Can't create more than 494 threads
lagged at gmail.com
Fri Jun 2 13:18:45 CEST 2017
Good catch. Thanks for the details!
On Fri, Jun 2, 2017 at 3:49 AM, info at dubistmeinheld.de <
info at dubistmeinheld.de> wrote:
> On 01.06.2017 18:52, Jason Price wrote:
> > dimesg might help. log files should indicate if you're in an 'open
> > files limit' issue...
> You pointed me in the right direction regarding log files. Thanks!
> From syslog (only shown when starting varnish this error comes up, then
> it's omitted):
> kernel: [84513.627267] cgroup:
> fork rejected by pids controller in /system.slice/varnish.service
> Which led me to the solution to change systemd settings:
> This may also affect not only openSuSE distros in the future. Happy again!
> > On Thu, Jun 1, 2017 at 7:51 AM, info at dubistmeinheld.de
> > <mailto:info at dubistmeinheld.de> <info at dubistmeinheld.de
> > <mailto:info at dubistmeinheld.de>> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I'm using Varnish since a couple of years and I'm very satisfied.
> > you for the work!
> > Recently I setup a new server with Varnish 5.0. For some reasons,
> > threads_created is stuck at 494 and threads_failed increase every
> > second, even with no load (-s malloc,2G -p thread_pools=2 -p
> > thread_pool_min=250 -p thread_pool_max=2000 -p
> > thread_pool_fail_delay=2).
> > MAIN.threads 494 . Total number of
> > MAIN.threads_limited 0 0.00 Threads hit max
> > MAIN.threads_created 494 0.01 Threads created
> > MAIN.threads_destroyed 0 0.00 Threads destroyed
> > MAIN.threads_failed 356 0.01 Thread creation
> > I tried now for a couple of days to fix this issue and I'm looking in
> > the area of a kernel param. But I'm completely stuck on what's
> > causing it.
> > I would appreciate any help and pointing me into the right direction.
> > Best regards,
> > Jens
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