sound familiar
>> to anyone?
>> Thanks for the help,
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