Page request roundtrip time increases substantially after a bit of use

Eric Wong normalperson at yhbt.net
Mon Jan 24 19:11:07 EST 2011


Eric Wong <normalperson at yhbt.net> wrote:
> chris mckenzie <kristopolous at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > On the machine running rainbows if I do a netstat, I get this:
> > 
> > tcp        1      0 10.10.192.12:7788       10.10.131.165:17443     CLOSE_WAIT
> > tcp        1      0  10.10.192.12:7788       10.10.131.165:17352     CLOSE_WAIT
> > tcp        1    196 10.10.192.12:7788       10.10.131.165:17317     CLOSE_WAIT
> > tcp        1    196 10.10.192.12:7788       10.10.131.165:17310     CLOSE_WAIT
> 
>              ^ Strange that Send-Q is 1 across all those connections..
> 
> Did you see the machine/connection that ran curl in there?  How does
> hitting Rainbows! from localhost work?

One more thing, do you use Thread#{kill,exit,terminate}! or anything
that would prevent an ensure statement from firing and calling IO#close
on the client socket?

-- 
Eric Wong


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